by Gareth Davies - Anderson Silva delivered a clear message that he can fight in weight divisions 20lbs apart simultaneously when he knocked out James Irvin in 61 seconds at the UFC Fight Night at the Palms, Las Vegas this morning." /> Telegraph - Anderson Silva destroys James Irwin in one minute demolition | UFC ® - News
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Telegraph - Anderson Silva destroys James Irwin in one minute demolition

by Gareth Davies - Anderson Silva delivered a clear message that he can fight in weight divisions 20lbs apart simultaneously when he knocked out James Irvin in 61 seconds at the UFC Fight Night at the Palms, Las Vegas this morning.
Anderson Silva delivered a clear message that he can fight in weight divisions 20lbs apart simultaneously when he knocked out James Irvin in 61 seconds at the UFC Fight Night at the Palms, Las Vegas this morning.

Silva, regarded as the most complete mixed martial artist in the world at present, had stepped up from middleweight to light heavyweight for the contest.
UFC champion Anderson Silva destroys James Irwin in one minute demolition
King of the Octagon: Anderson Silva toasts his 61-second victory with UFC fans

Silva’s power, precision and timing were devastating. "Does anybody doubt now who the pound-for-pound best fighter in the world is?" Dana White, the UFC president, said rhetorically.

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