Joaquim Silva Joaquim Silva says he’s a fan of all the changes happening in MMA of late. From USADA drug testing to earlier weigh-ins and more, the Brazilian believes the sport is heading in a more professional direction. As a result of all these changes, Silva (8-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC), who fights Andrew Holbrook (11-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) at The Ultimate Fighter 23 Finale, said fighters are going to be forced to adjust methods of preparation. That means being ready to compete year-round rather than setting up long and grueling training camps once fight bookings are announced.

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TUF 23 Finale’s Joaquim Silva believes 3-month camps will vanish from MMA in the future – MMA Junkie

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