Anderson Silva may have been knocked out by Chris Weidman this weekend at UFC 162, but when it comes to making odds for a possible rematch, the people in the know are still picking Anderson Silva over UFC Middleweight Champion Chris Weidman. The lines have opened up on the possible fight with Anderson at -134 and Weidman at +160, which is still closer than the last fight closed at, which had Anderson Silva at around -220.
What do you think? While Anderson didn’t seem to care for a rematch, Weidman will not be a PPV draw just yet, with UFC 162 being his first PPV main card appearance within the UFC. It took years for Anderson Silva to become a PPV draw and the UFC will definitely be pushing for a rematch between the two as they are a sporting organization, they are still looking to make the most money possible and sell the most PPVs and Chris Weidman is not there yet.