“That’s what I think. I’ll have a conversation with my board of directors, but it should be the natural course, because of his behavior. That is not the behavior of a person who says he owes a lot to taekwondo and wants to help the sport.” viaGloboEsporte.
That’s what the Brazilian Taekwondo Federation president, Carlos Fernandes, had to say about Anderson Silva no longer being an ambassador for the sport.
Silva came out a while ago and said he wanted to try out for the Brazilian olympic team and help the sport, but has since changed his mind according to his manager.
Fernandes doesn’t agree with the behavior from Silva, who he claims never said anything to him about not trying out and was upset to hear it from his manager during an interview. Looks like Silva might have burned his bridges with the sport.