Seems like Anderson Silva is backing down big time in his war of words with the UFC -- issuing an apology after Dana White called him out.
It all started last week when Silva said he was mistreated and disrespected by the UFC-- especially after taking a short-notice fight with Daniel Cormier at UFC 200 back in July.
White went on "Speak for Yourself" on FS1 and told Jason Whitlock he took major issue with Silva's comments saying Silva is a guy who has been "far from mistreated."
Fast forward to Saturday night when TMZ Sports saw Silva and asked about the situation -- to which he said, "You know, definitely I need to say sorry for everything that happened."
He continued, "Because you know, Dana White is Dana White."
Sounds like an apology to us ...