The renowned martial artist, Uriah Hall, knocked out Anderson Silva in the last fight of his career everything was very emotional. After that, he apologized and cried for ending his time in the UFC in that way. Days later, when he was interviewed by the press, the Jamaican revealed some intimate details of what happened between the two, after the fight at UFC Vegas 12 on Saturday that passed.
“After the fight we shared a moment. It is a very honorable moment for many martial artists who are out there and they would see and understand it. I would say that probably two-thirds of the people who are watching this will never understand it and that’s fine, but the fact that a guy like that has taken me from a younger youth saying, ‘Oh, I can be creative like that,’ he began by saying. .
Of course Uriah It is one of the best of the present, so that result was the most likely. Therefore, he himself said: ‘Potentially I can train like this’ to get in front of them and compete against them and beat them, it was an incredible moment. I fought in that moment for a while, I mean, I fought the emotions that led up to this fight, so at that moment I had to drop everything. I mean, there’s nothing to brag about.
Respect above all
“I don’t see anything to brag about. It was an amazing moment that we both shared, four rounds. It was just an amazing moment. I don’t even have anything to say to that. He was just telling me to train your mind. Anderson is a bit distant from all this BS, I understand where it comes from. He keeps saying that it is not about fighting, I understand it, “he also added to his words, making clear what he experienced in Las Vegas.
Going even deeper with your feelings Uriah Hall He had the following to close: “A lot of people don’t understand it. It’s about that moment, but it’s difficult because right now, where this sport is where you just capitalize on the title, you guys will never get it, so I see where it comes from, where it comes from that moment that you share and it is. I will never get that moment back. Those 12 minutes, whatever it is, I’ll never get that back. “