Unless Anderson fights himself, there isn't anyone who can really dominate him the way he dominated Okami.
So who can beat Anderson? Human or non-human?
Here are five fictional characters that could make for an entertaining match.
Honestly at this point, the only person who seems likely to beat Anderson Silva is a cyborg from the future whose sole mission in life is to destroy one human being.
Luckily for Silva, he isn't John Connor and he isn't leading a human resistance against his robot oppressors.
Still, how awesome would it be to see Silva fight the Arnold Schwarzenegger version of the Terminator?
There seems to be no weakness in the Terminator, unless you're a mail carrier played by Sinbad. Then you can come close to thwarting Schwarzenegger.
In reality, this is a fight that can actually happen. The actor who plays the White Power Ranger, Jason David Frank, is actually an MMA fighter but fights at heavyweight.
Looking at it though, there is probably little to no shot Frank would be able to pull out the W.
Unless he uses his Saba and is able to summon his Tigerzord. Then that thing will go to town on Silva.
I think the shock here is that I actually remember all the Power Ranger lingo.
When they aren't scarfing down pizza and doing whatever is that they do in their spare time, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are battling it out against the forces of the evil Shredder.
Using their martial arts, they defeat these forces 11 out of 10 times—that extra time is because sometimes they beat the bad guys so bad they do it twice.
Now if we were to throw in the Turtles against Anderson Silva you have to ask yourself a couple of questions:
Are weapons allowed?
Should they all fight him at the same time?
Hey, like Forrest Griffin mentioned the idea last night at the press conference, maybe Silva should fight two or more people at the same time.
I think this could be Silva's match after all they are heroes AND they're green.
Texas Ranger, Cordell Walker, is known for being a pretty awesome and unbeatable human being. Walker is Chuck Norris, after all.
This would be pretty epic seeing as it would be Chuck Norris vs. someone who was taught by Steven Seagal.
Bad news for Anderson Silva though, Chuck Norris doesn't lose, he just allows you to win.
This is probably my favorite movie of all-time and Liam Neeson in this movie is about as unbeatable as possible.
What I'm afraid of for Silva is Neeson's particular set of skills. Neeson goes out of his way to find his daughter, causes anarchy in France and successfully kills more than a dozen people in that movie.
In fact in one scene Neeson successfully kills at least five guys sitting in the same room as him using nothing more then his hands and a couple bullets.
Neeson displays some excellent hand-to-hand combat in this movie—his character is a former CIA agent and very well trained—and would make for an excellent matchup if Silva somehow managed to kidnap Neeson's daughter and hide her in France somewhere.