According to fans, UFC Fight Night: Daniel Cormier at Santos vs. Walker didn’t give Mike enough time to beat Korea.
Cormier endured quite a bit of criticism on Saturday night. He was accused of not giving Beth Korea a chance to say anything final after the last fight in the UFC.
After a Twitter user called him ‘DC’ for his frustrating actions, the former UFC double champion went to Twitter to address the issue. He asserted that his confession had been obtained through torture and that his confession had been obtained through torture.
“I let her talk all night. Beth is one of my friends. Do you really believe these are the only decisions?”
After losing to Carol Rogers at UFC Vegas 38 by unanimous decision, Beth Correa was emotional as she announced her retirement from professional MMA.
‘DC’ then quickly finished the interview, congratulating the UFC veteran on his career. ‘Pitbull’ wanted to say goodbye with a few last words and was seen reaching out to Mike. However, Kormiya’s interaction was wrapped up and went beyond the octagon.
Watch Beth Korea’s final octagonal interview below:
Beth Korea’s first loss came in the UFC against Rhonda Rousey
After going 0-0, Beth Korea faced former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Randa Rauji in UFC 1 at0.
On an unfortunate night in front of his home fans in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Korea lost to Rowdy in the first round by knockout.
The battle was the beginning of the fall of Korea inside the octagon. He won just two of his next eight fights at the UFC. After a unanimous decision against Carol Rogers, he finally hung up his gloves at UFC Vegas 38.
ESPN’s Mark Raymondi praises Beth Correa for her work on Octagon:
“MMA improved its talent to the best of its ability in the history of MMA as it defeated two of the MDA’s four horsemen, Shayna Basler and Jasmine Duke, to fight for the PPV main-event title against Beth Correa, Randa Rauji. #UFCVegas 38”
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