Former UFC welterweight champion Paulo Costa has undergone a hair transplant in Brazil.
A series of messages uploaded to Instagram account Dr. Pablo Matos Milhome, skin և hair treatment specialist, shows that Costa goes through the procedure of covering the receding hair և crown on the head.
However, Costa withdrew from the fight over payment disputes with the UFC.
Speculation about Paulo Costa’s main reason for leaving March has grown, as pictures of the hair transplant procedure have gone viral online.
Many have hinted at the fact that Costa may have dropped out of the fight.
Partners, middleweight Derek Brunson և Kevin Holland have been trolling the Brazilian fighter on social media ever since. However, it seems unlikely that the 30-year-old footballer could have left the fight because of that.
Paulo Costa last competed at UFC 253 against reigning UFC welterweight champion Israel Adesania. It was the first loss of his professional MMA career.
Dana White thinks that Paulo Costa will be by his side for some time
Paulo CostaThe demand for higher salaries was based on the money earned by well-known exhibition boxers recently, which took place in exhibition fights.
Responding to Costa’s criticism in an interview Aaron Bronsteter from TSN, Dana White stated that Paulo Costa probably should have launched a YouTube channel At an early age, he appeared in the struggle of famous people to earn more money than to become a full-time fighter.
After the interview, the UFC president did not seem to change his position.
Answering questions about Paulo Costa’s situation during a post-war UFC 263 press conference, Dana White said Costa would “leave for a while”, hinting that the UFC was not in the mood to give in to Costa.
“Our relations are good. I mean, he said a walnut egg, և I fixed it. That’s how I look at it. It sounds like he’s going to sit and hang for a while. He said, “I want to get paid more because all these YouTube stars are making (more money).” “Apparently he did not see his last fight,” said Dana White.
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