Bobby Green had quite the tirade before walking out of his UFC Vegas 71 post-fight press conference after his bout with Jared Gordon went from a KO to a no-contest.
Safe to assume Bobby Green is unhappy?
Green was involved in probably the most controversial fight at UFC Vegas 71, as he took on Jared Gordon.
The finish of the fight saw Green throw a left hook and knocking Gordon down before swarming and finishing him with ground-and-pound late in the first round.
However, referee Keith "No Nonsense" Peterson missed Green and Gordon's heads clashing in the exchange. After a review at cageside from the Nevada State Athletic Commission, the bout's ruling ultimately went from a first-round knockout for Green to a no-contest.
Addressing the media following his fight, Green was asked by FanSided MMA's Amy Kaplan about his immediate feelings. And Green was quite blunt, claiming he was being screwed out of his money.
Bobby Green says he's being robbed out of win money after UFC Vegas 71 fight with Jared Gordon goes from KO win to a no-contest
"F*** it; we're going to let some feelings out today," Green said at his UFC Vegas 71 post-fight press conference. "F*** this, f*** this and f*** this. I get it, we f***ing clashed heads. I was trying to go for an elbow, and he kind of dipped his head and we kind of clashed. But, he was still f***ing moving.
"He was trying to put me in a f***ing triangle. I fought the triangle s*** off, and he was still moving fine. And then after I busted his a**, then he was f***ed up. He was still straight. Man, they want to try and slide me out of my money. That's what I'm mad about. I need my money, bro. I need my money."
Green is now 2-2 (1 NC) in his last five fights. His last victory came at UFC 271 last year, defeating Nasrat Haqparast.
Gordon is now 4-2 (1 NC) in his last seven.