Former middleweight champion Chris Weidman refuses to retire after his loss to Brad Tavares at UFC 292. Weidman plans to make a comeback and prove himself in the Octagon.
Chris Weidman Plans Comeback After UFC Loss
Former undisputed middleweight champion, Chris Weidman, has dismissed suggestions from UFC president Dana White to retire from combat sports following his recent loss to Brad Tavares at UFC 292 . Weidman, who made his return to the Octagon after a two-year absence due to a severe leg injury, put on a cautious performance against Tavares, resulting in a unanimous decision loss.
Weidman’s comeback fight took place at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts, where he faced off against the experienced Hawaiian veteran. Despite displaying some signs of ‘ring rust,’ Weidman expressed his determination to continue competing in the UFC.
During the post-fight show, Weidman admitted to feeling hesitant and acknowledged the presence of ring rust. However, he made no excuses for his performance and commended his opponent, Tavares, for his skills. Weidman reassured fans that he is not finished and vowed to return to the Octagon stronger than ever.
|Chris Weidman vs. Brad Tavares||Unanimous decision loss|
- Chris Weidman dismisses retirement suggestions from Dana White
- Weidman made his comeback after a two-year absence due to a severe leg injury
- He suffered a unanimous decision loss to Brad Tavares
- Weidman acknowledges ‘ring rust’ but plans to come back stronger
- Chris Weidman
- Dana White
- Brad Tavares
- Chris Weidman’s comeback
- Retirement suggestions
- UFC 292