Anderson Silva isn't to happy with the outcome at UFC Fight Night 84.
His opponent, Michael Bisping, was awarded the unanimous decision after five rounds in London, with all three judges scoring the contest 48-47, but "The Spider" believes he was robbed in Saturday night's main event.
Here's what he had to say, translated from Portuguese, after his first loss by decision in the UFC:
"Here’s the deal, you can’t win one way, they try to take it away the other way. That’s it. You saw how that went, right? So, there’s nothing left to say. I fought for you, and that’s it. Thank you for the support. My family, I’m coming back home, I’m fine. Mission accomplished, mission given, but sometimes it’s like in Brazil, total corruption."
Silva now dropped to 33-7 with one no-contest in his MMA career, going winless in his last four UFC bouts. Bisping, who remains unbeaten when fighting in England, improved to 28-7 with his third straight victory.
What did you think?
Did the judges get the decision right?