The ‘Noce UFC: Grasso vs. Shevchenko 2’ tournament will be held.

UFC, a mixed martial arts (MMA) organization, held a match between female flyweight (56.7kg) champion Alexa Grasso (30, Mexico) and number one ranked Valentina Shevchenko (35, Kyrgyzstan/Peru) at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA on the 17th (Korean time). ‘Noce UFC: Grasso vs. Shevchenko 2’ will be held with the title match as the main event.

Since the tournament is held on Mexico Independence Day, which is September 16th local time, the title match will be held with special energy. This is a gift prepared for the Mexican and Hispanic fan base that is growing day by day. UFC also plans to open the Performance Institute (PI), an MMA talent development facility, in Mexico in the fourth quarter of this year, making Mexico the UFC’s Latin American hub.바카라

The main event features the only Mexican UFC champion, Alexa Grasso. Grasso defeated Empress Shevchenko at UFC 285 last March to become the UFC women’s flyweight champion. Shevchenko was on a nine-game winning streak since 2018 and was considered one of the best fighters in the history of the UFC women’s division, so her result was perceived as an upset.

Shevchenko believes the loss was an ‘accident’. She was dominating Grasso with her wrestling until she was locked in a rear naked choke after a failed spinning back kick in the fourth round. “Nothing changes with one loss,” Shevchenko said. “Because I still have the spirit of a champion,” she said, burning her will to reclaim the belt.

Grasso believes that there are no ‘accidents’. He said, “Shevchenko’s reaction was surprising because I know that there is no such thing as an accident if you are an experienced player and fight at a high level.” He continued, “I trained for that moment. “It was the result of training to win that match,” he said, emphasizing that the submission victory was not a coincidence.

Gamblers are still predicting Shevchenko’s slight lead. Grasso must overturn public expectations and prove himself once again. “The most important thing at the top level is to stay motivated, stay hungry and do your best to improve,” said Grasso, determined to win because he and his teammates did their best.