4 Days Until UFC 249: Why Carla Esparza Decided To Fight During The COVID-19 Pandemic

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On around April,9. While UFC strawweight Carla Esparza found herself face to face with one of the combat Sports’ the most challenging and scariest opponents, a smorgasbord of cheesecake.

We have just found out that her upcoming fight with Michelle Waterson had been postponed and then gradually canceled, a former UFC champion and octagon Veteran, Esparza, caved to the sweet and sugary flavors of the tempting and delicious desserts. That is her only slip us while on epic 14- week fight camp that was postponed to three weeks when the UFC decided to reschedule Esparza and Waterson on the upcoming UFC 249 card.

The fight initially planned for the Moda Center in Portland for 11th April but has been moved to Jacksonville and the Vyaster Veterans Memorial Arena for 9th May due to the pandemic crisis.

Esparza ranked No:9 in the division and her career record is 16-6. In the UFC, she is having a 6-4 record and has won a pair of a decision in her past fights against Virna Joncliroba in her past fights against Virna Joncliroba and Alexa Grasso. She tends to win on prints as she is without a knockout in her career of UFC.

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Waterson looking forward to becoming the first ‘Mom Champ’ in history of UFC, and enters with a 19-7 record. Te ‘Hottie of the Karate” defeated Paige VanZant for her via rear-naked choke for the grand winner in 2016 and has won three of the four fights, by decision.

Carla Esparza and Michelle Waterson square off in a Women’s strawweight matchup at UFC 249. UFC 249: Ferguson vs Gaethje is a mixed martial arts event expected to take place on 9th May 2020. The UFC 249 is produced by the ultimate fighting championship.

It is 2 days until UFC 249: everyone is wondering why Carla Esparza decided to fight in the COVID-19 pandemic days.


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