"You get my list of workouts, videos of my workouts, my nutritional plan for the day, every single day. Access to the gym pretty much 24 hours. Honestly it's going to be a lot of work for me, but I'm kind of excited to give the fans that opportunity because I think they deserve it."
Weidman isn't concerned about fans or fighters watching what he does in the gym. He doesn't even care much if Anderson Silva, his coaches, or his teammates watch the videos 24 hours a day, 7 days a week until their fight at UFC 168. Nothing Silva sees is going to stop Weidman from walking across the Octagon floor and putting a stamp on his last performance by doing the same thing all over again.
"I don't mind people watching me as long as they're not interrupting my training. I have no secrets. Anderson Silva, you can know everything I do, it doesn't matter," Weidman said. "I'm going to walk across that cage and I'm going to bring it to you. It doesn't affect me. They're going to have to beat me and that's what makes it exciting. It makes it even more competitive.
"That doesn't bother me. [Anderson] can sign up, he can watch me all he wants. May the better man win on December 28. I'm every excited about this fight, I'm very confident, and him watching me is not going to change that at all."
60$ though? Anderson may need to 'sleep' on this investment..