(Video) Ukraine’s Maryna Moroz Sends Heartfelt Message Following UFC 272 Win

Moroz made it three wins in a row after a second-round submission victory over Mariya Agapova in the UFC 272 prelims.

Maryna Moroz

Ukraine’s Maryna Moroz delivered an emotional speech following her win at UFC 272 last night.

Moroz made it three wins in a row after submitting Mariya Agapova with an arm triangle choke in the second round of their women’s strawweight contest.

Of course, there was a lot more on her mind than just preparing for the fight given Russia’s ongoing invasion of her home country of Ukraine.

Leading up to UFC 272, Morov sent a strong message to Russia president Vladimir Putin as well as sharing concern for her family back home.

She would do the same in her post-fight interview:

“If you know, my country have war right now, and my family is in Ukraine,” Moroz said. “I had a hard week. I worried. I cried because my family right now is in a bad situation.

“Thank you for everyone who messaged and supported me because this week was hard for me. I wanted to cry because of this war in my country. Thank you, everyone!”

Maryna Moroz Wants To Save Family

Moroz would go into more detail about her family’s situation in the post-fight press conference.

“I’m nervous about my mother. I don’t want Russian people to come and kill my family,” Said at post fight presser. “Many of my friends die right now. Russian army are killing. And I feel terrible. Every day I’m feel, thinking, somebody come and kill my family. I don’t want. I want people to stop this. I want to save my family.”

Hopefully, no harm comes to Moroz’s family and friends, and the situation in Ukraine eventually comes to an end soon.

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