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Anderson Silva: "I think Lyoto won all five rounds"

Talking to Tatame after UFC 104, in which he joined Lyoto Machida's corner, Anderson Silva had the following to say about the fight: 

It was a competitive fight (...) Shogun fought in his rhythm and was very well prepared, he's very experienced, but Lyoto's technique is far superior and he won in an undeniable way. (...) This fight is in the past now, he's the champion, a great person, and a great athlete (..) In my opinion, he won all five rounds. Shogun had a nice strategy attacking the legs but it wasn't enough. It's not the trainers that decide the outcome of fights but the judges. Lyoto won well, now its time to get back to training as soon as possible.

Umm... I'm a HUGE Lyoto Machida fan, that guy is actually one of my heroes, but even I don't think he won all five rounds man, come on. Is this just the Spider trying to support his team mate?

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