http://www.fightersonlymagazine.co.uk/news/viewarticle.php?id=2975 With speculation rife that Anderson Silva is looking at moving up from middleweight to light-heavyweight or even heavyweight, the Brazilian champion has stated that the 185lb division is his sole focus. "Middleweight class is my big deal and it’s the title I will keep. I haven’t got the intention to dispute the light-heavyweight belt. That’s up to Rogerio Minotouro," he reveals. "There are still some tough fighters at 185. I’d go up in class if Lyoto wasn’t the title holder and Minotouro wasn’t coming over. But today my problem is in my division where I want to finish my career, and that is what really matters." UFC president Dan White said after Silva’s demolition of Forrest Griffin at UFC 101 that the next middleweight title contender would be Dan Henderson, who would be getting a second crack at the title. Silva was visibly unimpressed with the announcement at the post-UFC 101 press conference but now says Henderson will be a tough opponent. "He’s a great challenge. If it happens again it will be an honour because he is a very good fighter and has been showing he deserves the title shot one more time," Silva says. "He’ll come over at me well-trained and I don’t want to be caught by surprise when I fight the best guys - and he is one of them, maybe the best of my division."