Gegard Mousasi Recounts Fight with Lyoto Machida, Teases Mark Munoz for Next UFC Fight


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At just 28 years of age, Gegard Mousasi already boasts a resume chalk full of successes. He suffered a rare defeat in his most recent fight, losing a five-round unanimous decision to Lyoto Machida.

Mousasi was a guest on UFC Tonight on Wednesday night, and took a look back at the bout and discussed what he felt went wrong against the former UFC light heavyweight champion.

He also took a look forward, not exactly confirming, but teasing that his next fight is already set, and that it is likely to be against fellow middleweight contender Mark Munoz.

Check out Gegard Mousasi’s full video interview.

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