‘Unfortunately I Deviated From Game Plan’- Stipe Miocic Releases Statement After UFC 260 Loss

‘Unfortunately I Deviated From Game Plan’- Stipe Miocic Releases Statement After UFC 260 Loss

Stipe Miocic vs Francis Ngannou was the main-event of UFC 260. This was a combat that was extremely anticipated and promised to be a grand affair.

Ngannou and Miocic had been preventing after 3 years, and this rematch was a grand occasion for each the fighters. Miocic needed to defend his title yet another time whereas Ngannou needed to develop into the primary African to win the UFC Heavyweight title.

Ngannou received the rematch and have become the World Heavyweight Champion after he defeated Miocic within the 2nd spherical of the combat.

What Stipe Miocic mentioned after the loss

After the combat, followers from everywhere in the world commented on the identical. Critics, media, and even Ngannou talked in regards to the combat.

Miocic, however, had nonetheless not spoken in regards to the combat; nonetheless, Miocic took to social media in a bid to interrupt his silence about the identical.

He wrote, “Unfortunately, I deviated from game plan. I felt great coming into the second round, I saw it was beginning to go as planned.”

Miocic talked about how he thought every little thing was going based on his plan, however he messed it up. Miocic mentioned, “First and foremost, I’m ok. I know that fall wasn’t my most graceful fall, but I was unconscious, so it happens.”

Stipe talked about what he thought in regards to the combat and if he thinks he ought to have modified one thing. “You can’t dwell on what you should have done better, but you can learn and improve from it and come back more prepared next time.”

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What now for Miocic?

Miocic congratulated Ngannou on the victory and talked about the way it was his evening, “Lastly, I’d like to congratulate @francisngannou and his team on a well earned victory. Saturday night was your night, enjoy your victory!”

BOSTON, MA – JANUARY 20: (R-L) Francis Ngannou of Cameroon hugs Stipe Miocic of their heavyweight championship bout throughout the UFC 220 occasion at TD Garden on January 20, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. (Photo by Brandon Magnus/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC by way of Getty Images)

The former champ has taken some down time and can spend the approaching few months along with his household as he prepares to welcome his son into the world.

Although Miocic misplaced this combat towards Ngannou, he took the loss nicely and gracefully congratulated Ngannou. Miocic may need misplaced this time, however the prospect of a trilogy combat between Ngannou and Miocic is definitely on the playing cards.

The Miocic vs Ngannou fights have been nice, and if the third combat ever occurs, it will be an excellent look ahead to all MMA followers.

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