Anderson Silva has thrown doubt over whether he will complete all ten fights in the new deal he was offered with UFC.

The greatest fighter to ever take part in the sport, Silva signed the new contract in April, but at the age of 38 already it would see him fighting well into his 40’s if he was to complete it.

And the Brazilian fighter has said that he has other things that he wants to achieve, including fighting heralded boxer Roy Jones JR.

Speaking at a press-conference for the upcoming UFC 162 event, where he will fight the undefeated Chris Weidman, he said: “Everything is a possibility, but it's really going to come down to my willpower and my desire to still be fighting.

“I have a lot of other things that I want to do, a lot of other desires, and one of those is fighting Roy Jones, but we're just going to have to see how things work out in the next few fights and how I feel."

The Spider has set many records during his time in UFC, including winning 16 fights in a row, and when he does eventually retire it will be a major blow for the sport.


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