DENVER – Just like Benson Henderson, Frankie Edgar felt that he did enough to win their rematch at UFC 150 on Saturday night in Denver. But, unlike Henderson, Edgar was the one that walked away with a loss, unable to recapture the belt that, not so long ago, was firmly affixed around his waist.
Although the fight was decided by the narrowest of margins, Edgar isn’t insisting another rematch. He’s moving on, ready to face new challenges and new foes.
Check out what Frankie Edgar had to say at the UFC 150 post-fight press conference.
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