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"The Axe Murderer"

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Wanderlei Silva

"The Axe Murderer" Wanderlei Silva

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  • Given Name: Wanderlei César da Silva
  • Professional MMA Record: 35-12-1, 1 NC (Win-Loss-Draw)
  • Nickname: The Axe Murderer
  • Current Streak: 1 Win
  • Age: 38 | Date of Birth: 1976.07.03
  • Last Fight: March 02, 2013 in UFC
  • Weight Class: Light Heavyweight | Last Weigh-In: 204.0 lbs
  • Affiliation: Wand Fight Team
  • Height: 5'11" (181cm) | Reach: 74.0" (188cm)
  • Career Disclosed Earnings: $1,470,000 USD
  • Born: Curitiba, Parana, Brazil
  • Fighter Pages: Sherdog  |  Wikipedia  |  The UG  |  UFC.com
  • Fighting out of: Las Vegas, Nevada
  • Personal Pages: Twitter  |  Facebook  |  Official Site

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The legendary “Axe Murderer” Wanderlei Silva began fighting professionally in 1996 in his birth country of Brazil, participating in dangerous Vale Tudo-style bare knuckle contests which seasoned him to the worst of MMA violence at a relatively young age. Silva honed his trademark ferocity in those almost-no-holds-barred early matches, where headbutts, groin shots and other extreme tactics were permitted.


After racking up wins in smaller promotions, Silva started building one of the most impressive legacies in the history of the sport when he debuted for the Japan-based Pride Fighting Championships in 1999. Silva would go on to become one of its biggest stars. “The Axe Murderer” embarked on an extraordinary 18-fight unbeaten streak stretching from 2000-2004, finishing 14 of the fights by knockout or TKO and winning and repeatedly defending the Pride 205 lb. Championship in the process. He was criticized for the frequency of “hand picked,” second-tier Japanese fighters padding the multi-year winning streak, but Silva's definitive wins over Dan Henderson, Ricardo Arona and Quinton Jackson in Pride cannot be discounted.


A Muay Thai wrecking machine, Wanderlei Silva was without question the most feared striker in all of MMA during his legendary run in Pride FC. Combining a vicious Thai Clinch with superior reflexes, superb conditioning and an extremely aggressive fighting style, Silva literally tore his way through the majority of the best fighters in his weight class for almost a decade. His multiple victories over Kazushi Sakuraba and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson were perhaps the height of his legacy.


Shortly after the collapse of Pride in 2007, a slimmed-down Silva moved to the UFC and competed against some of the biggest names in the United States, including Chuck Liddell, Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, Rich Franklin, and Michael Bisping.


Once trained at the legendary Curitiba-based Chute Boxe Academy famed for its unique brand of violent aggression, Silva now trains out of a gym he owns and operates in Las Vegas, Nevada. He has publicly stated that he plans on fighting until he physically cannot continue to do so in order to please his loyal fan base. As he increasingly assumes the role of elder statesman, Silva remains one of MMA’s most beloved fighters. "The Axe Murderer" was given to Wanderlei Silva by the way he defeat his opponents with the knees. Wanderlei Silva has another nickname, he is known as "Cachorro Louco"(Crazy dog) in Brazil because of the way he defeated his opponents.


After a 17 month layoff Silva returned at UFC 132 in a much anticipated fight against Chris 'The Crippler' Leben, losing in the first round via knockout. At UFC 139 Silva would welcome the exciting/unorthodox striker Cung Le to the octagon. In a Fight of the Night performance Silva would go on to defeat Cung Le in the second round via TKO using knees and following it up with punches on the ground. Silva then hosted the first season of TUF Brazil alongside Vitor Belfort. The two were set to have  their rematch at UFC 147. Due to a broken hand suffered by Belfort the fight was called off, but Silva would have another rematch as a replacement. He would fight Rich Franklin, the two had fought 3 years earlier with Franklin picking up the decision win. In the rematch after nearly finishing Franklin in round 2 Silva would have another Fight of the Night performance, but would again lose to Franklin via unanimous decision. In an October interview with Sherdog, Silva stated that he would be open to going up in weight in 2013, whether it be a catchweight or a light heavyweight bout.


