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[VIDEO] Wanderlei Silva Discusses KO Win & Career at UFC on Fuel 8 Post Press Conference

(Video courtesy of the UFC’s Youtube channel)

“I don’t know what happens in Japan, but makes me feel young again.” Wanderlei Silva returned to the scene of his many glorious crimes last night at UFC on Fuel 8, knocking out Brian Stann in the second round of their main event bout.

At the post-event press conference, a proud and happy Wanderlei reflected on his win, his career and looked towards an uncertain future. Wanderlei reigned supreme in the now defunct Japanese Pride Fighting Championships organization for years but had not fought in his adopted professional home since 2006.

“I’m happy to make a good fight. Brian Stann is a tough opponent…this victory is for my fans, who give support to mem” he continued at the post-presser.

“I don’t have words for how happy I am right now. This job is a tough job. After so many years of fighting, every time it is harder to do that.”

Watch and listen to everything else Wanderlei and other UFC on Fuel 8 fighters had to say last night after the action.

- Elias Cepeda

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ArmFarmer- March 4, 2013 at 6:26 am
Happy Wanderlei won, sad that Stann lost. Still, if I could change it I wouldn't have it go any other way. They delivered exactly what we expected and then some. Great fight, and I doubt either of their jobs will be in danger anytime soon.
Thumblaster- March 3, 2013 at 3:24 pm
So happy wanderlei won, always love watching him fight, seeing him back in japan brought back images of the ax murderer soccer kicking in sakuraba's clavicle and smileing as he knee's rampages face through the ropes you gotta love seeing wanderlei square up and go rockem sockem robots.