“The Ultimate Fighter 17” finalist was outstruck by Sean
Strickland for the better part of five rounds at the UFC Apex
in Las Vegas on Saturday night en route to a lopsided unanimous
decision defeat. Strickland set a UFC middleweight record in the
process, outlanding “Primetime” by a 186-to-107 count in
Hall didn’t appear at the post-fight press conference, but he did
release a brief statement via Instagram.
“Tough one last night,” Hall wrote. “Congratulations to [Sean
Strickland]. I was prepared he was just the better man last
night. This one hurts, but I’ll be back. Thank you for all the
messages and love. It means more then you know.”
Uriah Hall Releases Statement After UFC on ESPN 28 Defeat: ‘This One Hurts’
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