It\u2019s difficult not to love Anderson Silva and see that him transitioning to a life outside of being the UFC Middleweight Champion could make for an entertaining time for all of us. He\u2019s more open with the press, he\u2019s more laid back, he\u2019s not trying to project this image of being this unstoppable force anymore. He\u2019s just Anderson and he\u2019s all about being Anderson and ees normal. I can only imagine what Anderson will be like in the future, if he\u2019ll be in movies as the laid back bro who kicks everyone\u2019s ass, if he does color commentating on fights or if he\u2019s just like Chuck Liddell, hanging out at ringside and chilling with fans. I mean, sure, he has a billion fight UFC contract still, but we all know that isn\u2019t going to happen and that it was in part a way to keep Anderson committed to the UFC after he is done fighting, which could be relatively soon considering his age. Everyone likes to rag on TMZ for being, well, TMZ, but this interview with Anderson Silva shows how important it is for press outside of the MMA bubble to get a crack at asking MMA stars questions. People in the MMA bubble would see an opportunity to talk to Anderson Silva as a chance to ask about a potential rematch with Chris Weidman, about changing weight classes, about retirement. TMZ, though? They ask him if he\u2019d rather take Beyonce or Rhianna out and, who will win between Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather and, most importantly, if he\u2019d fight Dwayne \u201cThe Rock\u201d Johnson. So, he wouldn't fight The Rock, but it'd be cool if they were in a buddy cop film together, right?