So if he has two fights left in his current contract, does that mean that this would be 10+2=12 or just 10 with a renegotiation for the last two? Either way I say it's a bad move on his part. I certainly don't want to see his last fights go the way of Fedor's. However I do love watching him fight, so it's kind of conflicting for me. Personally I'd like him to sign for another 5 fights on top of the two he's already contracted to fight. Seven fights 3 to 3 1/2 years, and he'll be what 41? Certainly a better time to renegotiate or retire depending on the circumstances. I seem to remember that Anderson has had a lot of surgeries in his last couple years, seems like he might have a lot harder time in his later years.