Junior Dos Santos Isn’t Happy With UFC Over ‘Absurd’ Cyril Gane Loss

Although Junior Dos Santos isn’t happy with the UFC right now, he does have a plan to turn things around. 

The former heavyweight champion got KO’d by Ciryl Gane at the UFC 256 pay-per-view event in UFC APEX facility in Las Vegas, Nevada. 

Following the fight, Dana White said that he thinks JDS should consider his MMA future. 

Junior Dos Santos Isn’t Happy With UFC Over ‘Absurd’ Cyril Gane Loss

“The UFC never said a word,” dos Santos told AG Fight (h/t Bloody Elbow). “It’s fine by them. I find that absurd. A clearly illegal shot and the president and a bunch of fighters think that what happened was acceptable. Actually, everyone agrees that it was illegal, but they said I turned around and positioned myself that way. To make a comparison, which I don’t even think I should, that’s like blaming the victim for a crime of theft, murder, or rape. I don’t think it was intentional, but that doesn’t make it any less illegal. They said I turned around. I didn’t. I was already standing sideways for about eight seconds and you can see the elbow hit the back of my head from there.

“I think they’re trying to make this blow over because of the negative point I currently am in my career. I was coming off three losses and he is a guy on the rise, undefeated. Maybe they want to capitalize on that. I don’t know and I don’t care. I just want justice to be made.”

“Professionally, it’s has been rather heavy moment in my career,” dos Santos said. “This is a tough sport and you need to be psychologically healthy in order to give your best. I feel great physically, but I feel like my psychological side has been affected. You have to tear down so many walls that it takes a toll. I’ve been dedicating myself to put my mind in the right place. I love to fight, I want to go on, I’m one of the best heavyweights to ever do it. It hasn’t been happening for me in the Octagon lately. I just need to make some adjustments and that’s what I’m trying to do.”

“This year of 2021, I’ll shut up a lot of mouths. What gets me are people who say they understand fighting going against me for this moment, like everything is fine. This year will be to shut up this kind of thing. It’s the year to slap them in the face, to silence everyone who doubts me. I’ll turn it all around. It’s the year to make adjustments and make it happen.”

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