UFC 163 Results: Twitter Reacts to Jose Aldo vs. the Korean Zombie
UFC 163 is in the books, and the less-than-highly anticipated card turned out to be a strange one, thanks predominantly to a fourth-round shoulder injury to "The Korean Zombie" that led to a Jose Aldo stoppage win.
The co-main event was also a strange one, as Lyoto Machida was defeated by Phil Davis via unanimous decision. Only problem? Many felt Machida was robbed.
Plenty of individuals went to Twitter to make their opinions be heard. Here are the best tweets from Jose Aldo vs. The Korean Zombie:
NO WAY Phil Davis beat Lyoto Machida @ufc 163. Machida won evry round. Out pointed him. Controlled octagon. 2 late rd takedowns not enuff.— Stuart Scott (@StuartScott) August 4, 2013
Okay, so this tweet doesn't have anything to do with the main event. But Stuart Scott is not too thrilled with the Machida-Davis decision. He's not alone.
Walking dead octagon edition #ufc 163— Demetrious Johnson (@MightyMouseUFC) August 4, 2013
It certainly seemed like an episode of The Walking Dead. The Korean Zombie actually attempted to put his injured shoulder back in place...mid-fight:
Two minutes into the fourth, Zombies shoulder popped out, had the heart of a champion but Aldo just finished him. Korean Zombie was winning— Owen McFadden (@OwenMcFadden2) August 4, 2013
To be fair, Aldo was winning the fight handily heading into the fourth frame. But the injury prevents any type of closure.
That shoulder injury was just unlucky for the Korean Zombie. Hopefully he makes a great comeback #UFC163— Tyren Arzaga (@CornelWestside) August 4, 2013
Even with the loss, "The Korean Zombie" remains a fan favorite.
Korean Zombie asking for a rematch, Aldo injuried his right foot plus KZ injuried his right shoulder so this rematch got total sense— 1Wz (@1WzWz1) August 4, 2013
Aldo appeared to be dealing with an injury of his own, but a rematch sounds plausible.
Korean Zombie, more man than I will ever be. Tried to pop separated shoulder back into place during a fight. Super manly.— Jeremy Botter (@jeremybotter) August 4, 2013
That pretty much sums things up.
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