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With UFC future uncertain, Bigfoot Silva may find himself at home with RIZIN in Japan

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) heavyweight smashing machine, Antonio Silva, continues to struggle inside the Octagon, dropping three straight and five of his last six. That includes last weekend’s knockout loss to Roy Nelson (watch it). Not surprisingly, Silva’s manager (via MMA Junkie) expects “Bigfoot” to receive his walking papers at some point over the next few weeks, just as he also expects the Brazilian to continue his career on the international circuit.
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