Jiri Prochazka Isn’t Complaining About Stoppage Loss to Alex Pereira
Throughout his post-fight interview with Joe Rogan, Jiri Prochazka admitted that he was out throughout Pereira’s barrage (h/t MMAJunkie).
“I believe that in that finish, it was proper,” Prochazka stated. “I used to be out, however you understand I’ll by no means cease.
“F*ck, sh*t occurred,” Prochazka stated. “Doesn’t matter. For me, it’s large be taught. Let’s work on that and be again stronger than ever. However now, thanks Alex. Thanks for this battle. Huge be taught for me from that battle. I’ll be again.”
Prochazka has adopted that up with a video message on his Instagram account. He made it clear that he doesn’t have an issue with Marc Goddard’s determination to cease the battle.
“Marc Goddard was proper, perhaps 2, 3 extra seconds and it could be on completely different manner, however what occurred, occurred. I settle for that.”
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“That is for me only a motivation, nothing else,” Prochazka stated. “Marc Goddard was proper. Perhaps two, three extra seconds and it could be a unique manner, however what occurred, occurred. I settle for that. Watch me now. I’ll be again stronger than ever. Thanks to your help.”
Initially, the UFC commentary group felt Goddard might’ve given Prochazka extra time to recuperate earlier than stopping the battle. Upon additional overview, the crew modified their tune, agreeing with Goddard’s determination.