UFC leaks Controversial Post-Fight Locker Room Footage Of Losing Champion, And A Legend Speaks Out

UFC superstar Conor McGregor shocked the world when he finished Jose Aldo for the featherweight title. However, for “Scarface,” things did not end inside the octagon.

After UFC 194’s main event, where Conor McGregor KO’d Jose Aldo in 13 seconds of the first round, the UFC decided to share footage of the locker room where Aldo and his team were after the fight. It showed an emotional Aldo and team dealing with what just happened in the octagon.

Well, UFC Hall of Fame fighter Randy Couture thinks that the promotion was in the wrong for releasing that video and says if you look at how the UFC treats certain fighters it’s clear they just don’t care.

Check out what he told Submission Radio:

“Well, we can probably go down the list of fighters that have not been shown or been kind of dumped on by the promotion.” Couture stated. “I don’t think at the end of the day the promotion cares that much. I don’t think they had Jose Aldo’s best interests at heart there. Did they have Georges St-Pierre’s best interest at heart?

“And that was after a victory, but because he wanted to take a hiatus, all the things that were said and done with regard to Georges — I certainly might fall into that category if I wanted to start talking about that — but there’s certainly been other fighters that, you know, they [UFC] do what they think is best for them at the end of the day. Here’s my question. Where were his handlers? Where were his trainers?

“Those are the guys — and having been in that situation after the Chuck Liddell fight, after retiring in the third Chuck Liddell fight, my guys weren’t letting those [camera] guys in. You know, that was our space. They wanted me to have that space. And I remember specifically, Nate Quarry hollering at the camera men and telling him, ‘look get outta here’ and not letting them in the room.”

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