Sorry to the haters, Triad Combat is here to stay – ‘UFC will be worried’

Dana White better stores melatonin.

The UFC president begins to lose sleep over the revolutionary new fighting sport called “Triad Combat,” Dada 5000’s Triller’s Mixed MMA-Boxing hosted its inaugural event last weekend in Arlington, Texas, featuring exciting youngsters like Frank Mir and Matt Mitrione, just to name a few.

Leading the team of MMA fighters was former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton Jackson, who went up against former boxing champion Shannon Briggs and his team. At the end of the night, Team MMA took home more wins along with the trio’s bragging rights, for whatever it was worth.

“It was something new; I think it’s here to stay,” Jackson said MMA Junkie. “I think the UFC will be worried about this. I don’t know what Dana White’s reaction will be. I think the UFC and Bellator should be worried right now, to be honest. ”

Mir was stopped by Kubrat Pulev in the opening bracket and Mitrione was boxed for all three rounds, so I guess Triller will have to make another trip to the MMA graveyard to exhume any fresh bodies. left over. On a brighter note, former UFC wild Mike Perry survived the fight against Michael Seals for a decisive win.

Triller claims 20,000 fans filled the Globe Life Arena in Arlington, but how many of those in attendance were only there for the Metallica concert that took place after Triad Combat is unknown. Either way, it looks like Triller is gearing up for another run in early 2022.

For complete Triad Combat results and video highlights, click here. Sorry to the haters, Triad Combat is here to stay – ‘UFC will be worried’

Dustin Huang

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