Jordan Leavitt won a great victory in the Dana White´s Contender Series, and then did a viral dance to earn a place in UFC. As a short-term replacement, she faced Luke Flores in the opening bout of the evening. After dragging his opponent to the canvas in the opening minute, he rejected submission attempts to block one of his own, ending his rival in Round 1 through the arm triangle. Immediately after completion, he stood up. It was there that a dance party broke out.
Leavitt He first dived into an impressive division, showing tremendous flexibility. After getting up, he made it clear that he was not done and was still missing from his dance. The worm was next, and somewhere Johnny Walker was shaking. The pace continued until the post-fight announcement, where he moved until he raised his arm. After the contest, Jordan He explained the celebration in an interview with Laura Sanko on the broadcast.
“Oh nothing. I just do the divisions. In my first amateur fight, I did it as a joke and it became my thing. And it has become my thing. I think I’ll do the divisions until I’m 40 years old and I’m done with this, ”was what he started by saying. The presentation of Jordan Leavitt was to try to get a contract UFC, which only two fighters will achieve. But, apart from the blows and trying to finish prematurely with each rival, his dances will surely attract attention.
«Very happy with this new victory. I am very calm, I do not get nervous before fighting. They notified me ten days before and I only prepared to win. I have very good arm triangles. I knew that he was going to give me a chance to do it and finally it was like that. With a joke in my first fight as an amateur I made a move and from there I started dancing every time he won. I know I have a lot to give and that at some point I will UFC. If it is today, welcome. Otherwise, I will wait. I have no doubt that Dana White will have me there. I do not really despair “, closed Leavitt.
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