Ortega wrote on his Twitter on October 10, saying, “I apologize for hitting an interpreter and a K-pop star, but not for hitting an instigator.”
Ortega approached Park Jae-bum in the stands at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA on the 8th and hit his cheek with his palm.
Ortega argued that “AOMG Park Jae-bum has a management contract with Korean zombies (Jung Chan-sung) on May 9, 2018, and Tracy Talk began shortly after.”
“When I came to Korea to attend the (UFC) press conference, Korean zombies came up with his interpreter (a real interpreter, not Park Jae-bum) and wanted to apologize for talking, my management so promoting “I wanted to.”
Ortega said, “I accepted his apology, shook his hand, and we had a great press conference.” “But the game was canceled,” he said.
“At 4 weeks ago, Korean zombies and Park Jae-bum appeared on the Ariel Show and said I avoided the fight.” Dodging “and” injury “are different, because I knew Park was a scriptwriter. “Welcome him to the stadium and warn him to be careful.”
“I struck three people at the same time Saturday night,” Ortega said. “I apologize for hitting an interpreter. I apologize for hitting a K-pop star. But I don’t apologize for hitting an instigator.” Ended the position.
Park Jaebum responded with absurdity.
Park said, “He (ortega) is the second-ranked UFC World Fighter.
How can he assault me?” “I’m a singer and I’m 40 pounds less than you. “It doesn’t look tough.”
As Ortega says, even if Park Jae-bum misinterpreted in the middle, the assault cannot be rationalized.
In addition, critics have been criticized in the U.S. for assaulting the general public by the No. 2 UFC featherweight ranking player.