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Paige VanZant wishes to keep battling in spite of being on the last battle of her agreement.
The UFC is heading into an amazing battle weekend in a distinct setting. The first- ever Battle Island battle card will be happening on Saturday night from Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. The card is stacked from leading to bottom and one star who is wanting to continue her profession in the UFC spotlight is PaigeVanZant She took time out of her battle week to talk to the media prior to this event.
“It’s definitely a big fight, it’s a pivotal moment in my career,” VanZant stated. “There are a lot of factors and there is a lot going on on top of it. It’s an important fight for me coming back from breaking my arm again. I’m coming back to show all my hard work to sho everything I’ve worked on.”
VanZant has been far from the Octagon considering that January of2019 Because time she has been handling repeating injuries. She is now back in health and all set to continue her UFC journey. The future is uncertain considering that this is the last battle of her present agreement, she appears identified to continue on her course.
“This is the last fight on my UFC contract and it is a big deal,” Vanzant stated. “I’m only 26 years old, I want to continue fighting for five-plus years. Me and my husband are both professional fighters, we are both professional athletes and this is our full-time job. I never gave any inkling that I was stepping away from fighting.”
VanZant will handle Amanda Ribas on the main card protion of UFC 251.
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