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Since the early days when the sport was anything but a mainstream endeavor, the MMA industry has thrived and survived through various websites, forums, and – perhaps most importantly – social-media platforms.

Fighters interact with fans, each other and many more through the likes of Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, which helps outsiders get a deeper look into the minds of the athletes.

Following Saturday’s UFC on ESPN+ 13 in Sacramento, Calif., several of the winning and losing fighters, along with their coaches, training partners or family members, took to social media to react to the event or share a message with supporters.

Check out some of those reactions.

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The defeated

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Letting the dust settle. Had a hard fought battle this weekend, thought I had it in the bag and even though I don't agree with the decision I understand that taking a fight to the judges in the enemy territory can be dangerous and risky, however, I'm above being over dramatic and making excuses for it. I fought hard, took no damage, nothing is sore, and I'm already ready to get some revenge. No more letting up. Despite getting booed, I heard all my hometown people yelling through and that's what feeds me. I love you guys for making it all that way, thank you. I can't believe the support I have, I'm forever grateful. Still trying to catch up to all the messages haha you all are great. Thank you to my team @tony_dafreak #LoftimusPrime @iridiumsportsagency @jacobparga @lancespaude. The goal remains the same win or lose, we learn, improve and fight on #Cheers #UFCSacramento #UFC #MMA #Knockout #TapOut #BJJ #VictoryMindset #Bantamweight #FightLife #TeamDarkside #iridiumsportsagency

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If you can’t tell, I love what I do! 👊🏽

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The victorious

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@outcasts_underdogs this one is for us.🐺🏆💯

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Wauwwwwww there is so much I wanna say but sometimes words aren’t just enough. First off all I wanna thank @aspenladd for they honor of standing in the cage with her. It’s was a absolutely honor. Second I wanna thank my amazing team and all my coaches that weren’t here tonight❤ we did one hell off a job in six weeks time. I’m forever thankful for all you have done for me. Not just now or the last 6 weeks throughout my career. When I make it hard you make it easy for me🙏🏻 all my trainings partners thank you for all you help. My fans thank you for the unconditional love. My friends and family love you guys dammm much. My hero my mom, 20 years so far, thank you for making me who I am I couldn’t have done this without you❤🙏🏻 Thank you all!! “DIE WITH MEMORIES,NOT DREAMS” – The IronLady- @csa_holland @lizzygevers @paullamoth @saidelbadaouiofficial @duanemma @kensmilromeo @sam26692 #ironlady #germainederandamie #ufc #ufcfighter #fitgirl #mma #wmma #ufcsacramento #athlete #holland #netherlands #utrecht #tattooedgirl #myteam #memories #fitdutchie #fit

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