Watch Eddie Alvarez Discuss His Thrilling, Come-From-Behind Win Over Eduard Folayang With Miesha Tate
Eddie Alvarez ended a two-fight losing skid in jaw-dropping fashion last August, by coming from behind to stop Eduard Folayang. Recently the former Bellator and UFC champ reflected on the pivotal bout, live, with Miesha Tate.
Things weren’t looking good for Eddie Alvarez, in the opening moments of his bout last August with former ONE champ, Eduard Folayang. But, the decorated fighter ended up scoring one of the year’s more memorable come-from-behind wins at “Dawn of Heroes”.
Well, recently Alvarez reflected on the pivotal victory, while watching the bout with fellow, former UFC champ Miesha Tate.
Alvarez admits he was in serious trouble
As you can see by watching the video below, Alvarez admits that he was in big, big trouble against Folayang, as a result of the latter’s leg kicks. But, thanks to some beautiful jiu-jitsu, Alvarez was able to record a jaw-dropping win.
The victory returned Alvarez to the win column, as heading into the bout the 36-year-old was coming off losses to Dustin Poirier and Timofey Nastyukhin.
The former Bellator and UFC champ discusses training under a quaratine
In the video, “The Underground King” also discusses his run with ONE Championship so far, and how he has adjusted his workouts at home as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.