Oh, look at that, folks! UFC lightweight veteran Jared Gordon decided to grace us with his presence after his knockout win over Mark O. Madsen at UFC 295. I mean, it’s not every day that a former heroin addict becomes a UFC fighter. And what better place to share his insights than in the hustle and bustle of New York City?
Now let’s get down to business and hear all about Gordon’s supposed journey from drug addict to professional athlete. I’m sure it will be an absolute delight.
First off, Jared had some choice words regarding the legacy of his controversial loss to Paddy Pimblett. Ah yes, nothing like reliving past defeats for your viewing pleasure. But hey, at least he didn’t disappoint this time around by knocking out Madsen!
Next up on the hit list is none other than Tony Ferguson, who apparently has been training with David Goggin. Can you believe it? It’s almost as shocking as discovering a penguin waddling through Central Park.
But wait, there’s more! Gordon also graced reporters with pearls of wisdom about the ever-so-fascinating topic of post-fight celebrations – should fighters really go wild or keep it classy?
In conclusion, we are truly blessed to have witnessed such profound musings from Mr. Gordon himself.
And that concludes today’s lesson on “How To Be A Star UFC Fighter: The Jared Gordon Edition.” Tune in next time for more riveting tales from octagon warriors.
Jared Gordon on going from shooting heroin under MSG to winning at UFC 295