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"Right before he walked out, I said, 'Stay away from him for the first two or three minutes. Just kind of get him frustrated and then fake low and come high and do that kick that I've been teaching you and kick him in the head or the face.' He did exactly what I said and exactly what I wanted to happen, happened, and I was very proud of him."
According to action movie star and mixed martial arts aficionado Steven Seagal, we can all thank him for the overall brilliant performance executed by UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva last night (Feb. 5) against Vitor Belfort in the main event of UFC 126 in Las Vegas, Nevada. "The Spider" keeps finding new and interesting ways of decimating his opponents, from his back elbow KO of Tony Fryklund to his backing away knockout jab of Forrest Griffin. Add a front kick special to the list, which is apparently a move Seagal learned in Japan and has spent "30 to 40 years" perfecting. What do you think, Maniacs? Do we really have a 58-year old man to thank for one of the most spectacular knockouts in UFC history?