With his legacy all but cemented as the best middleweight of all-time, what Anderson Silva should do next is a big question. Many would like to see a superfight with Georges St-Pierre or Jones, however Silva himself is stil adamant about a boxing bout with Roy Jones Jr.
"From a professional point of view, my goals have already been accomplished," Silva said. "I don't see any greater challenges in my career. I simply seek to be a better human being every day. I try to set a good example to those around me. That's what's most important to me. A fight with Jon Jones, with St-Pierre or even with Weidman won't change anything. The past has been written already."
So the superfights wouldn't personally mean much to him?
"I believe a fight against Roy Jones Jr. would be much better," he said. "... I think my legacy is already complete. I already fought around the world. I think I'm the only athlete in this sport who has four belts from four different promotions. I have the Cage Rage belt. I have the PRIDE belt from when I beat Dan Henderson in a unification bout. I also have the Shooto and UFC belts."
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