Pedro Munhoz feels like he beat Frankie Edgar, but is not demanding a rematch
It is a bitter pill to swallow when a fighter is on the dropping stop of a conclusion, but feels like he did plenty of to gain the battle.
That’s accurately exactly where Pedro Munhoz finds himself following getting rid of to former lightweight winner Frankie Edgar in the UFC on ESPN 15 principal event on Saturday in Las Vegas.
It was a aggressive battle from bell to bell. Edgar bet his well worth on a technique of amount in excess of electrical power. Munhoz took the reverse approach, believing that his electrical power punches and thunderous leg kicks had been more than enough to suggestion the scores in his favor.
1 choose agreed, but the other two did not.
Edgar walked out of the cage with his 1st bantamweight victory below his belt. Munhoz was handed the to start with back-to-back defeat of his occupation.
He’s using it all in stride. Though Munhoz would not thoughts a further combat in order to avenge the decline, he is not demanding an instant rematch with the gentleman that is likely to now leapfrog him in the 135-pound rankings.
Pedro Munhoz talks about his reduction to Frankie Edgar soon after UFC on ESPN 15.
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