Two troll friends continue to talk about our country and its inhabitants. UFC Bantamweight Champion Aljamain Sterling celebrated today:
“Who really annoys me are the fans from the Caucasian regions: Dagestanis, Chechens. I love these guys! They are great guys. But you can’t analyze a fight, because when you say someone has a chance to win, you’re just giving credit to what you saw of this athlete in previous fights! And then when I say that his opponent did a good job, you write to me: “No, you’re just a hater!” What kind of hater am I if I’m just analyzing the fight? Sterling said on his YouTube channel.
This statement was quite smooth, but far from the first.
Merab Dvalishvili, who will fight Petr Yan on March 11, again tried to mount the Russian fighter and touched the Russian Federation:
“For me, this is more than just a fight. I have to fight for my people. Nothing personal, but like it or not, this is Russia vs. Georgia. I have to fight hard, win and make my people happy. The team and I must show that we are better.
For me, this is a great opportunity. He is a good but stupid fighter. He better make sure you know the rules, because he landed my friend Aljamain Sterling with an illegal hit. And yes, when I met him in Abu Dhabi, he disrespected me,” Dvalishvili said on the UFC Unfiltered podcast.
I would like to advise Petr Yan to remind Merab Dvalishvili of the course of Russian history and to make this reminder in the UFC cage, and not to be silent yet. After that, take a geography course with Aljamin Sterling, if not, why all this?