Jeremy Stephens reacts after winless skid hits six

Jeremy Stephens desire to make something right after experiencing the fastest loss of his career at UFC on ESPN 26.

Although Stephens (28-19 MMA, 15-18 UFC) holds the octagonal record for most career losses, Saturday’s result to Mateusz Gamrot (19-1 MMA, 2-1 UFC) at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas added the sting. Everything is over in just 65 seconds.

Stephens was hit in the back very early in the match, and before he knew it, Gamrot locked the kimura causing “Lil ‘Heathen” to be mined for the first time since February 2009.

It wasn’t a banner night for Stephens, who later stated he wanted to go back to the cage immediately and put this loss behind him (via Twitter):

Feeling I let a lot of people down tonight. Not my best performance, congratulations to Gamrot and his team. Hope to be back soon to show the world what I’ve created once again. 🙏🏽

Stephens, 35, is currently experiencing the worst drought of his career. He has not won in his past six matches and has not raised a hand since February 2018.

After a long stint in the featherweight division, Stephens returned to lightweight for the clash with Gamrot. However, it did not help change his luck, because he lost decisively.

Jeremy Stephens wants quick return after he ‘let a lot of people down’ with UFC on ESPN 26 loss


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