UFC star Court McGee branded 'f***ing savage' for fixing his own BROKEN nose mid-fight vs Carlos Condit at Fight Island
COURT McGEE has been branded a "f***ing savage" after fixing his own broken nose in the middle of his UFC fight.
Opponent Carlos Condit, who won the bout by unanimous decision, was shocked by the UFC Fight Island 4 incident.
The judges' scores were 30-27 across the board after Condit broke McGee's nose in the first round.
Asked whether McGee's nose became a target in the latter stages of the fight, the Natural Born Killer explained how he watched his rival fix his injury mid-fight.
Condit said: "Well this dude fixed it himself, he's a f***ing savage.
"I think I forgot about it because it wasn't crooked any more.
"But dude, what a gangster."
Condit showed flashes of his prime in an all-action encounter with McGee, who kept the fight competitive despite losing all three rounds.
The win was Condit's first since a TKO against Thiago Alves in May 2015, and snapped a five-fight losing streak.
Condit said: "It's been a long one, I've had some ups and downs.
"Next step forward, whatever it is, keep working, focus on what I’ve got to do. Take care of business."
Condit vs McGee closed out the preliminary card at Abu Dhabi's Flash Forum at Yas Island.
In the headline bout of the evening, Holly Holm beat Irene Aldana by unanimous decision.
Holm eased to a dominant win over the highly touted Mexican to register consecutive victories for the first time since starting her career with a ten-match winning streak.
Prior to that, Germaine de Randamie picked up a submission of Julianna Pena, leading to speculation Holm could target a rematch with the Dutch fighter for her next fight.
The pair fought to a controversial decision in February 2017, with de Randamie winning the inaugural women's featherweight title.
Elsewhere on the main card, Kyler Phillips and Dusko Todorovic won by TKO against Cameron Else and Dequan Townsend respectively, while Carlos Felipe also defeated Yorgan De Castro by unanimous decision.
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