Brad Pickett is All Class, his opponent Vera shows much respect

Brad Pickett is all class
LONDON, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 27: Brad 'One Punch' Pickett of England awaits the result after fighting Francisco 'Cisco' Rivera of the USA in their Bantamweight bout during the UFC Fight Night held at at Indigo at The O2 Arena on February 27, 2016 in London, England. (Photo by Dean Mouhtaropoulos/Zuffa LLC/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)

Brad Pickett is all Class. Despite ending his career in an undesirable manner in London, he doesn’t leave the sport as a loser. Fans were cheering for the nicknamed “One Punch” Brad Pickett.  The loss definitely stings a competitor like him. Pickett proved himself and made his way to the UFC. When he got there, he had an up and down nature to his win-loss record, mostly losses at the end. Pickett had won only one of his last seven bouts and he knew his career was coming to an end. Ending his career in London with a win is all you can ask for if you are Picket.

Why does this sting so much? Well, according to the always unreliable judges, he was ahead on the scorecards, and there was a huge consensus that he was up on points going into the final five-minute round of his career. And then this happened….

Here is a look at where the judges had the fight going into the third round.

Emotions were running high in the octagon. Not just for Picket, but for Marlon Vera who had so much respect fighting him.

Brad Pickett is all class.

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