Filed under: News , UFC , Videos Antonio Silva is trying to push a lot of important thoughts out of his mind ahead of what is arguably the most crucial contest of his career against Roy Nelson at UFC Fight Night 95. Silva (19-9-1 MMA, 3-6-1 UFC) has participated in more noteworthy fights over the years, upsetting top-stars such as Fedor Emelianenko and Alistair Overeem, and challenging for the UFC heavyweight title. However, the fight with Nelson (21-13 MMA, 8-9 UFC) comes during a 1-5-1 stretch for Silva. Another loss could be the official deathblow to his status as a UFC-worthy heavyweight

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Despite skid, UFC Fight Night 95′s Antonio Silva brushing off talk of retirement and damage taken – MMA Junkie

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