Chris Curtis obsessed with avenging loss: “I’ll fight Jack Hermansson every week”
At UFC 282, UFC middleweight Chris Curtis returned in style as he knocked out Joaquin Buckley in the second round of their anticipated fight.
However, even though he’s back in the win column, Curtis still can’t let go of the loss against Swedish middleweight Jack Hermansson in July.
“I’m still furious. ‘Who do you want next?’ Jack Hermansson. They’re like, ‘Why? He just lost.’ I don’t care. I have to get it back. At this point, I’ll fight Jack Hermansson every week. If he beats me every time, I’ll keep coming back next week until I win one, and then I’ll be satisfied,” Curtis said at the UFC 282 post-fight press conference.
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Jack Hermansson lost to Roman Dolidze at UFC Orlando
On December 3, the Swedish middleweight faced short notice replacement Roman Dolidze at the Orlando card.
After a strong start, “The Joker” got trapped by the Georgian who landed heavy ground-and-pound that forced the referee to stop the bout in the second round.
The 34-year-old Swede was scheduled to face Derek Brunson, however, Brunson was forced to pull out due to an undisclosed injury.
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