"DELUSIONAL" Tony Ferguson Explains loss to Paddy Pimblett at UFC 296 (El Cucuy)

  • Posted by indyman on Jan 30, 2024

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Tony Ferguson candidly revealed that he entered the UFC 296 showdown against Paddy Pimblett grappling with a significant knee injury. Despite succumbing to his seventh consecutive defeat during the December bout, the former interim lightweight champion disclosed that he had torn his MCL in his right knee about a month before stepping into the octagon with Pimblett. Subsequently, Ferguson underwent surgery to address this nagging knee issue, following a prior procedure to remove bone fragments from his elbow. #TonyFerguson #UFC #MMA Even though Ferguson now shares the record for the most consecutive losses in UFC history with B.J. Penn, his unwavering determination and commitment to the sport drive him to continue competing. Despite the setback at UFC 296, the seasoned fighter remains resolute in his pursuit of redemption and further challenges in the cage. The recent surgical interventions underscore the toll that injuries have taken on Ferguson, yet they also showcase his resilience
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