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Joe Pyfer believes he will “be right back where he belongs’ with a UFC 303 win over Marc-Andre Barriault

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Joe Pyfer, the middleweight fighter in the UFC, is determined to reclaim his position after a recent loss. Let’s dive into his journey and what’s at stake in his upcoming bout against Marc-Andre Barriault at UFC 303.

The Rise and Setback

Pyfer made waves during Dana White’s Contender Series in 2022, earning the tagline “Be Joe Pyfer” from UFC CEO Dana White himself. His first three UFC fights showcased his finishing abilities, but a unanimous decision loss to Jack Hermansson in his fourth outing led to doubts and detractors.

Joe Pyfer Staying True to Himself

Despite the shift in public perception, Pyfer remains steadfast. He’s worked hard on his nutrition plan during this camp, aiming to bounce back against Barriault. Pyfer emphasizes that he didn’t get knocked out or choked out; it was a close decision loss. With only five UFC fights under his belt, he’s confident he’ll be back where he belongs with a win.

“The only thing that changed was the social media world, but nothing has changed in my heart and nothing has changed in my mind,” Pyfer told reporters at the UFC 303 media day. “… We live in a woke f*cking world with a bunch of little weak b*tches. So, I don’t have much respect for a lot of people that have to bite their tongue because it’s the social norm. Social norm doesn’t make it right, so there’s a lot of sh*t that I don’t f*ck with.”

Joe Pyfer

“Everybody’s acting like I got knocked out, choked out or something,” Pyfer said. “Bro, I lost a decision and I lost by one round, and in that third round, I got hit in the eyeball, couldn’t see the guy for the rest of the fight. So, it’s just people’s delusion. It’s like I lost by that much. Dude’s got 17 UFC fights, that was my fifth one, and I’m out there performing at that on my fifth fight.”

Joe Pyfer continued  “I’ll be right back where I belong, trust me.”

UFC 303 Odds

Joe Pyfer faces off against the dangerous Barriault at UFC 303. The odds favor Pyfer (-280), but Barriault (+240) is no pushover. Will Pyfer’s determination pay off? Fans eagerly await the outcome.

Redemption and Resilience

Criticism aside, Pyfer’s focus remains on redemption. His confidence in his abilities drives him forward, and he’s ready to prove himself once again. UFC 303 will reveal whether he can indeed be right back where he belongs.

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