UFC bantamweight title contender Aljamain Sterling commented on the cancellation of the fight against division champion Petr Jan. As previously reported by the media, this fight most likely will not take place at UFC 256 due to the mysterious problems that the Russian fighter has.
Sterling is confident that Ian had good reasons to withdraw from the fight. At the same time, he hinted that he was thinking about holding an intermediate fight.
“Yang is too serious a man to avoid me. We’ll all find out soon. Interim title?
There are reasons for everything. I hope that Jan and his family are okay. Peter, we will sort things out when you are 100 percent focused and ready to give the fans the best show we can put on. See you soon.
I really don’t know what to do with myself right now. The possibilities are endless, “wrote Aljamain Sterling in a series of tweets.
Anderson Silva hinted at continuing his career after leaving the UFC: “I am absolutely convinced that I can continue to compete in the MMA elite.”
Following the defeat of former dominant UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva to Uraia Hall in the main event of UFC on ESPN + 39, head of promotion Dana White hastened to retire the legendary Brazilian. However, the 45-year-old Silva made it clear that he may not hang up his gloves after leaving the UFC.
“Hello everyone. I didn’t want to discuss this topic, especially since I’m on vacation. As the saying goes, what’s done is done. I want to make it clear to all my fans that this is a moment of joy and gratitude for me. I feel yourself free after trying to force me to end my career.
I love and will always love what I do. Wins and losses are part of it, but it has nothing to do with age. I made technical mistakes and lost, but the most important thing is that I have not lost the will and desire to continue doing what I love.
I still have a warrior spirit and a burning flame in my heart that motivates me. I am absolutely convinced that I can continue to compete in the MMA elite. I will take this moment to reflect on my career and plan my next steps. Follow me, “Anderson Silva wrote on his Instagram page.