Magomed Ankalaev claims he was mistranslated in the outcome of his UFC 282 title-battle draw with Jan Blachowicz.

Ankalaev (18-1-1 MMA, 9-1-1 UFC) missed the mark on asserting the empty light significant burden title on Saturday

when he battled Blachowicz (29-9-1 MMA, 12-6-1 UFC) to a split draw at T-Versatile Field in Las Vegas.

A serious shoulder injury constrained Jiri Prochazka to surrender the lash before the occasion,

yet the UFC's arrangement to crown a new champion didn't emerge. Despite the fact that Blachowicz conceded

that he didn't have the right to get his hand raised, the appointed authorities couldn't settle on a champ, so the title stays empty.

Ankalaev was disturbed in the octagon during his post-battle interview, and a deciphered assertion from his local Russian said

he wasn't sure he could at any point battle in the UFC again subsequent to getting an unfair arrangement.

The day after the occasion, be that as it may, Ankalaev felt adding clarity was fundamental.

He presented a proclamation via web-based entertainment on Sunday, and Ankalaev claims

he said nothing regarding not battling in the UFC, yet rather the territory of Nevada because of "awful judging" (through Twitter):

Despite the fact that Ankalaev thought he got the success, UFC president Dana White wasn't as determined.