UFC 203: Fabricio Werdum Explains Kicking Travis Browne’s Coach, Edmond Tarverdyan


After Fabricio Werdum defeated Travis Browne at UFC 203, there was a heated exchange in the Octagon with Browne’s coach, Edmond Tarverdyan.

At the UFC 203 post-fight press conference, Werdum explained what happened, why he kicked Tarverdyan and why he doesn’t take blame for the incident.

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108 Comments on "UFC 203: Fabricio Werdum Explains Kicking Travis Browne’s Coach, Edmond Tarverdyan"

  1. What a jerk ! He 's 6'3" deuce and a half and he kicks a guy who weighs 100 lb less than he does … " oh the guy was yelling at me ! " Any other place ,Werdum would have been arrested for that . If I were to kick all the people who yelled at me… Travis Browne is class act ,he did not engage in his garbage . Hope Werdum gets a steep fine for that

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