One misstep and you can go from being a genius to average. There's a good line by Forrest Griffin on the thin line that separates genius from madness. There are many people who try and showboat and fail, but Anderson Silva has always been one that has been able to back up his head games with his skills. Against Chris Weidman he played with fire one time too many. It's very amusing though to see people analyze the situation and it's amazing how one loss can impact a whole man's resume of past accomplishments. Had Anderson Silva not gotten caught with the left by Weidman and went on to score a KO of his own in the second round, people would be bowing to the feet of Silva in honor of his genius. He gets tagged and knocked out for the first time ever and he suddenly has become yesterday's news. Jon Jones actually has had the best response to the situation saying that he isn't off the Silva hype train, and knows how great of a fighter he is. But even the greats can go down in flames, and especially if you're tinkering with fire the way that Silva does. But for the bandwagon hoppers, in a few months if Silva regroups and pulls out another jaw dropping trick from his arsenal to win the belt back, you can expect them to ride right back on the Anderson traing.