UFC star Angela Magana burst out of her prime throughout her defeat to Amanda Cooper.
However followers won’t be able to see the incident on the replay of the Combat Move prelim card because the UFC has eliminated 15 seconds of precise struggle time from spherical one.
Cooper was in full management and attacking Magana’s chest from a sitting place.
However as they scrapped, the latter’s sports activities bra was adjusted and UFC 218 viewers got an eyeful.
Referee Keith Peterson stopped the bout to permit ‘Her Majesty’ to cowl her modesty however she in the end did not impose herself within the struggle and suffered a second spherical TKO.
Magana wrote on Twitter: “I had an unbelievable time in #Detroit. Amanda was higher & stronger lastnight. Congrats #ufc218 #ufc.
“As for me I completely cannot wait to get again to coaching & get one other struggle.
“Combating is a course of I discovered a lot on this journey for #ufc218. I watched my struggle, completely happy w the problem my rise up improved and now to work on bettering extra #mma #ufc.”
Magana has now gone over six years with out a win and Cooper believes she just isn’t meant for the UFC.
She mentioned: “I don’t assume the game wants her. I don’t assume the UFC wants her. Possibly she wants it.
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“As soon as I called her out she was on Twitter freaking out.
“I think she gets something out of it. I don’t mean to be mean, but I think she probably needed that a little bit. I don’t think the sport needs her, but I think she needs it.”
Despite blitzing Magana in the octagon, Cooper continued her barrage of attacks in her post-fight interview.
She added: “She convinces herself of false.
“I can’t imagine losing as many times as she has in a row or not fighting after two years. I can’t imagine going through all the things she went through.
“Hurricane, no electricity, not training. I can’t imagine going through all that and being confident.
“I don’t think she says the thing she says on Twitter and social media to amp herself up. I don’t think she’s faking it. I think she truly believes she’s great.”
“Every time I’ve lost I’m like, ‘Man, I suck.’ I have to think about it and go home and build myself up.
“She’s lost and lost and lost and hasn’t fought in a few years and still thinks she’s the toughest.
“Maybe she’s just mentally stronger than most. I don’t know what she’s going to think after this. I feel bad for saying that, but good for her.”