At UFC on FUEL TV 8, Wanderlei Silva made his much anticipated return to Japan, a country that has treated him extremely well in the past. He headlined the card against another slugger, Brian Stann. Both guys had been competing at MW in their last few outings, but this fight took place at Light Heavyweight. In a back and forth fight Silva was eventually able to TKO Stann in the second round proving he still has the finishing power he is known for. Silva also won Knockout of The Night and Fight of the Night for his efforts.


Silva would be a coach opposite Chael Sonnen for The Ultimate Fighter Brazil 3. The two have had heated confrontations already and should make for an entertaining bout when they finally meet up (after 2 cancelled bouts) at UFC 175: Weidman vs. Machida on July 5th, 2014.


Last updated 04.11.2014, 8:53 AM ET
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Record by Year and By Promotion

Pro Results Opponent Event Date
Cancelled Bout Chael Sonnen UFC 175 2014.07.05
Reason: Silva Skipped Medicals
Cancelled Bout Chael Sonnen UFC UFN 2014.05.31
Reason: Bout Rescheduled
Cancelled Bout Chael Sonnen UFC 173 2014.05.24
Reason: Bout Rescheduled
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
4:08 Round 2 of 5, 9:08 Total

Brian Stann
34-12-1 12-5-0

UFC on FUEL TV 8: Silva vs. Stann
Main Event | Light Heavyweight | 93 kg

2013.03.02
Odds: +260 (Moderate Underdog) Upset Victory | Disclosed Pay: $100,000 ($50K Fight/Night, $50K KO/Night) | Weigh-In: 204.0 lbs | Referee: Marc Goddard
#34 Greatest Fight of All Time
#21 Greatest Light Heavy MMA Fight of All Time
#2 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2013
#5 Best MMA Knockout of the Year 2013
UFC on FUEL TV 8 Fight of the Night
UFC on FUEL TV 8 Knockout of the Night
Loss | Decision | Unanimous
5 Rounds, 25:00 Total

Rich Franklin
34-11-1 28-6-0

UFC 147: Silva vs. Franklin 2
Main Event | Catchweight | 190 lbs

2012.06.23
Odds: +120 (Near Even) | Disclosed Pay: $65,000 Fight/Night | Weigh-In: 188.0 lbs | Referee: Mario Yamasaki
#21 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2012
UFC 147 Fight of the Night
Cancelled Bout Vitor Belfort UFC 147 2012.06.23
Reason: Belfort Broken Hand
Win | KO/TKO | Strikes
4:49 Round 2 of 3, 9:49 Total

Cung Le
33-11-1 7-1-0

UFC 139: Shogun vs. Henderson
Co-Main Event | Middleweight | 185 lbs

2011.11.19
Odds: +175 (Slight Underdog) | Disclosed Pay: $270,000 ($200K Base, $70K Fight/Night) | Weigh-In: 185.0 lbs | Referee: Dan Stell
#98 Greatest Fight of All Time
#13 Greatest Middleweight MMA Fight of All Time
#21 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2011
#36 Best MMA Knockout of the Year 2011
#38 Greatest Comeback of All Time
UFC 139 Fight of the Night
Loss | KO/TKO | Punches
0:27 Round 1 of 3

Chris Leben
33-10-1 21-7-0

UFC 132: Cruz vs Faber II
Co-Main Event | Middleweight | 185 lbs

2011.07.02
Odds: -200 (Moderate Favorite) Upset Defeat | Disclosed Pay: $200,000 Base | Weigh-In: 186.0 lbs | Referee: Josh Rosenthal
#80 Greatest Knockout of All Time
#10 Best MMA Knockout of the Year 2011
Cancelled Bout Yoshihiro Akiyama UFC 116 2010.07.03
Reason: Silva Knee/Rib Injury
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Michael Bisping
32-10-1 18-2-0

