Via The Underground, here is a quote from Anderson Silva's new biography on a incident that took place a while back in Brazil: Silva was making his living teaching jiu-jitsu classes and Cordeiro didn't want him to continue. They had a heated argument in which Anderson was slapped on the face. Afterwards, Anderson went to a place where Cordeiro was, accompanied by two men, and held a shotgun while he waiting for the coach to return. His two companions apparently lost their nerve and talked Anderson out of the action, making him give up on his intent. Today Anderson and Rafael are great friends and Silva even trains with the master sometimes when he is in Los Angeles. But the publication of the book created some repercussions, because Anderson had never told his friend about the incident. "I did not tell him, I think he'll have to read the book. I ended up going to the site because my son said 'Dad, did you see that at portal ta? They are saying that you were trying to kill Rafael.' I said 'cool, let me see what it is and then I'll call you.' But I speak the truth in the book. It was a stage in my life that I had nothing and only the gift that God gave me to teach and I almost did a foolish thing." And Chael thought of himself as a "gangster"? Psh.