Tracy Cortez talks recent UFC fight cancellation, opens up about struggles with depression

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UFC’s Tracy Cortez has opened up about her struggles with her mental health.

Cortez was pulled from UFC Orlando bout.


Cortez was scheduled to take on Amanda Ribas at the UFC Orlando event earlier this month. Just after weighing in, Cortez was mysteriously pulled from the fight due to undisclosed health concerns.

Almost a month has passed by and Cortez has finally broken her silence. On Sunday, the UFC flyweight took to her Instagram page to release a statement (both verbally and written).

Take a look at both statements below.

WMMA Rankings wishes Tracy Cortez all the best in her road to recovery and hope to see her in the cage once she is ready.

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One thought on “Tracy Cortez talks recent UFC fight cancellation, opens up about struggles with depression

  1. Yes, but Tracy has said on twitter that her fight with Ribas was pulled because of a physical problem, and not because of whatever mental struggles she may have. Whatever the issue may be, let’s wish her all the best and let’s hope that we’ll see her back in the cage as soon as possible (but not a day sooner).

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