UFC 110: Nogueira vs. Velasquez
Co-Main Event | Middleweight | 185 lbs

2010.02.20
Odds: -208 (Moderate Favorite) | Weigh-In: 184.8 lbs | Referee: Josh Rosenthal
#12 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2010
#7 Greatest Middleweight MMA Fight of All Time
Loss | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Rich Franklin
32-9-1 26-4-0

UFC 99: The Comeback
Main Event | Catchweight | 195 lbs

2009.06.13
Odds: +132 (Slight Underdog) | Disclosed Pay: $60,000 Fight/Night | Weigh-In: 194.0 lbs | Referee: Mario Yamasaki | Walkout Music: Darude - Sandstorm
#15 Best MMA Fight of the Year for 2009
UFC 99 Fight of the Night
Loss | KO/TKO | Punch
3:21 Round 1 of 3

Quinton Jackson
32-8-1 28-7-0

UFC 92: The Ultimate 2008
Main Card | Light Heavyweight | 205 lbs

2008.12.27
Odds: -136 (Slight Favorite) | Disclosed Pay: $200,000 Base | Weigh-In: 203.0 lbs | Referee: Yves Lavigne
#20 Greatest Knockout of All Time
UFC 92 Knockout of the Night
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
0:36 Round 1 of 3

Keith Jardine
31-8-1 14-3-1

UFC 84: Ill Will
Co-Main Event | Light Heavyweight | 205 lbs

2008.05.24
Odds: -163 (Slight Favorite) | Disclosed Pay: $225,000 ($150K Base, $75K KO/Night) | Weigh-In: 205.0 lbs | Referee: Steve Mazzagatti
#65 Greatest Knockout of All Time
UFC 84 Knockout of the Night
Loss | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Chuck Liddell
31-7-1 20-5-0

UFC 79: Nemesis
Co-Main Event | Light Heavyweight | 205 lbs

2007.12.29
Odds: -143 (Slight Favorite) | Disclosed Pay: $200,000 ($150K Base, $50K Fight/Night) | Weigh-In: 205.0 lbs | Referee: Herb Dean
#5 Greatest Fight of All Time
#3 Greatest Light Heavy MMA Fight of All Time
UFC 79 Fight of the Night
Loss | KO/TKO | Punches
2:08 Round 3 of 5, 12:08 Total

Dan Henderson
31-6-1 21-5-0

Pride 33: The Second Coming
Main Event | Title Defense | Middleweight | 205

2007.02.24
Odds: -275 (Moderate Favorite) Upset Defeat | Disclosed Pay: $150,000 Base | Weigh-In: 205.0 lbs | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#47 Greatest Fight of All Time
#28 Greatest Knockout of All Time
#16 Greatest Light Heavy MMA Fight of All Time
Cancelled Bout Chuck Liddell UFC 65 2006.11.18
Reason: Dispute Between UFC/Pride
Loss | KO/TKO | Kick
5:26 Round 1 of 2

Mirko Filipovic
31-5-1 19-4-2

Pride Final Conflict Absolute
Main Card | Tournament Semifinal

2006.09.10
Odds: +140 (Slight Underdog) | Weigh-In: 225.1 lbs | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#64 Greatest Fight of All Time
#23 Greatest Knockout of All Time
#14 Greatest Heavyweight MMA Fight of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Strikes
9:21 Round 1 of 2

Kazuyuki Fujita
30-5-1 13-4-0

Pride Critical Countdown Absolute
Main Card | Tournament Quarterfinal

2006.07.01
Odds: -232 (Moderate Favorite) | Weigh-In: 220.0 lbs | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | Decision | Split
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Ricardo Arona
29-5-1 12-3-0

Pride Shockwave 2005
Main Card | Title Defense | Middleweight | 93 kg

2005.12.31
Odds: -175 (Slight Favorite) | Weigh-In: 205.0 lbs | Referee: Daisuke Noguchi
Loss | Decision | Unanimous
2 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Ricardo Arona
29-4-1 11-2-0

Pride Final Conflict 2005
Main Card | Tournament Semifinal | 93 kg

2005.08.28
Odds: -210 (Moderate Favorite) Upset Defeat | Weigh-In: 205.0 lbs | Referee: Daisuke Noguchi
#71 Biggest Upset of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
5:24 Round 1 of 2

