Chris Wademan announces media revival and promises to silence haters
Chris Wideman is not over yet.
After a severe defeat to Dominique Reyes in their 2019 heavyweight debut, former middleweight champions promise to return to their former controlling division and silence the enemy in the process.
Weidman updated his plan on a Friday Instagram post. See what the previous champion had to say next:
I have experienced the highest and lowest ups and downs in combat history.
I love my job and I think there are still great moments! I can’t wait to silence the asshole! Thanks to all those who have supported me during the ups and downs than you know. I am more motivated and know that the future is bright.
I would like to fight modestly in the MW section around April! -Instagram’s Chris Weidman.
Wideman is clearly excited about his future in the fight and is confident of his chances in the middleweight division, but will have to work hard to return to the title race.
The previous champion was a tough 1-5 in his last six games, and Kelvin Gasterm during losses due to detention against Luke Rockhold, Joel Romero, Gerard Musashi, Ronaldo “Jacare” Sousa and Reyes Long-awaited submission victory against Prior to these losses,
Wideman was undefeated and beat Anderson Silva by knockout to win a UFC middleweight title. He later defended the rematch with Silva, and the legendary Brazilian legends Lyoto Machida and Vitor Belfort.
What do you think the middleweight king Chris Wademan will be hosting in 2020? Who do you want to see fighting later?
My child still comes back after LHW fails, proving that hate is wrong
I have experienced the highest and lowest highs in my wrestling career.
I really like my job and I think there are still some great moments ahead! I am eager to silence all hatred! I thank all those who have supported me in the ups and downs of what you know, I’m more motivated than ever.
I know the future is bright. I hope we can book a fight in MW around April! – Chris Weidman from Instagram