Corey "Overtime" Anderson makes statement following loss at Bellator 288


Former Hononegah Indians wrestler Corey “Overtime” Anderson lost at Bellator 288 on Friday Nov. 18, 2022. Anderson lost a decision to Vadim Nemkov. Since the loss, Corey has been quiet on social media. On Monday, Corey “Overtime” Anderson made his first statement.

Man what a fun battle that was!! Fell short of the goal but had a blast in there going at it with the champ! Hold on to that strap, I appreciate all the love from the crowd! But as always, we will be back better than before on the next one! Thank you! @BellatorMMA #neverquit

As expected, “Overtime” Anderson shows respect to the winner and will get back to the Grind on his quest to take home the title. No future opponent has been set as of this writing but with a 16-6 record, Corey “Overtime” Anderson will have more than enough fighters lined up to take a crack at him.

Thank you to @CoreyA_MMA@BellatorPR and @sherdogdotcom for the images.

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