Tony Ferguson Reflects On “Scary” KO Loss To Michael Chandler At UFC 274

Tony Ferguson has spoken out in detail about the brutal front kick knockout loss that he suffered against Michael Chandler at UFC 274 last weekend, and acknowledged that it had been a scary experience.

“New✝️Energy” Thanks🤼‍♂️Coach for takin’ the time to keep me Active 👊😎 Crew🍃,” Ferguson wrote on Instagram.

“I Took a big kick to the dome this past Saturday inside that Octagon… It put me out for a long💡time 💤 It was a scary feeling not remembering anything from beginning of second round all the way until I walked up to the ambulance 🚑  I thank God EVERYDAY I made the trip back to reality. 🙏

“All jokes aside, I didn’t mean to scare you all, should have done things different like keep my “Hands Up & Chin Down” 🤦‍♂️ My fault I lost, props to Chandler for the highlight real finish. 💯

“I have many things to work on, not just competing 📈 One Battle At A Time 📿 I’m not perfect by any means, but I’ll continue to strive for it in-N-out of the practice room ( Perfection: an unobtainable✝️goal) Someone wise once told me “Perfect practice makes perfect” 🥇There’s always more to learn & being coachable is big. 👨‍🎓

“I’m Beyond🙏greatful my movements are ok, my bones are intact & except for a slight headache in the mornings I’m glad to be back & doing what I ❤️‍🩹 Love ( light👣duty) I want to be better than yesterday for sure,.. not for anyone else but for me 🎶 Making good adjustments daily, and will continue to do so- Champ. 🔐

“-XTA2- Hometeam 🇺🇸🏆🇲🇽 # Thanks For Being Great, You’re The Best Crew🍃 A Type Of Guy Like Me Could Ask For 📈 *respect* Gonna watch my fight now for the first time 📚 B# 🎶 Chi❤️‍🩹Cleared and ready to learn again 👨‍⚕️.”

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