‘Fire Fist’ Kim Ji-yeon’s resolution is like fire. She even stood at the crossroads of ‘she was kicked out of 4 consecutive matches’, but after the sudden cancellation of the match, she wanted to correct Mandi Böhm’s habit of never apologising.
Kim Ji-yeon (9-6-2), who is thirsty for victory, will fight Boehm (7-2) in the UFC on ABC4 Octagon in North Carolina on the 14th.
Kim Ji-yeon was scheduled to fight Bohn on February 5, which was the ‘Korean Fighter’ day. However, she did not even make it to먹튀검증 the Octagon as she raised her hand shortly before the start of the match, announcing an injury.
Since she had worked so hard to escape the losing streak, she wanted to fight and win, but she was very upset that the game itself was lost.
Still, she didn’t say a word. Kim Ji-yeon said, “I felt disrespected by his unapologetic attitude,” and firmly decided, “I will definitely finish.”
Even if that is not the case, Kim Ji-yeon must win this time. There was controversy over the decision, but anyway, it is a situation that could be kicked out after losing all 4 games over 2 years and 8 games.
Kim Ji-yeon, who entered the UFC in 2017 and had a winning streak, lost to Alexa Grasso in August 2020, Molly McCann in September 2021, Priscilla Cachoeira in February 2022, and Jocelyn Edwards in July 22. fell into a swamp
However, against Cachoeira, he was ahead with 160-77 in effective strokes, and before Edwards, he lost by split decision.
It was an unfortunate losing streak, but a loss was a loss. Kim Ji-yeon now knows that ‘to avoid being unfair, I have to make a finish or a difference in hitting’.
Kim Ji-yeon, who is looking for a tactical victory and a striking victory, has a bet of -195. He is well ahead of the +165 mark with Top Dog.
Kim Ji-yeon’s UFC on ABC4 opens a little past midnight on the 14th and opens after passing it, and will be broadcast on TVING and tvN SPORTS.