Do Bronx opens the game and comments on the judges' decision in a duel against Tsarukyan

Brazilian avoids criticizing the result of a UFC 300 match and recognizes the need to triumph on the fast track against his rival

Charles do Bronx risks the guillotine in his fight against Arman Tsarukyan at UFC 300. Photo: Reproduction/Twitter @UFCNews

Charles of the Bronx risks guillotine in fight against Arman Tsarukyan No. UFC 300. Photo: Reproduction/Twitter @UFCNews

Defeated in a split decision by the judges after taking part in a fierce confrontation against Arman Tsarukyan No. UFC 300, Charles of the Bronx opened the game and analyzed the opinion of the side judges. Amid discussions about a possible error in the score, the Brazilian avoided controversy and did not criticize the fact that the victory had been given to his rival. In the São Paulo native's view, what was necessary was to triumph on the fast track.

“I had to knockout or submit. It went to the judges, they are the ones who decide what needs to be done. It's a little complicated to talk about. I think there are a lot of things that are very crazy (…) if you take my first round, it was a round that I tried to take, they gave me the first round. The warmest second round, I ended with a triangle choke and they gave it to him (…) I had to knock him out or submit him, there's not much I can do”, said Do Bronx in an interview with 'Canal Encarada'.

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An underdog at the bookmakers, Do Bronx managed submissions in all three rounds of the fight, but his opponent was helped by the bell ringing on two occasions. Despite the bitterness of the setback, the former lightweight champion (up to 70,3kg) highlighted his desire to quickly return to the Octagon and dismissed any irritation with a result in the UFC 300.

Charles of the Bronx was challenged by M. Gamrot after UFC 300. Photo: Reproduction/Instagram

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Currently second in the category ranking, the Brazilian has now accumulated 34 wins and 10 losses in his professional record. The last defeat via judges' decision was in 2013, when defeated by Frankie Edgar.

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