Ukrainian fighter Maryna Moroz delivers emotional post-fight speech following win at UFC 272 (Video)

Maryna Moroz, UFC 272
Maryna Moroz wins at UFC 272

Ukrainian MMA fighter Maryna Moroz delivered an emotional post-fight speech following her spectacular submission win at UFC 272.

Moroz (11-3 MMA) squared off with Mariya Agapova (10-3 MMA) on the prelims of tonight’s UFC 272 event in Las Vegas.

Maryna had entered the contest sporting a two-fight winning streak, having scored victories over Sabina Mazo and Mayra Bueno Silva in her most previous efforts.

Agapova, meanwhile, had last competed in October of 2021, where she scored a submission win over Sabina Mazo.

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Maryna Moroz was able to overcome adversity in unforgettable fashion this evening, earning a second round submission victory (arm-triangle choke) over Mariya Agapova.

Following her amazing performance, Moroz was given the microphone from Joe Rogan and proceeded to deliver the following emotional speech.

“My family is in Ukraine. I had a hard week. I worried, I cried, because my family is right now in a bad situation. Thank you to everyone who messaged me, because this week was hard for me. I want to cry because of this war my country is in.”

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Prior to tonight’s contest, Maryna Moroz spoke with ‘TMZ Sports‘ about what is happening in her homeland and she had a direct message for the Russian President, Vladimir Putin:

“F**k you, bitch! I love my country. Don’t touch Ukraine!”

Moroz went on to comment:

“It’s hard time for Ukraine. I want to support my country, my president, whole army in Ukraine, and I want to say we don’t want war. I worry about my family right now.”

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What did you think of Maryna Moroz’s submission victory over Mariya Agapova at tonight’s UFC 272 event? Share your thoughts in the comment section below.

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