LAS VEGAS – Trey Ogden hopes he gets his win money after the abrupt ending to his fight against Nikolas Motta. Ogden’s lightweight bout with Motta this past Saturday at UFC Fight Night 232 was ruled a no contest after referee Mike Beltran mistakenly thought Motta was out from Ogden’s arm-triangle choke in Round 3. Motta immediately got up and protested the stoppage. Ogden (16-6 MMA, 1-2 UFC) was up two rounds on two of the three judges’ scorecards. With dominant position secured on the ground, Ogden says he was en route to winning the fight had Beltran not made an error. “I’m just trying to keep my composure and be a professional,” Ogden told MMA Junkie and other reporters at the UFC Fight Night 232 post-fight news conference.

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Frustrated Trey Ogden pleads for full purse after referee blunder led to no contest at UFC Fight Night 232 – MMA Junkie

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