In the ufc Fight island 6, Jessica Andrade knocked out Katlyn chookagian with a hook to the liver and goes for more. After falling months ago with Rose Namajunas, the Brazilian returned with everything to the most important cage in the world of Mixed Martial Arts, although in Flyweight. Making her debut in this category, the South American defeated her rival in less than one round.
It took less than five minutes for Jessica finish his job. The Brazilian contributed better shots in the contest and that was precisely why she was able to take the victory. In fact, although in the previous one she seemed a loser due to the high level she had Chookagian, from the first second it was better. He was able to make good kicks and fists that added up to finish before time.
This being the case, before the first round is over, Jessica Andrade was able to connect a hook to the liver that was lethal. Katlyn He felt it, screamed and backed away with his hand in the impact zone. Therefore, the South American went again and attacked the same site again, ending the show. Now, after this new joy, after two losses in a row, think about looking for the title.
“Although it’s not long, it needs space to have enough punching power to deliver its kicks. The strategy to beat Shevchenko would be to work nonstop and get on top of her, hit her all the time, grab her to tire her, and then work on a different game plan in the next few rounds. I think it’s the best strategy to beat Shevchenko, but anything can change when the time comes, “he said, thinking about the champion.
To close, Jessica Andrade He said: “Now I am more powerful. If Claudia Gadelha said that I am too strong for the Strawweight, that I am as strong as the bantamweight, she would say that now I am as strong as the feathers laughs. The girls felt my power at 135, so I think I can do the same effect at 125. I am very strong and have enough cardio for three or five rounds if necessary. They will feel my power suddenly.
SHE’S COMING FOR THE BELT 🏆
🇧🇷 @JessicaMMAPro stops the No. 1 contender in ONE ROUND.
– UFC (@ufc) October 18, 2020