UFC middleweight Court McGee, spoke to mmafighting.com about his controversial decision loss at UFC 149 to Nick Ring in Calgary.
“If you don’t leave it to the judges, they don’t have nothing to say. You put them out of job. That’s the answer right there. You just never really know what they’re looking at, what happened to them that day or what they’re going for, what the background of the judging is, or where they’re from.
The judges are the one to tally all the little things. I just kind of show up to kick ass. I thought I won but I don’t make the decision. I did the best I could do. I chased him down, I punched him. It’s hard to sit down on my punches when a guy is backing up. You have to stick with them otherwise they get away. I just did the absolute best I could in putting it on him.
There’s one thing in the back of my mind and that’s to get back in the gym. To get better, come out and destroy the next person you fight. I’ve woken up with that feeling every morning the last few mornings. All I want to do is get back in the gym, come out and just hurt someone. I’m not going to dwell or hang my head. I’m going to get better and put on a show the next time.”
The offical FightMetic stats show that McGee nearly doubled Ring for significant strikes landed at UFC 149, to view the stats Click here