Fired up Tony Ferguson Announces “It Ain’t Over Yet”
By FCF Staff
Although Tony Ferguson has lost three straight fights, at the age of 37, ‘El Cucuy’s’ announced he has not intention of retiring.
The former interim lightweight champ took on Beneil Dariush at UFC 262 this past weekend, and lost via unanimous decision. Since Ferguson has dropped three straight fights, in a decisive manner, there has been extensive speculation about the star’s future.
But, more recently, Ferguson tweeted out the comments below.
““It Ain’t Over Yet Mcgavin’, The Way I See It … We’ve Only Just Begun.” -HappyMan golfingGilmore Retire & Give These MF’s A Break!? No, Not On My Watch. Now I’m Pissed. Crossed swords -CSO- Flag of United StatesTrophyFlag of Mexico Thank you Hardcore For Picking Me Up When I Was Down- Champ Martial arts uniform # FindingMyHappyPlace # GoldFirst place medalJacket”
“It Ain’t Over Yet Mcgavin’, The Way I See It … We’ve Only Just Begun.” -Happy🏌️♂️Gilmore
Retire & Give These MF’s A Break!? No, Not On My Watch. Now I’m Pissed.
⚔️🕶 -CSO- 🇺🇸🏆🇲🇽 Thank you Hardcore For Picking Me Up When I Was Down- Champ 🥋 # FindingMyHappyPlace # Gold🥇Jacket pic.twitter.com/iEPqXejPMy
— Tony Ferguson (@TonyFergusonXT) May 18, 2021
Before Ferguson (25-6) was stopped by Justin Gaethje in May, 2020, he had won 12 in a row.