Anderson’s manager Ed Soares talks about the future of his career:
“I think the important thing is to really create the biggest fights possible …. I think Anderson’s got a good two, three years probably. He’s got a good eight or nine fights probably left in him for sure, maybe more. He doesn’t take too much damage, and the fact that he doesn’t take damage in the fights, it’s really more or less the training.” [MMAWeekly]
No damage is right, its hard to remember the last time I seen Anderson with some battle wounds. Anderson takes on fellow Brazilian Vitor Belfort at UFC 112 in Abu Dhabi, followed by a expected title defense against the winner of Marquardt vs Sonnen.