Silva Lining Anderson Silva, 45, lost the final UFC battle when Urea Hall knocked the middleweight icon in an emotional farewell.

Anderson Silva emotionally bid farewell to the UFC after losing his last fight.

 

Silva Lining Anderson Silva, 45, lost the final UFC battle when Urea Hall knocked the middleweight icon in an emotional farewell.

The middleweight icon came close to three screens when he lost his last two bouts in the three-year course.

 

And the losing streak continued, as Silva was stopped’ in the Round Four against Oriya Hall.

 

Hall fell with a Brazilian right hook and ended the fight on the floor.

 

Afterward, Silva, 45, said: "You know, fighting is fighting.

 

"When you come in, you have fifty chances to referee and win. Today's urea is the best.

 

"He came to win the fight and I enjoyed my moment, you know? I think it's very difficult for us (fighters) to stop.

 

"And you know, but today is the last day. And I'm glad to be here.

 

"And here's my last show at the UFC for my fans. For the UFC family."

 

Silva made his UFC debut in 2006 and won the middleweight title the same year.

Hall stopped Silva in round four after landing a right hook


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