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First Thing Brian Ortega Did Following Loss Was Apologize To Everyone

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First Thing Brian Ortega Did Following Loss Was Apologize To Everyone

Brian Ortega was one of the very few undefeated fighters in the UFC before this weekend. Of course this mighty streak was ended by Max Holloway who managed to best Ortega in punching flurries and make sure the doctors put a stop to the match up.

Ortega finished the fight with a broken thumb and  broken nose in 4th round via technical stoppage. Victory was awarded to Holloway.

 

“When we arrived at the hospital, the first thing you said was I’m sorry. My brother, you have nothing to be sorry about. You came from nothing and you competed on the highest level against one of the best p4p fighter’s in the world. For four rounds, you took his best shots, but you never went down and you never stopped firing back. The heart you displayed last night could never be taught, and I’ve never been so proud to be your coach, your friend and your fan. You didn’t fail, Max prevailed. And if it was ever possible to win in defeat, you did it last night. I love you bro.”

 

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