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Ask Wanderlei Silva your questions

We here at PRO MMA (promma.info) have set it up so mixed martial arts legend and current UFC fighter Wanderlei Silva (32-9-1) will answer your questions. Any questions you may have for “The Axe Muderer” just type in the comment box below. All we ask is that you be respectful. Other than that it is up to you.

Wanderlei is a true icon of the sport with wins over some of the biggest names in the game including Quinton Jackson, Dan Henderson, Sakuraba, Ricardo Arona, and Keith Jardine to name just a few. Wanderlei’s next fight will be against Rich Franklin at “UFC 99: The Comeback” in Cologne, Germany on June 13th.

Type in your questions after the jump…

(Editor’s Note: Due to his rigorous training schedule for his upcoming fight with Rich Franklin at UFC 99, Wanderlei has put on hold all interviews. However, his management has said Wanderlei will get the answers to your questions back to us between mid and late June which means it could be after his fight with Rich Franklin so keep that in mind when formulating your quetions.)

  • WarWand

    What weakness do you see in Rich Franklin’s game?

  • Dusty

    Does it bother you to still see highlights of your loss to Vitor Belfort at UFC-Ultimate Brazil and would you like a rematch at this point?

  • http://composta.net/versus Coyote

    ¿Hey Wand what is the toughest fight in all your career?
    ¿You like Mexico?
    ¿If you have the chance to change something on the MMA, what could it be?
    ¿If you dont were not a Fighter, what would you be?

    Thaks for all the fights Wanderlei, you have a lot of fans on Mexico. We hope you get the belt soon.

  • Bruno

    If you are in a fight and it becomes apparent that the gameplan that was prepared for the fight is not working, how easy is it to change gameplan during the fight? I’m thinking of the Liddell fight, where it seemed that Liddell’s reach advantage was a problem. In some of your early fights you used some great jiujitsu skills on the ground; are you thinking to maybe integrate that aspect more into your style?

    Thank you so much for the opportunity to ask these questions, and the very best of luck to you for your next fights, I’m a big fan of yours.

  • Fast Eddie

    Ask him if there is any possibility of a Chute Boxe team reunion. If not, what caused the split between Rudimar and the Chute Boxe fighters.

  • http://promma.info promma

    good news, the questions have been sent!!

  • richy mccabe

    Who is the toughest opponent you have ever faced?

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