In June, UFC legend Anderson Silva returned to the boxing ring for the first time in more than 15 years, defeating former middleweight world champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. Silva is now ready for his next boxing match, but he doesn’t have the level idea to fight against many opponents. The Brazilian will face former UFC light heavyweight champion Tito Ortiz in the 195-pound heavyweight competition.Fight is First reported by MMA Fighting And confirm Mixed martial arts fans.
The game will be held on September 11 as part of Oscar De La Hoya’s return to the game against another former UFC star Vitor Belfort. This card took place at the Staples Center in Los Angeles and was shown by the social media company Triller, which has launched several “unique” battle cards that mix strange matches and musical performances.
Silva, 46, ended his UFC career in October 2020 after losing to Uriah Hall. Hall’s defeat ended a period of Silva’s career. The Brazilian superstar won the first 16 games of the octagonal cage and set a record during his reign as a middleweight champion with a 1-7 The score slipped. He returned to boxing to face Chavez and scored a split decision victory in a fight that Silva clearly should have won on all three scorecards. This match was Silva’s first boxing match since August 2005, when Silva won his first victory in the sport after his debut in 1998.
The 46-year-old Ortiz participated in the UFC for the last time in July 2012. He continued to fight for Bellator, Combate Americas, and staged a mixed martial arts event in a short-lived Golden Boy promotion. Recently, Ortiz was elected to the Huntington Beach, California city council, briefly serving as mayor pro tempore before resigning after less than six controversy-plagued months in office.
Among the various anti-mask and anti-vaccine rants on social media, Ortiz expressed on Twitter that he will Fishing With the social media star turned boxer Logan Paul.