Again, I did not tap, I did not verbally submit, I was not knocked unconscious and at no point did I go unconscious.”
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As he puts it:
"When it comes to United States, I want to retire in Impact Wrestling.
Either way, are you ready for three more years of El Patron on your television?
In an interview with ESPN promoting the upcoming Slammiversary pay-per-view (PPV), one he will main event in a match with Bobby Lashley, Alberto El Patron laid out his future plans: He’s going to retire in three years before working as an agent at Impact Wrestling.
In the first round of the fight, Lee took Chiesa’s back and locked in a choke.
In the appeal, Chiesa wrote he was “relaxing,” engaging his core and shoulders to shrug in order to reduce pressure and flexing his neck muscles.
Chiesa has appealed his submission loss to Lee in the main event of UFC Fight Night 112 with the Oklahoma State Athletic Commission (OSAC) this week, Chiesa’s manager Daniel Rubenstein told MMA Fighting.
“The Ultimate Fighter: Latin America” Season 1 winner Alejandro Perez will lock horns with Andre Soukhamthath at UFC Fight Night 114 in Mexico City.The Las Vegas-based promotion recently confirmed the bantamweight pairing.
UFC Fight Night 114 takes place at Mexico City Arena on Aug. 5 and is headlined by a flyweight clash pitting Sergio Pettis against Brandon Moreno Perez is 3-1-1 thus far during his Octagon tenure. “El Diablito” last appeared at UFC Fight Night 94, where he battled Alberto Morales to a majority draw on Sept. 17.
Prior to that, Perez had scored back-to-back TKO wins over Ian Entwistle and Scott Jorgensen A longtime CES MMA veteran, Soukhamthath came up short in his promotional debut, falling to Morales via split decision at UFC 209 on March 4. “The Asian Sensation” is 11-4 as a professional, with 10 triumphs by knockout, technical knockout or submission.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) fans may have seen the last of former pay-per-view (PPV) headliners Ronda Rousey and Nick Diaz, who walked away from the Octagon in recent times for very different reasons.
“People ask me, ‘Do you think Ronda (Rousey) is coming back?’ No.
I just don’t think he has the desire anymore.”
Hard to blame him after this.
He said, ‘I want Khabib in Russia,’” White said in an interview with MMAJunkie. “Isn’t he [expletive] awesome?
He’s like, ‘I want Khabib, in Russia.’ He’s awesome.
Now it appears McGregor is not only targeting a fight in the UFC later this year, but the outspoken lightweight champion has actually requested to compete on his opponent’s home soil.
“You know what Conor told me?