Kazuhiro Nakamura
28-4-1 6-3-0

Pride Critical Countdown 2005
Main Event | Tournament Quarterfinal | 93 kg

2005.06.26
Odds: -700 (Huge Favorite) | Weigh-In: 205.0 lbs | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | Decision | Split
2 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Hidehiko Yoshida
27-4-1 4-2-1

Pride Total Elimination 2005
Main Event | Tournament Round of 16 | 93 kg

2005.04.23
Odds: -285 (Moderate Favorite) | Weigh-In: 205.0 lbs | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Loss | Decision | Split
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Mark Hunt
27-3-1 1-1-0

Pride Shockwave 2004
Main Card | Heavyweight

2004.12.31
Weigh-In: 203.0 lbs | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#58 Biggest Upset of All Time
Cancelled Bout Kazushi Sakuraba Pride SW 2004 2004.12.31
Reason: Sakuraba Withdrew
Win | KO/TKO | Knees
3:26 Round 2 of 3, 13:26 Total

Quinton Jackson
26-3-1 21-4-0

Pride 28: High Octane
Main Event | Title Defense | Middleweight | 93 kg

2004.10.31
Odds: -155 (Slight Favorite) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
#14 Greatest Fight of All Time
#7 Greatest Knockout of All Time
#4 Greatest Light Heavy MMA Fight of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Kicks
2:46 Round 1 of 3

Yuki Kondo
25-3-1 42-13-5

Pride Final Conflict 2004
Main Card | Middleweight | 93 kg

2004.08.15
Referee: Minoru Toyonaga
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
1:09 Round 1 of 2

Ikuhisa Minowa
24-3-1 23-18-8

Pride Bushido 2
Main Event | Middleweight | 93 kg

2004.02.15
Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | Decision | Unanimous
2 Rounds, 15:00 Total

Hidehiko Yoshida
22-3-1 3-0-0

Pride Final Conflict 2003
Main Card | Tournament Semifinal | 93 kg

2003.11.09
Odds: -500 (Heavy Favorite) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | KO/TKO | Knees
6:28 Round 1 of 2

Quinton Jackson
22-3-1 18-3-0

Pride Final Conflict 2003
Main Event | Tournament Finals | 93 kg

2003.11.09
Referee: Yuji Shimada
#57 Greatest Fight of All Time
#18 Greatest Light Heavy MMA Fight of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Punch
5:01 Round 1 of 3

Kazushi Sakuraba
21-3-1 14-6-1

Pride Total Elimination 2003
Main Event | Tournament Quarterfinal | 93 kg

2003.08.10
Odds: -775 (Huge Favorite)
#77 Greatest Knockout of All Time
#28 Greatest Light Heavy MMA Fight of All Time
Win | KO/TKO | Retired
3:40 Round 1 of 3

Hiromitsu Kanehara
20-3-1 15-9-1

Pride 23: Championship Chaos 2
Main Event | Title Defense | Middleweight | 93 kg

2002.11.24
Odds: -500 (Heavy Favorite) | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | KO/TKO | Strikes
1:16 Round 1 of 3

Tatsuya Iwasaki
19-3-1 0-0-0

Pride Shockwave
Main Card | Light Heavyweight

2002.08.28
Weigh-In: 209.4 lbs | Referee: Yuji Shimada
Draw | Decision
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Mirko Filipovic
19-3-0 2-0-1

Pride 20: Armed and Ready
Main Event | Heavyweight

2002.04.28
Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | KO/TKO | Punch
2:28 Round 2 of 3, 12:28 Total

Kiyoshi Tamura
18-3-0 23-8-3

Pride 19: Bad Blood
Main Card | Title Defense | Middleweight | 93 kg

2002.02.24
Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | KO/TKO | Injury
2:22 Round 3 of 3, 17:22 Total

Alexander Otsuka
17-3-0 2-8-0

Pride 18: Cold Fury 2
Main Card | Heavyweight

2001.12.23
Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | KO/TKO | Injury
10:00 Round 1 of 3

Kazushi Sakuraba
16-3-0 13-3-1

Pride 17: Championship Chaos
Main Event | Vacant Title | Middleweight | 93 kg

2001.11.03
Referee: Yuji Shimada
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
0:30 Round 1 of 3

Shungo Oyama
15-3-0 1-1-0

Pride 14: Clash of the Titans
Main Card | Heavyweight

2001.05.27
Win | KO/TKO | Strikes
1:38 Round 1 of 3

Kazushi Sakuraba
14-3-0 12-2-1

Pride 13: Collision Course
Main Event | Heavyweight

2001.03.25
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Dan Henderson
13-3-0 9-0-0

Pride 12: Cold Fury
Main Card | Heavyweight

2000.12.09
No Contest | KO/TKO
0:21 Round 1 of 3

Gilbert Yvel
13-3-0 23-5-0

Pride 11: Battle of the Rising Sun
Main Card | Heavyweight

2000.10.31
Win | KO/TKO | Punches
3:45 Round 1 of 3

Guy Mezger
12-3-0 24-10-2

Pride 10: Return of the Warriors
Main Card | Heavyweight

2000.08.27
Weigh-In: 197.8 lbs
Win | KO/TKO | Knees
0:39 Round 1

Todd Medina
11-3-0 4-5-0

Meca World Value Tudo
Main Card | Light Heavyweight | 205 lbs

2000.08.12
Weigh-In: 205.03 lbs | Referee: Pedro Rizzo
Loss | Decision | Unanimous
5 Rounds, 25:00 Total

Tito Ortiz
11-2-0 4-2-0

UFC 25: Ultimate Japan 3
Main Event | Vacant Title | Middleweight | 90 kg

2000.04.14
Weigh-In: 198.0 lbs | Referee: John McCarthy
Win | Submission | Choke
2:42 Round 1 of 3

Bob Schrijber
10-2-0 14-7-0

Pride Grand Prix 2000 Opening Round
Main Card | Heavyweight

2000.01.30
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Daijiro Matsui
9-2-0 1-1-2

Pride 8
Main Card | Heavyweight

1999.11.21
Weigh-In: 199.0 lbs
Win | Decision | Unanimous
3 Rounds, 20:00 Total

Carl Greco
8-2-0 1-2-0

Pride 7
Main Card | Heavyweight

1999.09.12
Weigh-In: 199.0 lbs
Win | KO/TKO
2:53 Round 1 of 1

Tony Petarra
7-2-0 1-1-0

UFC 20: Battle for the Gold
Main Card | Middleweight | 199 lbs

1999.05.07
Weigh-In: 199.0 lbs | Referee: Mario Yamasaki
Win | Submission | Punches

Eugene Jackson
6-2-0 9-2-1

IVC 10

1999.04.27
Win | KO/TKO

Adrian Serrano
5-2-0 14-4-2

IVC 9

1999.01.20
Loss | KO/TKO | Punches
0:44 Round 1 of 1

Vitor Belfort
5-1-0 5-1-0

UFC 17.5: Ultimate Brazil
Main Card | Title Match | Middleweight | 199 lbs

1998.10.16
Weigh-In: 199.0 lbs | Referee: John McCarthy
#19 Greatest Knockout of All Time
#23 Greatest Light Heavy MMA Fight of All Time
Win | KO/TKO

Mike Van Arsdale
4-1-0 4-0-0

IVC 6

1998.08.23
Win | Submission | Punches

Egidio Amaro da Costa

IVC 2

1997.09.15
Loss | KO/TKO | Injury

Artur Mariano
2-0-0 0-0-0

IVC 2

1997.09.15
Win | KO/TKO

Sean Bormet

IVC 2

1997.09.15
Win | KO/TKO | Injury

Marcelo Barbosa
1-0-0 0-0-0

BVF 10

1997.07.01
Win | KO/TKO | Punch
3:35 Round 1

Dilson Filho
0-0-0 0-0-0

Brazil Regional

1996.11.01

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