Ian Garry Says He Knew ‘Scumbag’ Neil Magny Was Done After His ‘First Two Kicks’

"The Future" elatedly savors his UFC 292 win over Magny with pride.

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  • Ian Garry reflected on his UFC 292 win over Neil Magny
  • “The Future” revealed what “The Haitian Sensation” told him in their mid-fight verbal exchange 

UFC rising star Ian Garry is having the time of his life following his UFC 292 decision victory over Neil Magny. After the fight, “The Future” looked back and boasted about how easy it was for him to maul his opponent right from the jump.

Neil knew he faced a better fighter than Him

Speaking to the media in his post-fight presser, Garry bragged that he knew Magny wouldn’t be able to match him as soon as he threw his “first two kicks” in the early going. He also pointed out that he could’ve gotten a finish but he used his “intelligence” and didn’t make a mistake.

“I f**king told you guys, I’m so good and I don’t sit here like a d**khead saying that. I mean it, I know it, I’ve trained with the best in the world. I know what I’m capable of. I know what I’m able to go in there and do against these people – my timing, my speed is just different. But it’s my intelligence. It’s my intelligence. Today, I could’ve absolutely went and got the finish, or I could’ve ended up getting f**king choked out because I was silly and I made a mistake. So what I did was I just took my time. I clinically just disposed of him in every single which way,” Garry reflected.

“I put him on his ass twice in a row. The first two kicks in the fight, the first two shots in exchanges,” he added. “I was like, ‘Oh my goodness, this is gonna be a long night for you.’ That guy’s going home in a wheel chair, and I f**king said it. Tonight he is being walked home by someone in a wheel chair, and he’s gonna go home, and he’s gonna sit and reflect on everything he’s ever f**king done in life. I whooped his ass tonight, and he better sit there and think, ‘F**k, I might need to change my life.’”

A disrespectful fighter deserved it

Garry further revealed what he said to Magny during their heated verbal exchange between the second and third rounds. According to “The Future,” “The Haitian Sensation” was already being disrespectful even before the fight and even though he could do the same thing, he chose to be the opposite.

“He said, ‘Get the f**kout of my face,” Garry said about the mid-fight exchange. “I said, ‘F**k you, b***h, telling me what to do.’ When I went to him at the very end, I said, ‘Hey, respect after battle.’ I respect any man that’s willing to step into the octagon with me. You have to. You have to respect someone. Firstly, Neil took the fight on seven days’ notice, but also, I took the fight on seven days’ notice. There’s not many people who do that. I went from two opposite ends of the spectrum and I showed up and I made that happen.”

“Magny’s a scumbag and I’m glad I f**king went out and gave him a hiding,” he added. “Because the sh*t he said at that press conference to you guys—I don’t know how none of you picked up on that right away—the first second I heard that, I was like, ‘What did he just say?’ I paused it, ‘Sorry, sorry, sorry, I must have misunderstood that. I watched it again and I was like, ‘Oh my! You cannot say something like that and get away with that.’… Look, my baby is sat over in the corner over there. I know, for my life, I was a pest as a kid. Look at me, I’m the exact type of person that’s going to cause trouble. I got f**king whacked with a wooden spoon, that doesn’t mean I go and f**king do it to him. No, you break the cycle.”

“If you want to be better and you want to change the world, don’t do what you don’t want done to you. Break the f**king cycle,” he pointed out. “Be a better human, be a better man, and let’s change the f**king world, and don’t ever, ever, ever touch a f**king kid. That’s my attitude and I don’t think there’s anyone in this room that’s going to f**king disagree with me and if you do, come talk to me.”

The win over Magny saw Garry improving his undefeated pro MMA record to 13-0. Prior to UFC 292, “The Future” stunned MMA fans with his beautiful head-kick KO win over Daniel Rodriguez at UFC Charlotte. He has now been unbeaten in all of his six trips to the Octagon and is edging closer to breaking into the welterweight division’s Top 10.

Published on August 21, 2023 at 11:45 am
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