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Alex Morono good with current fighter pay in UFC: ‘They’re paying me good money’

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DALLAS. While many critics talk about the salaries of UFC fighters, Alex Morono not one of them.

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The veteran UFC welterweight returns this Saturday when he takes on Matthew Semelsberger on the tournament’s preliminary card. UFC 277. Morono (21-7 MMA, 10-4 UFC), who is currently on a three-fight winning streak, revealed that he is now on his fifth UFC contract and is more than happy with the type of wallets he gets for his fights.

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“I’m one of the few fighters who is comfortable with a fighter’s salary,” Moreno told reporters at UFC 277 media day on Wednesday. “They pay me good money – so much that when I don’t win, and I haven’t experienced it for some time and don’t plan to experience it anytime soon, but my stomach hurts when I don’t collect that other half. payment. So that’s a good incentive.

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“In MMA, winning is everything. It really is. If you train, prepare and fight just to win, then you will fight at a disadvantage.”

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Morono’s 2021 has been three wins in a row. In this segment, he defeated such famous personalities as Donald Cerrone and Mickey Gall. He also received a $50,000 Performance of the Night award for stopping Cerrone.

Meanwhile, Semelsberger (10-3 MMA, 4-1 UFC) wins straight over Martin Sano Jr. and AJ Fletcher. Before that, he lost to Chaos Williams.

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Source: sports.yahoo.com

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