Charles do Bronx speaks again and 'forgets' defeat to Arman Tsarukyan: 'That's already over'

The former lightweight champion assured that the setback at UFC 300 is behind him and promised to focus on his future in the organization

A. Tsarukyan won Charles of the Bronx No. UFC 300. (Photo: Instagram @ufc)

Charles of the Bronx He decided to follow the advice of that song that says 'get up, dust yourself off and get back on your feet'. Just over 24 hours after the defeat to Arman Tsarukyan No. UFC 300, held last Saturday (13), the former lightweight champion (up to 70,3kg) promised to return to the Octagon better and said that the setback against the Armenian is already behind him.

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“We will come back better. That's gone. Thank you for everyone's affection. I love you,” wrote Do Bronx

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No UFC 300, held last Saturday (13), Charles had a good performance but was defeated by the Armenian Arman Tsarukyan in the judges' split decision. The tough setback kept Do Bronx away from his dream of a new fight for the lightweight belt.

Former champion of the category, Charles is going through a delicate moment in the organization with two defeats in his last three fights, in addition to the controversial departure of UFC 294, in October 2023, where he would face the Russian again Islam makhachev but he had to leave the match after cutting his eyebrow with around 10 days to go before the event in Abu Dhabi (USA).

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