2019年09月01日 category : 未分類 

The UFC has formally declared its upcoming event in The Windy City. UFC 238 takes place June 8 at United Center in Chicago, Illinois, and the first three bouts for the card have already been revealed, such as the women’s flyweight title battle. My thoughts about the brand new spells — all of women’s struggles — are under.
Valentina Shevchenko vs. Jessica Eye, UFC 238 UFC women’s flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko will make her first title defense when she chooses on Jessica Eye at UFC 238. Though not official, it’s probably this bout will function as the co-main event of this pay-per-view.
Shevchenko (16-3) is 5-2 at the UFC and won the vacant flyweight title with a five-round unanimous decision win over Joanna Jedrzejczyk in her final outing. She’s 2-0 as a flyweight at the UFC, and her only two losses in the Octagon came from double champ Amanda Nunes. Eye (14-6, 1 NC) is currently 4-5, 1 NC total in the UFC and is 3-0 since moving down to the flyweight division. But, her wins at 125lbs were all very close decisions, and Shevchenko is a huge step up in contest from who Eye was fighting.
Start looking for the champ Shevchenko to open as a monster favorite here as she looks to receive her first name defense under her belt and begin to construct her legacy in the game.
Katlyn Chookagian vs. Joanne Calderwood, UFC 238
Flyweight contenders Katlyn Chookagian and Joanne Calderwood are also set to match UFC 238. If there’s an accident to somebody in the main event, it is possible either of those fighters could be called up to fight for the name.
Chookagian (11-2) is 4-2 overall in the UFC and many recently dropped a split decision to Eye at UFC 231. Calderwood (13-3) is 5-2 at the UFC and is coming off of back-to-back wins over Ariane Lipski and Kalindra Faria since moving upward to flyweight.
Moving up in weight looks like it was the best choice of Calderwood’s career as she seems rejuvenated at her new weight class. Chookagian is a good fighter, but she lacks the finishing capability that Calderwood has. The betting line ought to be fairly close, but I’d prefer Calderwood here.
Tatiana Suarez vs. Nina Ansaroff, UFC 238
Leading women’s strawweight contenders Tatiana Suarez and Nina Ansaroff will square off UFC 238 with a potential title shot at stake.
Suarez (7-0) won The Ultimate Fighter 23 and is a perfect 4-0 in the UFC such as a gigantic TKO win over Carla Esparza in her last outing that announced herself as a legitimate title contender at 115lbs. Ansaroff (10-5) is currently 4-2 at the UFC and is currently riding a four-fight win series using a breakthrough decision win over Claudia Gadelha in her final fight.
This is a tremendous matchup between two of the hottest strawweights on Earth, and the winner should be next in line to fight the victory of UFC 237’s Rose Namajunas vs. Jessica Andrade. Although I adore what Ansaroff was performing lately, you simply have to go for the upside and accept Suarez in this fight. Like she always seems to be, I expect Suarez to be a big favorite to win this battle.
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