UFC Busan: Bonus Coverage

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Despite being out of the Octagon for nearly two years, Dooho Choi exhibited nothing that looked like ring rust in his return, and in fact looked to be cruising to an easy victory against Canadian Charles Jourdain.

But Jourdain valiantly continued to throw his jab, dropping Choi to end the first round. Seemingly emboldened by that punch, Jourdain kept his attack coming in the second, and guaranteed the bout wouldn’t need a third.

Backstage, Jourdain reflected on how he dug deep to continue in a fight that seemed destined to go the other way.

“I was like ‘Ok, it’s going bad for me.’ Those moments where you forget what happened two or three seconds ago? That was the first time it happened to me. I fought through adversity. That’s something I never knew I had inside me. You never know if you have it until you face this much adversity and power.” 

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