Jairzinho Rozenstruik issues first statement after ‘disturbing’ stop in fight with Alexander Volkov

Jerzinho Rosenstrwick He certainly did not agree with referee Herb Dean’s decision to stop his fight against Alexander Volkov At UFC Vegas 56.

Dean gave up the fight after Volkov injured his right hand with a sore at Rozenstorek followed by a hail of punches early in the first round in Saturday’s main event, leaving Big Boy wobbly and fell to one knee while taking shots against the cage. While Rosenstruck essentially pulled off a stop, he was still absorbing plenty of back-to-back strikes after Volkov’s initial punch that hurt him.

Either way, Rozenstruik had issues with Dean’s decision, as he explained in his first statement released after the event.

“I’m kind of confused about how the fight is going and disappointed that it’s been discontinued,” Rosenstruck said on Twitter. “It was definitely a worrying situation, but I was far from giving up on the fight. Did someone lie on the ground with their eyes closed? This is what we call a knockout.”

A wild exchange led to the end after Rozenstruik fired a series of left and right hooks without any of the shots slipping through Volkov’s defense.

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In turn, the Russian threw a straight line in the middle – this is the blow to Rosenstrwick before the ending sequence.

The 34-year-old fighter from Suriname felt the process was underway when Dean put an end to the competition, but does not harbor any ill intentions towards Volkov just for doing his job in the cage.

“Alexander and I basically started exchanging some slams,” Rosenstruck said. “Things I all wanted to see! Great even Alexander Volkov for battle. I don’t have any noticeable damage and I like to fight soon.”

With the hiatus, Rosenstrijk suffered his third loss in his past four matches after also falling to the interim heavyweight champion. Cyril Jane And the Curtis Blades in recent decisions.

Unbeaten during the first 10 fights of his career, Rosenstrek now holds a record 12-4 as he seeks to get back on track when he returns to play for his next match.

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