Cosmo Alexandre Sounds Off On MMA Fans For ‘Talking Trash At Sage Northcutt’

Cosmo Northcutt
Cosmo Northcutt

Cosmo Alexandre ‘Sad’ After Knowing Sage Northcutt Had Long Surgery

A former UFC contender ‘Super’ Sage Northcutt made his debut last weekend at “Enter the Dragon” against Brazilian kickboxer Cosmo Alexandre. However, Northcutt failed to impress as he suffered a brutal loss after eating a vicious right hook from ‘Good Boy’ with just 29 seconds into their contest. Following his defeat, Northcutt took a trip to the hospital which revealed he suffered multiple facial fractures and undergone 9-hour long surgery to take care of the damage.

“Good Boy” isn’t celebrating the defeat of his opponent Northcutt who’s currently laying on the hospital bed recovering from surgery. We can assume he isn’t mean like MMA fans who’re passing on boasting comments about Sage following the ONE debut.

”When I got back to the hotel there were a lot of messages online, people talking trash at him,” Alexandre told MMA Fighting. “I honestly don’t know why. I can’t understand why people hate him so much. I don’t know if it’s because he’s good looking, like a model. I can’t understand, and I don’t like that. I asked people to stop tagging me on those messages.”

 Urijah Faber was present at Northcutt’s corner in Singapore details the seriousness of his injury that during the operation they had to remove “30 different pieces of bone fragments from his face.”

Cosmo only found out Northcutt’s injury when latter posted on Instagram.

”The next day I heard that he had a long surgery. I hate that, man,” Alexandre said. “I’m doing my job there, to go in there and win. I know we can get hurt, but nothing that serious. I was sad because that’s his job, and I don’t wish that to anyone.”

Northcutt didn’t provide any update on how long he’d stay in the hospital and a timetable for a return to the cage.

Published on May 23, 2019 at 10:13 am
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