Anderson Silva’s new hobby since he can’€™t train? Call of Duty

Someone needs to teach Anderson the 'Xbox Sign Out' trick.

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Why knock a guy out when you can blow him away with a gun?

Anderson Silva has picked up a new hobby since he’s been unable to train in MMA: video games. The all-time UFC great’s favorite games are FIFA and Call of Duty, he told TMZ on video outside Fogo De Chao steakhouse in Los Angeles.

Silva also said in front of the cameras that he’ll be back in the UFC after he rehabs the leg he broke against Chris Weidman at UFC 168 last month.

“I back,” Silva said. “I promise.”

The former middleweight champion said he’ll be going to Brazil for the World Cup this summer. Hopefully that doesn’t interfere with his physical therapy.

And on the replay of his leg breaking that has been shown time and time again? You could see Silva getting a little squeamish just thinking about it.

“It’s bad for the sport, it’s bad for me,” he said. … “Bad moment, guys.”

Silva seemed to have a great attitude, but then again who wouldn’t after eating at a swank Brazilian steakhouse in Beverly Hills? Broken leg or not, life does not suck for the MMA legend.