Anderson Silva was on enemy ground on Saturday when he fought Michael Bisping. Now, his manager wants the rematch to be on his home turf.
Bisping won in an unanimous decision at the O2 Arena in London which was Silva's first decision loss since 2000. Silva called the decision "total corruption" and his manager suggests an immediate rematch in Brazil.
Silva's manager, Ed Soares, took to Instagram to voice his opinion:
"(Bisping) did show a lot of heart. Hats off to him. I don't agree with the decision but tell me what you think of this solution. Rematch in Brazil, if (Silva wins) we have the trilogy in Vegas?
The UFC is scheduled to return to Brazil on May 14. It's rumored that the event will take place in a soccer stadium in Curitiba, Brazil. Silva got his MMA start in Curitiba, but hasn't competed in the city since a first round knockout win over Roan Carneiro at Mecca 6 in January 2002.