Nate Landwehr: ‘The Train’ Rolls On

That momentum saw him handed a big opportunity, against longtime featherweight contender Ige at UFC 289. Despite a competitive showing, Landwehr came off second best on the scorecards as he lost out to “50k” in Vancouver.

Now Landwehr is looking to bounce back from defeat, and he’s taking a grounded approach to his situation.

“It’s 50-50. Half the roster lost their last fight, man. It’s no big deal,” he said.

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“I mean, it sucks, but I picked a fight with number 13 (in the world), and came up short. It is what it is.

“Everybody wants it back, I got beat. I got beat up. What do you want me to say? He got me. If we fought 10 times, who knows what the odds would be, but I gotta say it – even if the top 10 fought, five of them have got to lose. Alexander Volkanovski is coming off two losses, and he’s one of the best ever.

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