Tracy Lee/Combat Lifestyle
UFC middleweight Cung Le has heard the call for retirement from mixed martial arts (MMA) fans and kindly asks that you keep your opinion to yourself. It's his career, not yours. Respect!
"That really upsets me. I mean, a lot of people said that I should have retired after Wanderlei Silva, but if I would have taken everyone's advice and retired, then they wouldn't have had two more great fights against Patrick Cote and Rich Franklin. I think people should keep their opinions to themselves and let the fighters decide their own careers. It's the fighters that step in that Octagon to entertain everyone. We, as fighters, come to put it all on the line and fight our hearts out, and people should respect that, and keep their comments to themselves."
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) middleweight 'Macao' main eventer Cung Le (via Bloody Elbow) puts the mixed martial arts (MMA) fan base on blast following his jaw-dropping finale against former division kingpin Rich Franklin at the UFC on FUEL TV 6 main event last Saturday (Nov. 10, 2012) at the CotaiArena in the People's Republic of China. The 40-year-old Sanshou striker has now won two straight fights in one of the promotion's toughest weight classes and doesn't want to hear your opinion on when is the right time for him to hang up the gloves. Capisce? See Le put "Ace" in his place right here.