UFC 224’s Cezar Mutante Calls Borrachinha A “Fake Star.” Talks Mentor Vitor Belfort’s Retirement

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant spoke via Skype with UFC Middleweight Cezar Mutante and heard what he had to say about his victory over Karl Roberson at UFC 224. Cezar talks about his strategy in the fight, the injuries he’s overcome in his MMA career and his plans to climb the middleweight rankings. Cezar also explains why he called out Paulo “Borrachinha” Costa a “fake star,” and he reflects on his mentor Vitor Belfort’s career and retirement.

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4 Comments on "UFC 224’s Cezar Mutante Calls Borrachinha A “Fake Star.” Talks Mentor Vitor Belfort’s Retirement"

  1. Another great interview by KB & MMA HEAT. The UFC can take my money for Mutante vs. Borrachinha. I can't believe Jorge Masvidal beat Cezar. That or Elias. Cezar looks like a guy who can beat a man senseless.

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    Borrachinha X Murante would be a good fight, makes all sense, the guys have the same level a similar carter.
    The problem is that Borrachinha is a good looking guy and because of this he is more marketable. Ufc tends to push/protect more those fights.

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