Michelle Waterson Breaks Her Silence On Saturday’s Loss To Tecia Torres, Vows To Come Back

Fight fans flooded into the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Michigan on Saturday, Dec. 2, for the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s latest fight night. The world’s most famous mixed martial arts promotion hosted UFC 218 for the Detroit crowd, offering a night filled with entertaining octagon performances. Now of the night’s competitors has come forward to let their fans know that they will not let their recent loss get them down.

UFC strawweights Tecia Torres and Michelle Waterson battled it out inside the octagon for the Detroit crowd. Waterson was coming off of a tough submission loss to Rose Namajunas from UFC on FOX 24, giving the fighter a desire to get back inside the winning column. Torres, on the other hand, was riding a two fight winning streak, having most recently submitted Juliana Lima.

“The Tiny Tornado” and “The Karate Hottie” put on a war, with the fight ultimately going the distance. In the end, Torres walked away with a unanimous decision victory over her opponent.

Now Michelle Waterson has come forward to give her thoughts on the recent loss. Taking to Instagram, Waterson offered the following message to her fans.

“When you walk into the cage and they close the door behind you it’s up to you to go. Finding your zone is the name of the game. The feeling of defeat is never a good feeling, and not one I want to get use to. Just because there is overcast in the sky doesn’t mean the sun has disappeared. It is always there waiting to burst through. Just wanted to thank everybody for all the kind words. This is just the beginning of my journey.”

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