‘Jiu-Jitsu Empress’ Mackenzie Dunn (30, USA) showed off her outstanding striking skills and overpowered Angela Hill (38, USA).
Dunn, ranked 8th in the UFC women’s strawweight rankings, won a unanimous decision victory over Hill, ranked 14th (49-43, 49) in the main event of ‘UFC Fight Night: Dunn vs. -44, 49-44).
Dunn, as predicted, rushed aggressively. Dunn moved forward throughout the game and unilaterally pushed Hill.
Earlier, she confessed that she had been in and out of court throughout her training camp due to her recent divorce-related lawsuit, which she said would vent her accumulated anger in her octagon. there is.
The blow was over the top. Dunn is a former Jiu-Jitsu world champion, but she was criticized for her poor hitting. She did but this time she was different. In all but the second round, she overpowered Muay Thai Fighter Hill with blows.
She did everything from basic jabs to close-range elbows. She also showed off a high-level technique of throwing a hook while falling backwards.
Dunn took the lead in an exchange of close range blows from the start of the first round, and she finally brought the heel down with her right hook. She also ground-and-pounded the fallen Hill before attempting her special skill, the armbar submission. Hill narrowly survived her bell ringing at the end of the first round.
Except for the second round, when Hill took the back position from the standings, the game went the same way. Dunn first inflicted damage on Hill with a blow, then took him to the ground and attempted a submission after pounding and elbowing. Hill barely held on.
In an interview after the game, Dunn said about the reason for the blowout, “Heel advanced on me. I thought he would step back and move a lot and fight. However, Hill challenged the fight in the middle of the Octagon. I am not a fighter who never falls back. So he decided to have a slugfest in the center,” he explained.안전놀이터
With this victory, Dunn recorded 8 wins and 3 losses in the UFC (13 wins and 3 losses in total). Now he can fight the top contenders once again and aim for a title shot.
Dunn called up Rose Namajunas (30, USA), former UFC women’s strawweight champion and current ranking No. 2.
He said, “I don’t know what Namayunas is doing these days. But if he’s willing to keep fighting, he wants to fight him,” she said. “I haven’t fought a former champion yet. Now, she thinks she can take that opportunity,” she said.