Last weekend, Tony Ferguson lost a unanimous decision to Charles Oliveira. This is the first time that ‘El Cucuy’ has lost back to back fights in his UFC career. Making him 0-2 in 2020, and he has not won a round across either fight.
After the fight, Dana White stated that he believes it’s possible Tony Ferguson’s best days are behind him. However, Ferguson disagreed, responding to Dana White that he shouldn’t count on it.
Don’t Count On It Shweeety Recovering Faster Than Ever, Rewatched Film # DontLeaveItToTheJudges TUF Times Season 13 ⚔️🕶 -CSO- 🇺🇸🏆🇲🇽 pic.twitter.com/kb6FiT0dcN— Tony Ferguson (@TonyFergusonXT) December 15, 2020
Ferguson has now responded to footage of him and Oliveira embracing each other after the fight, stating that he respects ‘Do Bronx’, but the only thing about the fight that was one sided was the commentary.
Respect, Only Thing Dominant Was A One Sided Commentary 💯 Attacks & Sub Attempts From Bottom # NoGi ⚔️🕶 -CSO- 🇺🇸🏆🇲🇽 pic.twitter.com/4dXrDL5xkq— Tony Ferguson (@TonyFergusonXT) December 15, 2020
Daniel Cormier stated on the DC & Helwani show that he and Ferguson had an argument at the fighter meeting. Also in the commentary booth was Joe Rogan, who is good friends with Ferguson’s ex-coach, Eddie Bravo, who was no longer in his corner Saturday night.
The bout was scored 30-26 in favor of Oliveira.
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