.
.

AJ Agazarm on ‘embarrassing, clumsy, disaster’ loss at Bellator 214

[post-views]
AJ Agazarm on ‘embarrassing, clumsy, disaster’ loss at Bellator 214

BJJ No Gi world champion & ADCC silver medalist AJ Agazarm’s pro MMA debut didn’t exactly go as planned… The BJJ ace lost a split decision to fellow MMA debutant Jesse Roberts at Bellator 214. Agazarm secured a rear-naked choke in the second round, but the bell ended rang before he could finish.

Every minute the fight went on, Roberts’ confidence grew. It was apparent as he became more aware of when takedowns were coming and found the range for his punches to land.

His takedowns didn’t have the desired outcome and Agazarm made his frustration known, much to to everybody’s amusement:

Full fight here:

Since then Agazarm posted on his own story as undercard fighters don’t get a post fight press conference:
“Unlike most fighters who save their embarrassing, clumsy, disasters for the END of their careers, I figured I’d just get mine out of the way at the beginning of mine,” he wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

“Unlike most fighters who save their embarrassing, clumsy, disasters for the END of their careers, I figured I’d just get mine out of the way at the beginning of mine,” he wrote on Twitter on Sunday.

 

No word yet on what exactly is next for Agazarm…

Learn How To Turn Any Position Into A Road-Map To The Back, The Most Dominant Position In Jiu-Jitsu. 18 Year Old Roberto Jimenez Had 10 Matches At The 2018 World Championships & He Tapped Out All 10 Opponents To Win Double Gold At Purple Belt – Most Of Them From The Back. The Wonder-kid Has Revealed His Complete Formula In This 4 Volume Instructional.

Start To Attack Submission From Every Position With One Of Today's Most Submission Oriented Fighter, Edwin Najmi: Estima Locks, Darce Chokes, Flying Triangles, Guillotines and more. Attack from EVERYWHERE. Edwin Najmi is one of BJJ's most exciting fighters today, why? He always attacks the submission.