Brazilian mixed martial artist Vicente Luque commented on his victory over American Michael Chiesa today, and also challenged the UFC welterweight champion Nigerian Kamaru Usman.
“Michael had a chance, and he completed his choke reception by eighty percent, and twice, but I defend well from the back. I’ve been working on this all training camp, so I was sure that I could get out. As soon as my opponent was in a position where I was able to enter the dars, I immediately did it. This is my signature technique and when I close it, it’s hard for people to get out of there. It’s hard to imagine a better way to end the fight.
I want to address Kamaru Usman. He’s my friend, my friend, but he wanted someone from the welterweights to prove himself. I think I did it today. I finished most of my fights ahead of schedule. Besides, I am definitely not one of those who show boring fights, because during performances I leave my heart and always go for victory. Even if I lose, my opponents are always waiting for a tough fight. So I think when Kamaru deals with Colby, and I’m sure he will, our time will come. I’m the only one from the top who you haven’t fought yet. So let’s do it, ” Vicente Luque said.