"I want to fight over six years, at least until I hit forty. This change of class was good, I had to re-educate myself on the food and I'm feeling pretty good about it,"
--Wanderlei Silva, 33, has seen better days in his career, but says that he isn't planning on retiring anytime soon.
Prior to dropping down from light heavyweight, "The Axe Murderer" had lost 5 out of his last 6 bouts, but he says having surgery and making the cut to middleweight has helped rejuvenate his career. The PRIDE legend impressed on his last fight when he defeated Michael Bisping, and now will look to stay unbeaten at his new weight class when he faces Yoshihiro Akiyama on UFC 116.