COURT TALKS INJURIES

Court McGee sat down with Bloody Elbow for a recent interview and, as always, was super candid. Among the topics discussed — his recent loss that went to decision and some of his craziest injuries.

Said Court: “I’m not the punch counter. I’m not the guy that makes the decisions. I’m the guy that trains my butt off and gets in there and tries to find a way to win. That’s what I did on Saturday. I really worked on my foot movement and cutting him off, because in my last fight, I followed my opponent too much, so I worked on that stuff and I improved it. I tried to finish with a submission attempt and push the pace. I did the best that I could. I had an overwhelming amount of fans tweeting that they thought I won. Even Dana thought I won. There’s lots of bad decisions made. It is a big letdown. It is a bummer. It never feels good when you lose and it’s hard to deal with.

“The most important thing is what you do next. What I do next is heal up my nose and get right back into the gym. I work on coming out in the next one and getting a finish. Then you don’t leave it up to the judges. You take their job away. It’s just like Dana White says, you don’t leave it in the hands of the judges, only with a whole lot more F words.”

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