Brunno Ferreira calls Out His next Opponent After a spinning-elbow KO Victory at UFC on ESPN 57

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Brazilian middleweight fighter Brunno Ferreira made a huge statement at UFC on ESPN 57 with a jaw-dropping spinning-elbow knockout. After dispatching Dustin Stoltzfus in the first round, Ferreira wasted no time in issuing a challenge to famed prospect Bo Nickal. Let’s dive into the details of this exciting callout.

Brunno Ferreira’s performance was nothing short of spectacular. He landed a perfectly timed spinning back elbow that left Stoltzfus unconscious. The crowd at KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Ky., erupted in awe as Ferreira showcased his power and precision.

Brunno Ferreira Talks About His Next Opponent

In his post-fight interview, Brunno Ferreira addressed commentator Paul Felder and the UFC audience. He emphasized his judo background, having been a black belt and a former athlete in Brazil’s national team. Ferreira then challenged the UFC:

“I’ve shown my power in the division, but I come from judo,” Ferreira told commentator Paul Felder. “I’ve said this many times: I’m an excellent judoka, I’m a black belt, and a former athlete in Brazil’s national team. I want to issue the UFC a challenge: What do you guys think about judo vs. wrestling? Come on, Bo Nickal.”

Speaking backstage, Ferreira revealed that the knockout was part of their game plan. His team had identified an opening, and the spinning elbow was executed flawlessly. He received a well-deserved $50,000 Performance of the Night bonus for his finish.

Ferreira summed up his feelings: “I feel like it’s mission accomplished – the job has been done.” Despite overcoming injuries and challenges, he left UFC on ESPN 57 with a smile on his face. The callout has set the stage for an intriguing matchup between Ferreira and Nickal. Fans eagerly await the UFC’s response to this exciting challenge.

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