Marina Rodriguez disagrees with Amanda Lemos loss suspended: ‘I’m here to deal with a lot more’

UFC strawweight contender Marina Rodriguez isn’t happy with the way things went Saturday night.

Rodriguez’s four-fight winning streak came to an end in the main event of UFC Fight Night 214 on Saturday night in Las Vegas. She was stopped by fellow Brazilian Amanda Lemos (13-2-1 MMA, 7-2 UFC) in the second round after being tagged with a right hand and then taking a few follow up shots. She was still standing when referee Jason Herzog left the fight.

Rodriguez (16-2-2 MMA, 6-2-2 UFC) complained about the stoppage immediately after it happened. And a few hours later, she took to Twitter to voice her disagreement again.

“You stopped too soon!” Rodriguez wrote on Twitter. “As a professional I’m here to face a lot more, that’s who I am in this game!!! It’s part of the game, winning, losing, in different situations! Let’s keep going! Thank you all for the support and encouragement!


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Many viewed the fight as a title eliminator at 115 pounds, especially for Rodriguez. She has back-to-back victories over notable opponents such as Amanda Ribas, Michelle Waterson, Mackenzie Dern, and most recently, Yan Xiaonan. See the article : Panthers’ Justine Lindsay Becomes NFL’s First Openly Transgender Cheerleader. Her only UFC loss came against current champion Carla Esparza.

The loss to Lemos was Rodriguez’s first by stoppage in his 20-fight career.

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