We’ve seen plenty of UFC fighters check out the commentary recently. We have seen commentators test the commentary. Recently, Dominic Cruz and Daniel Cormier quarreled after Cruz accused his boyfriend of not doing his homework.
Another commentator, Paul Felder, has come under criticism over the past 12 months. UFC Middleweight title challenger Marvin Vettori went so far as to pledge to face Felder at the UFC Apex for what he considered a biased interpretation. It is not clear whether this really happened.
Alexander Rakic is the latest fighter to be unhappy with Felder’s on-the-job job. The third-ranked UFC light heavyweight recently appeared to sub-tweet Felder, saying that if John Anik, Dominic Cruz and Michael Bisping were working on the event, they would not have to mute the audio.
‘The Irish Dragon’ is off the list because he believes Rakic is not keen on his interpretation. He responded to Rakic, “Say what you want to say. Is it a third-degree crush? Tell me you don’t like my commentary and I’ll tell you some of your quarrels.
Just say what you want to say. Is it a third-degree crush? Tell me you don’t like my commentary and I’ll tell you some of your quarrels
– Paul Felder (@felderpaul) January 9, 2022
Rakic is 14-2 and is currently scheduled to face champion John Blachowicz, who recently stepped down from the throne in the main event on March 26.
Rakic, who hopes to earn the title shot with a win, is on a two-game winning streak with unanimous decisions against former title challengers Thiago Santos and Anthony Smith. Those victories came after the split decision defeat to Volcan Ozdemir. However, many observers believe Rakic should be given a victory by the referee for his efforts in that game.