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There’s something electrifying about running outside at night. It’s an adrenaline rush, an exercise of adventure. Not something most do, especially alone, but that’s exactly why I do it. I dare to be different, to stand out, to be my greatest self and not cave into the pressure to conform and contain.
The year is slowly, but surely coming to an end – and the UFC fans hopes’ are starting to fade away of witnessing a major upset in female fighting. It’s not like fans are going to see a shocking defeat like the one they saw last year when Rose Namajunas ousted the invincible, unbeatable champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk to capture the UFC strawweight title. Of course, Namajunas defeated Jedrzejczyk in the title rematch back in early April.
Below are three exciting and intriguing UFC fights to look forward to for this year. You can find the 2018’s pro and amateur MMA results from the previous months right here.
It’s not really about fighting, or hurting someone, or physical prowess: it’s about pushing past your own limitations and finding out what you’re really made of.
It’s important for all of us to remember that everyone has a back story. Some have come forward to speak out about it. It’s empowering, especially to those in school, making them see that they aren’t alone. They will get through this pain. To keep their heads high. These things that others will look down upon, won’t keep them down.
The combat sports world is changing all of the time. For women, more opportunities are being created daily. However, one aspect that could still use major renovation is commentary.
While it may not happen as soon as now, there are a few women who would be solid contributors to the booth. Here are the top five women who would be great additions to the home viewing experience: