Silva confronted Sonnen during an event and filmed the incident. It was later released, and Silva even added a follow-up to the run-in.
Well, as co-host of “UFC Tonight,” Sonnen is given a podium to speak his mind. And, as you might have guessed, he did just that in regards to the Brazilian this past Wednesday night.
“I’m all for him having a little fun. But a little advice: if you’re going to do a publicity stunt, do not bring your own camera, it looks staged,” Sonnen said. “It insults your audience. Accosting a gangster can be hazardous.
“If you want to have a conventional interview, we at ‘UFC Tonight’ will pay your way to come on the show.”
Sonnen and Silva appeared set for a year-end battle, but Silva was forced to postpone such a fight due to injury. Sonnen will now face Rashad Evans at UFC 167 in November.
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