“Success in life comes once you merely refuse to surrender,” Kattar wrote. With targets so robust that obstacles, failure and loss solely act as motivation. Props to Max on a hell of a battle he deserves all of the reward. Grateful for my group’s dedication for this battle. On to the following. There isn’t any stopping the person who doesn’t stop.”
Regardless of absorbing a UFC record-breaking 445 vital strikes, Kattar (22-5 MMA, 6-Three UFC) refused to stop – the angle he goals to hold going ahead.
Kattar, 32, suffered a damaged nostril in his dropping effort. In an trade with MMA Junkie on Sunday, his supervisor and coach Tyson Chartier, Kattar additionally received eight staples in his head. One half of the UFC’s New England Cartel tandem, Kattar has by no means been completed in his UFC tenure.
UFC on ABC 1 happened Saturday at Etihad Area on Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. The primary card simulcasted on ABC and ESPN+ after prelims on ESPN/ESPN+.
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