Sheymon Moraes made his big debut inside the octagon back in Nov. at UFC Fight Night 122 in Shanghai, China. That being said, things simply did not go Moraes' way. The fighter went toe-to-toe with Zabit Magomedsharipov after a rough 18 months away from the sport. In the end, Magomedsharipov earned a third round submission victory over his opponent. Now Moraes has come forward to reveal that he is currently working as an Uber driver to help pay the bills and the fighter is not happy about it.\r\n\r\nSpeaking to Combate, Moraes first broke down his recent loss.\r\n\r\n\u201cIt was so frustrating, because I was really prepared. I think it was the best training camp of my life. I knew I had a tough guy in front of me, but I was very confident. Unfortunately, my body just shut down during the fight. I\u2019ve been out for almost 18 months. I think that\u2019s what the problem was. I had no timing, no rhythm, as if I had 50 rubber bands holding me back. Still I didn\u2019t do so bad for a guy who was almost out for two years.\r\n\r\n\u201cI faced a guy who\u2019ll soon be in the top-5, and he was active, fighting all the time. I don\u2019t think he was able to do anything against me. He didn\u2019t hurt me. Even though I couldn\u2019t fight, I never felt his strength. Every time a round ended all I could think was \u2018sh-t, I can\u2019t fight.\u2019 That was the worst part, because I couldn\u2019t show how much I evolved. It broke my heart, you haven\u2019t seen the true Sheymon yet.\u201d\r\n\r\nSheymon Moraes then opened up about his job as an Uber driver.\r\n\r\n\u201cI need to remove some stress from my life, things that have been getting in the way, so I can show them the true Sheymon. One of those things is having to drive to pay my bills. Lack of money sucks. Having to juggle training and driving sucks. I even hurt my back due to driving for 12 hours straight, sleeping only five hours a night and going to the gym right after.\r\n\r\n\u201cThose things stress me a little, and they take away my focus. They pressure me into wanting to earn more money. All I had in my mind was that I needed the bonus. Even between rounds, I\u2019d have my coaches talking to me, but in my mind all I could think was \u2018You need that bonus.\u2019 Now I\u2019m going back to my family, and I\u2019ll just spend some time training, with no pressure. I want to come back as soon as possible and erase that loss. I want to fight at UFC Belem. I was never one to pick opponents and I won\u2019t, I just want to get in there, have fun and erase that loss.\u201d\r\nFor more MMA news click here.