Future champions! The three UFC stars who started in the best way and go for everything

Future champions!  The three UFC stars who started in the best way and go for everything

Three great fighters aspire to reach the top of UFC, to be champions of the most important company in the world of MMA and leave their legacy. Many are those who fail in the attempt and few who succeed in their career. It is appropriate to do the exercise of reviewing the news of three stars who are on the rise in mixed martial arts and who have all the tools inside the octagon to be able to have the title around their waist.

Amanda Ribas (Brazil – 12 in the women’s straw weight ranking)

He was born on August 26, 1993 in Varginha, Minas Gerais State, Brazil. He currently has a 10-1 professional record in which there were three wins by knockout, four by submission and three on the cards. The only loss of his career was against Polyana Viana in the Brazilian MMA company, Jungle Fight. This was by technical knockout, in which he lost the category belt. Amanda debuted in UFC on June 29, 2019 against Emily Whitmire and beat her by submission in the third round.

The Brazilian is undefeated within the octagon of UFC, since he left with his hand up with both Mackenzie Dern, Randa Markos and Paige VanZant (this was a fly fight). The category is dominated by Weili Zhang, but Ribas She has proven to be a very complete fighter, as evidenced by her triumphs. It would not be unreasonable to think that by adding two or three more victories she will have her chance for the belt in 2021.

He was born on October 24, 1994 in Helena, Montana, United States. He currently holds a 12-0 record, with eight knockout wins, one by submission and three by cards. “Sugar” became a social media sensation for her outgoing personality and earned the affection of many of the fans. He was suspended for six months for testing positive for ostarine (he could return in March 2019), but in June of that year he was sanctioned again for another six months. Then, O’Malley He proved that he had not broken the rules and that what he was detected was residues from the first time.

After failing to compete in 2019, he returned very focused on 2020 by spectacularly knocking out José Alberto Quiñónez and Eddie Wineland, both in the first round. On August 15 at UFC 252 he will face the Ecuadorian Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera and, with a victory, he could be catapulted into the Top 10. “Sugar” will be champion of UFC at some point in his career, as he has plenty of talent, but he should try to steer clear of controversies outside the octagon.

This was born on May 18, 1998 in Greeley, Colorado, United States. She currently holds an 8-1 record, with five knockout wins, two by submission and one on the cards. Her only loss as a professional came in her last bout at UFC 246, on January 18, against veteran Roxanne Modafferi by unanimous decision. Let’s remember that in the first round, Barber He suffered a rupture of his anterior ligament in his left knee and still endured the pain until the fight ended.

“The Future” has always expressed a desire to break Jon Jones’ record and become the youngest champion in the history of UFC (Bones was 23 years and 8 months old when he was crowned monarch of the semi-completes). After recovering from his harsh injury, Barber He will want to return to the octagon before the end of the year to try to return to the path of victory. If she manages to chain a pair of consecutive crushing wins, she will enter the conversation to challenge Valentina Shevchenko in 2021 for the belt and with Jon Jones’ record in her sights.

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