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Earning wins in the UFC is certainly no easy task, but what comes next is often even more important: the post-fight callout.
So after Saturday’s UFC on ESPN 6 event in Boston, who took advantage of their time on the mic? See below for this week’s Callout Collection – and just how realistic each one is.
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First up, let’s take a look at the night’s prelim winners.
Wants to fight: Eryk Anders
The callout: “Nothing but respect, but I’d love to fight one of my losses, Eryk Anders. You’re a great dude. I have nothing but respect, but business is business. Let’s go back, end of January, beginning of February in the U.S. I’m ready.”
The reality: After earning his way into the UFC through a win on Dana White’s Contender Series, Brendan Allen (13-3 MMA, 1-0 UFC) proved incredibly impressive in a gutsy and exciting win over Kevin Holland at UFC on ESPN 6. “All In” is tenacious in his grappling, and he certainly kept the crowd entertained while facing an equally exciting prospect.
Allen’s pre-UFC career is interesting. His three losses to date all came against fighters that made it to the UFC, including Anders (13-4 MMA, 5-4 UFC), as well as Trevin Giles and Anthony Hernandez. All of these make realistic matchups, though it was Anders who Allen requested when given the moment.
A rematch from the regional scene with real stakes on the line? Why not? Holler at “Ya Boi.”
Next up, let’s check out the main card.
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