Beneil Dariush has referred to as out Justin Gaethje and Islam Makhachev after a dominant win at UFC 262 over Tony Ferguson. Dariush labored Ferguson for 3 straight rounds throughout their co-main occasion bout and now has his sights set on his subsequent potential opponent.
Throughout his post-fight press convention at UFC 262, Beneil Dariush said that he would observe how the panorama modifications within the light-weight division inside the subsequent few months.
Dariush referred to as out each Gaethje and Makhachev and jokingly billed ‘The Spotlight’ as “the scared man.” Dariush additionally does not perceive the logic behind the upcoming battle booked between Makhachev and Thiago Moises.
“We gotta see how the panorama modifications within the subsequent couple of months. Dustin is combating Conor, huge battle clearly, attainable #1 contender. Justin “the scared man” Gaethje, he’s on deck and he needs blood, so he is on the market. Who else is there? Islam is combating Thiago Moises, I do not get that battle however I assume he could not battle anyone. Islam is up there, he’s a contender. We simply gotta take note of who’s gonna be there obtainable for me. I am pondering like, both December or subsequent yr.”
Beneil Dariush concluded his assertion by claiming that followers might anticipate him to return to the octagon in both December or subsequent yr. The light-weight contender is predicted to take a while off from the competitors to spend priceless time along with his household. Dariush and his spouse predict their first baby quickly.
Beneil Dariush registered the largest win of his profession at UFC 262
Within the co-main occasion of UFC 262, Beneil Dariush shared the stage with former interim UFC light-weight champion Tony Ferguson. ‘Benny D’ bought the higher of Ferguson and outworked ‘El Cucuy’ for 3 straight rounds to get his hand raised by the top of the bout.
The win was fairly presumably probably the most important victory of Dariush’s profession. Shifting ahead, the rising light-weight fighter will purpose to share the octagon with a fighter of an identical caliber or higher.