10:28 .: Medeiros pulls off the upset defeating Silva by TKO at 2:01 of the second round. The first round was very entertaining with Medeiros and Silva knocking each other down to the mat. In the second round, Medeiros connected on an overhand right and then a flush left hook to drop Silva. He immediately seized the moment, landing ground-and-pound punches and the referee had seen enough. The ending was questionable as Silva had his wits about him but the referee erred on the side of caution as fighter safety is most important. Medeiros now has won both of his fights since moving up to welterweight.
Okay, it's one of two things; either he gets to use steroids-he's training, has wonderful doctors that get him through it all-and he's able to compete, barely getting through with his drug tests. There's like a 1 in 10 chance of that scenario happening. The other factors are that he tries to be clean, and he realizes that he can't compete. Or he tries to go clean and gets hurt. Or he just uses the steroids and gets caught. One of those 3 options are the likelihood of the other 90% ... Vitor Belfort is not the old dinosaur or young dinosaur or whatever they call him. He's a broken steroid addict.