The women’s flyweight champion of the UFC, Valentina shevchenko, scored the sixth successful defense of his belt in the co-feature event at the UFC 266 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Shevchenko dominated the challenger for four rounds Lauren murphy before beat her to death in the fourth round, forcing referee Keith Peterson to step in to decree the technical knockout.
Shevchenko He was superior in all areas of combat, connecting 132 total hits of 204 thrown by just 19 of Murphy, in power shots the difference was overwhelming in favor of the champion with 98 for 11 and also the only three knockdowns of the night were for ‘Bullet‘.
With this victory, Shevchenko improved his record to 22-3, with 15 completions, also reached eight consecutive wins, while Murphy he stalled at 15-5, seeing the end of a five-game winning streak, and was ended for the first time in his career.
After the fight, Shevchenko, who carries the flag of Peru, took the microphone to send a greeting in Spanish: “I love you very much, I thank you for your support.”
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Now Shevchenko will wait for a new title challenger who defends in 2018 and whose defenses include triumphs over Joanna Jedrzejczyk, Jessica Eye, Liz Carmouche, Kathlyn Chookagian, Jennifer Maia and Jessica Andrade.
The UFC 266 is headed by the combat by the featherweight championship Come in Alexander Volkanovski and the mexican american Brian Ortega.