Chael Sonnen and Anderson Silva is a rivalry that clearly isn't going to calm down any until the two men have their rematch. Sonnen gave Silva everything he could handle for the majority of their first fight before getting caught in a triangle choke and submitted late in the fifth round.
Since that point we've had fans and Sonnen clamor for a rematch while Silva's camp has seemingly done everything they can to say that Sonnen should be at the back of the line. Anderson though has said that he will fight whoever the UFC tells him to fight and UFC president Dana White has said that the two will need to rematch.
Recently Silva said that if Chael wants the rematch they can do the fight in Brazil and now Sonnen took to Twitter to say he'll travel for the fight if needed:
The talk of the rematch has only heated up since Sonnen dominated Brian Stann and made a challenge for Silva where if Chael won, Anderson would have to leave the light heavyweight division. In return for accepting those terms, Chael said he would retire if he lost the fight.
Sonnen says the timeframe to accept those terms has expired but that he still demands the rematch. Chael has also taken to publicly calling himself "the champion" at every opportunity.
It remains to be seen if the UFC would actually put on Sonnen vs. Silva in Brazil given the myriad of insults Chael has lobbed at the entire nation and its fighters.