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American collective farm. Stupid UFC referee stole a fighter’s win

Date: June 17, 2024 Time: 07:02:10

American collective farm. Stupid UFC referee stole a fighter’s win

Alexander Frolov June 18, 2023, 10:45 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

Where was Keith Peterson looking?

The latest UFC Fight Night tournament turned out not to be the most exciting. Yes, there were knockouts and submissions, but we didn’t see anything unique from the fighters. But it turned out to observe something “new” in the work of the judges. Referee Keith Peterson, who worked on the preliminary card fight between Danny Argeta and Ronnie Lawrence, managed to become the anti-hero of the entire tournament. Unfortunately, Peterson’s work has become blatantly unprofessional, which is rarely seen in the UFC.

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Throughout the fight, which lasted just over two minutes, Argeta had a notable advantage. Danny knocked his opponent to the ground and choked himself. It seemed that victory was inevitable. And then Peterson stopped the fight! In fact, Argeta was named the winner, but there was a nuance: Lawrence gave no sign of giving up and was conscious. Turns out Peterson just stopped the fight for no reason, maybe he just thought Ronnie called for it to stop.

But the replays confirmed that Argeta’s rival did not give up. The duel in pursuit was declared void. Of course, such a result can please Lawrence, who was very close to defeat, but the referee frankly robbed Argeta of victory. Here I would like to recall the famous phrase of the hockey player Alexander Radulov about the “Russian collective farm”, only the collective farm turned out to be American. It’s a shame that referees working at this level make such ridiculous mistakes.

The incident was already commented on by former UFC champion in two divisions Daniel Cormier: “In fact, this is absurd, a monstrous mistake. You have to do something about it, you just can’t make that kind of mistake. However, this hand was ready to call. All Pietersen had to do was wait for him to give up,” Cormier wrote on social media.

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