UFC: Anderson Silva gives a sick child a wonderful surprise

Eric Bolte-US PRESSWIRE

UFC middleweight champion, Anderson Silva, visits a sick child and surprises him with gifts. Faith in humanity is restored.

If the world ever needed another reason to love UFC middleweight champion, Anderson Silva, this video should be at the very top. You don't need to understand the Portuguese being spoken to grasp what is going on. A sick child is visited by the UFC star, resulting in a very emotional scene. I won't even lie. I cried right along with the little boy.

The video's dialogue was translated by Reddit user, GuerrillaPanda:

What's up, dude? How are you? Are you all right? Don't cry, let's get better. I'm right here. Let's get better quickly, ok?

He repeats himself sometimes, and then gives the boy the gift.

You need to do something very important for us; you have to try really hard to get better soon. Minotauro (Big Nog) had the same problem but is fighting again. I'm going to get in touch with his doctor and we'll see if he can help you too somehow. But you have to promise to try hard, and no crying ok? Promise me? Get better and we'll train together, all right?

If this doesn't touch your heart, nothing ever will. It's just one more reason to have hope for humanity.

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