Diego Sanchez Details Beating Of Mickey Gall: “I Went Inside Him And Took His Virginity”

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Diego Sanchez Gives Wild Analysis Of His Win Over Mickey Gall At UFC 235

UFC Welterweight grappler Diego Sanchez is the last fighter from “The Ultimate Fighter 1,” still competing in the UFC is set to square off against Mike Chiesa this Saturday night (July 6, 2019) at UFC 239 PPV event from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Sanchez has won four of his previous seven fights. Most recently Sanchez put on an impressive performance as he battered Mickey Gall like an angry wolverine for two rounds and end the bout with a ground and pound game.

In a recent interview with MMAJunkie radio, “Nightmare” gives a detailed assessment of UFC 235 win claims he took Mickey Gall’s virginity.

“I got hit one time in the fight,” Sanchez began (H/T to BJ Penn). “I dominated. Poor Mickey Gall. I haven’t heard from him, where he is, what he’s doing, [about] his next fight… I haven’t heard nothing from him. That’s because I went inside him and I took his virginity — in a Dirty Sanchez kind of way.

“I gave him about five good knees to the anus and affected the hemorrhoidal system. That might have been why he had kidney failure in the fight, because all of the blood was down there in the lower region of his body. Them kidneys were just [slurping noise] sucking for that blood.

“Then I got him in the liver, a little blood would go to the liver, you know? Then I hit him right in the solar plexus chakra, bam! Shut down his universe, shut down his universe. I’ll be surprised if we see him back ever again in the same fashion when he was on the rise, because I took that rise boom. Now I’ve got the rise.”

Sanchez will look to add third straight win when he clashes against Michael Chiesa this Saturday. Chiesa jumped to 170-pounds recently after suffering back to back defeats at lightweight. He did well in his welterweight debut after submitting Carlos Condit with a one-arm kimura at UFC 232.

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