LAS VEGAS — Cody Durden defeated Carlos Motta by unanimous decision Saturday in the heats of UFC Fight Night 213 in Las Vegas.
Just look at the fight against Durden, who won his second straight after losing in March.
Durden on key moments of battle
“It was an uphill battle, but I knew where I was going. (He’s a) two-time LFA champion – the LFA is a respected organization. He’s tough everywhere. He’s a (jiu-jitsu) black belt, he has Four knockouts. His last opponent, he knocked him out. But I don’t think he and I punched in the foot.”
Durden on Mota’s resilience
“I’m in great shape. I’m ready. I’ve proven to anyone, anytime, anywhere. Credson Rodriguez quit six days ago. They gave me an opponent and that was Carlos Motta , I said, “I don’t care. “I messaged Dana White and said, ‘It doesn’t matter who you put out there, man. We’re fighting. This is how I feed my family. This is what I do. I don’t have a plan B. This is an A plan.”
Durden on what he wants next