Las Vegas, NV – UFC lightweight Jean Silva left nothing to chance during his training camp as he described the detail his team went into in preparing for Westin Wilson at UFC Vegas 84.
“It wasn’t a prediction. We trained this. We trained a lot of things and we knew what was going to happen. We knew how he was going to walk, we know how he was going to approach how he wasn’t going to touch gloves or anything like that,” Silva told reporters including Cageside Press through a translator at his post-fight scrum.
“Nothing is a coincidence. We trained everything.”
With the sort of detail he trained with nothing really surprised the Brazilian in the cage.
“Nothing. We knew everything. We knew everything. Everything that we predicted happened. He couldn’t even bring himself to look into my eyes we even knew that,” he said.
Silva put on a show for the entire time he was at the APEX. Even his walkout drew interest as he chose to walk slow, seemed to take it all in, almost like he was the main character of a movie.
It drew a lot of interest from fans on social media.
“I’m going to apologize for not knowing how to answer this. I’ve said this before. It’s another person. It’s someone else. I’ve given a name to my alter-ego that’s why ‘Lord Assassin” came about,” Silva said.
“It’s another person.”
Watch the entire post-fight scrum with Jean Silva above.