Twitter reacts to Cody Durden’s racist comment on UFC Vegas 43 – Post World

Cody Durden may have won his flyweight bout against Chinese fighter Qileng Aori live today (Sat, Nov 20, 2021) at UFC Vegas 43 ESPN+ from inside UFC Apex in Las Vegas, Nevada, but the Georgian-born lost a ton of fans in the process.

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returns to UFC APEX in Las Vegas, Nevada with a showcase match of the women’s bantamweight as the No. 7 contender on Saturday, November 20, 2021. Ketlen Jakobsmuschel, takes on No. 8 all together Miesha Tate. At the co-main event of UFC Vegas 43, the welterweight grappling specialists set themselves 6th place as contenders Michael Church looks to derail the up and coming Sean Brady (No. 13).

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The fight itself was an exchange of blows with two fighters trying to claim their first Octagon victory. Durden took an early lead with his wrestling before getting tired and giving Qileng some big punches to the feet. In the third and decisive round, Durden was able to bring the fight back on the ground to secure the unanimous decision victory.

Durden’s performance was well and good, but it was his post-fight comment that got everyone to his head.

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