UFC Female Fighter Fired After Illegal Attack

It is already known that the trio of boxers who lost at UFC Charlotte are no longer on the list of the promotion. It includes Jessica-Rose Clark, Ji Yeon Kim and Chase Sherman.

They suffered defeat at last Saturday’s event and were either released from their contract or not re-signed after completing their latest contract, as reported by the company. mixed martial arts. The UFC Roster Watch algorithm-based Twitter account also confirmed the removal of the lineup.

Bantamweight veteran Clark hopes to end his two-round skateboarding in a match against Tainara Lisboa. The 35-year-old Australian soon struggled with his opponent’s attack and was then strangled by his opponent in the last minute of the match.

Clark struggled a lot with injuries inside and outside the cage, dislocating her elbow during an appearance before she suffered an armband attack against Julia Stoliarenko. She beat Sarah Alpar in her 2020 appearance but tore her ACL, putting her out of action for more than a year.

Kim’s loss at UFC Charlotte caused more controversy. The 33-year-old flyweight lost a technical decision after she landed on her knee illegally resulting in a second deduction after the first was deducted for hitting after the second round ended. . Kim’s fifth straight loss in the octagon.

Veterinarian Sherman lost to Karl Williams in a unanimous decision in his second consecutive defeat. The result left him a 2-6 loss in the octagon of his UFC career.

Edmuns DeMars

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