Lina Lansberg still not happy about last October’s TKO loss to Aspen Ladd, says even the UFC apologized to her for the result

Lina Lansberg picked up her second UFC victory on Sunday at the Fight Night 130 in Liverpool, England, outworking Gina Mazany for the unanimous decision win.

Lansberg does not believe she truly lost to Aspen Ladd last November.

Lansberg (8-3) spoke to the media after the big win and one thing which was still on her mind is her controversial TKO loss to Aspen Ladd at last October’s UFC Fight Night 118 event. Many fans felt as though the referee shouldn’t have stopped the fight when he did and Lansberg agrees, in fact she claims even the UFC had to apologize to her for the loss.

My last fight was a really strange one you know. The referee stopped the fight for pretty much nothing. The UFC gave me an apology afterwards. It’s always hard to lose but sometimes you need to remember that it’s not always up to you, you can’t control everything. But of course you learn from all of it and I’m trying to get better and better both in fights and in training. I have more and more experience in how the training is going to be able to affect me in the best way.” Lansberg said.

The “Elbow Queen” also discussed her thoughts on her performance against Gina Mazany, as well as who and where she wants to fight next. Click HERE for more.

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UFC Fight Night 130 took place on Sunday May 27 from the Echo Arena in Liverpool, England, United Kingdom. The preliminary card featuring Lansberg vs. Mazany aired live on Fox Sports 1 from 11am EST.


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