The Mexican set a mark with her third fight in 43 days, winning by unanimous decision in Las Vegas.
The Mexican fighter Loopy Godinez established a new brand within the UFC.
Godinez became the first fighter in history of the UFC to complete a cycle of three fights in a span of 43 days, surpassing the previous record set by Dustin Pague with 65 days in 2012.
The Mexican also owns the brand of return faster between fights spending seven days between fights against Silvana Gómez Juárez and Luana Carolina, where she distributed a victory and a defeat.
This Saturday, Godinez defeated the Thai woman by unanimous decision Loma Lookboonmee after accepting the fight on short notice when Cheyanne Buys had to withdraw from the event after testing positive for COVID-19.
Yes OK Lookboonmee was superior in total strokes with 72 by 64 of Godinez, the Mexican connected more power shots (23 to 15) and scored five knockdowns, for one of the Thai.
In the end the judges gave identical cards 29-28 in favor of Godinez, who improved his record to 7-2 and 2-2 within the UFC, while Lookboonmee stayed at 6-2, seeing the end of a two-game winning streak.
UFC Fight Night 198 is headlined by the women’s bantamweight fight between contender Ketlen Vieira and former champion Miesha Tate.