Michael Chiesa took goal at Mario Yamasaki just after the controversial referee announced his strategies to return to combined martial arts.
Yamasaki has not labored as a referee since February of 2018, when he was on duty for a Struggle Evening in Belem, Brazil. Mario was the subject matter of significantly controversy that night time, right after he allowed Priscila Cachoeira to take up a ton of unwanted punishment in her bout with foreseeable future UFC flyweight winner Valentina Shevchenko.
Surging UFC welterweight contender Michael Chiesa (18-4 MMA) has seasoned the wrath of Mario Yamasaki in the earlier when a untimely stoppage resulted in a specialized submission loss to Kevin Lee. Promptly following the controversial battle ending ‘Maverick’ blasted Yamasaki suggesting he should really be “f*cking fired”.
Despite his controversial past Mario Yamasaki just lately announced that he designs on returning to MMA as a referee.
“I’m ready for the pandemic to be more than so I begin applying to the athletic commissions again,” Yamasaki explained to MMA Fighting, incorporating that he plans to enrol in an on line judging training course promoted by the California Condition Athletic Fee so he’s in a position to catch up on every little thing that’s modified during his hiatus.
“I’ll go again to refereeing as soon as feasible,” he additional. “Maybe not in the UFC, but Bellator, PFL, Shooto, other promotions, so I can be in the sport. It will be up to the athletic commissions to accept me back and license me and begin providing me fights to referee.”
That news clearly did not sit perfectly with Michael Chiesa, who despatched out the subsequent message to the veteran referee on Twitter.
— Michael Chiesa (@MikeMav22) January 28, 2021
“The sport is greater off without you officiating @yamasakimma.” – Chiesa wrote.
‘Maverick’ was past viewed in motion nine times in the past where by he gained a dominant determination earn above Neil Magny on Combat Island. That victory improved his recent get streak to four in a row, as he experienced formerly acquired wins above Carlos Condit, Diego Sanchez and Rafael dos Anjos.
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