The fights at UFC 246 took place on Saturday evening in the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.
UFC strawweight Felice Herrig, who was not involved in any of the games in this event, was later given a job when she allegedly exchanged blows with a woman who stopped in traffic to get a cent. Herrig described the fight in an Instagram story.
"Just so we all know I'm innocent," said Herrig, according to MMA junkie. "So a girl stopped in the middle of traffic in Vegas. I thought, "What the hell?" It was for a penny. Then I gave her (explaining) about it. I mean, "It's just a penny." Then she got angry and then she stood in my face.
"I said," You should probably hit me if you want, "and she (explicitly) hit me. Then I hit her on the back twice. She gave me a bloody nose and I never bled my own blood. I was very upset. "
Her friend was also left with a black eye, her friend said in the video.
Herrig, who has a 14-8 MMA record and is 5-3 in the UFC, said she tried unsuccessfully to get security.
"I was waiting for Vegas Security to come and save us – and they never did," said Herrig. "Well, it was (explicit). I said, "Um, well, I don't want to be too violent and hurt her so much because I get in trouble." Security, come to an end. "They never did, so that's kind of shit."
After a night of fighting in which Conor McGregor kicked Donald "Cowboy" Cerrone out of the tournament in 40 seconds, Herrig was satisfied with her own skirmish on the streets of Vegas.
"My beautiful hair is still intact," said Herrig. "I tried desperately to save that and my knee. I didn't want her to explode with my knee, so I did what I had to do to end the situation. I hit her in the face a few times. I made her run away a little bit (explicitly). She didn't want any of that. "