He speaks the truth, but I think there are some situations in a fight, in which Silva is unstoppable and a fighter like Weidman should acknowledge that, before the rematch. Some fighters lose focus for a second against Silva and I think he is a master at detecting such moments. Anderson takes advantage very quickly, when he spots those moments thanks to his advanced striking and speed. Weidman came prepared in the first fight, he paid attention throughout it and he won when he capitalized after Silva's clowning moments. That doesn't make Weidman way better than Silva and he needs to stay very focused like in the first fight, because Silva can make the rematch very ugly for the new champ just like that. Focus, Chris-kun, focus!