UFC 224: When Should A Fighter’s Corner Throw In The Towel?

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“I’m done!” Even though Raquel Pennington wanted out of her world title fight against Amanda Nunes at UFC 224, which took place inside Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on May 12, 2018, between the fourth and fifth rounds, her corner team wouldn’t allow her to quit on the stool. Their insistence that she return to the Octagon sparked serious controversy because moments later Nunes poured on the pressure, turning Pennington’s face into a blood-soaked mess. So when should a fighter’s corner encourage him or her to keep fighting, and when should they throw in the towel?

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