Alexander Hernandez Believes He Won ‘2.5 Rounds’ vs. Thiago Moises at UFC Fight Night 186

By Tristen Critchfield Mar 2, 2021

Upon further review, Alexander Hernandez believes he deserved to win his lightweight clash with Thiago Moises at UFC Fight Night 186.

The San Antonio Texas native released a statement on Monday via Instagram regarding Saturday’s unanimous decision loss. All three cageside judges sided with Moises after three rounds: 30-27, 30-27 and 29-28.

“Silence the commentary, watch this fight, and convince me I didn’t win 2 1/2 of 3 rounds,” Hernandez wrote. “It’s extremely difficult to rationalize and agree with the outcome, but it is the outcome. Three more fights to come this year. Onward.”

While the fight was competitive — Moises only held a 53-to-50 edge in significant strikes landed — all 21 unofficial media scorers tracked by agreed with the judges and submitted tallies for the ex-Resurrection Fighting Alliance champion.

“Just getting used to being in the Octagon, I train at ATT, the best in the world,” Moises said. “I get better every day, so I can’t wait to see five years from now where I’ll be at. I’m not surprised, I was supposed to dominate him. I know my skillset, I trust my coaches, my training partners — I knew I was going to dominate him.”

Hernandez has now lost three of his last five UFC appearances.

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