UFC’s Michelle Waterson Talks Namajunas, Beating Paige VanZant + Signing With WME

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MMA H.E.A.T. was at Hinoki And The Bird in Los Angeles, where UFC Strawweight Michelle Waterson talked to the media about her upcoming UFC On FOX fight with Rose Namajunas. Michelle talks about the stylistic match-up, their shared victories over Paige VanZant and how motherhood has affected her as a fighter. She also talks about signing with WME and her hope of appearing in action movies in the future.

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44 Comments on "UFC’s Michelle Waterson Talks Namajunas, Beating Paige VanZant + Signing With WME"

  1. Michelle's daughter Araya… she's a gym baby. She grew up watching fighters like Dodson, Diego Sanchez, Arlovski, Jones, Cowboy, Condit, Holm etc etc train and have a go at each other every day. To her fighting is probably like for us "normal ppl" watching our parents at work at the office. Even her dad's an amateur boxer. She probably don't even understand how professional fighting is "violent" lol. To her, ees normal

    • Did u understand why Sage Northcutt & PVZ got so much hype before? They were considered attractive to the general population and also marketable. They also won their first couple of fights in UFC which helped but after a couple losses, the hype died down. It's similar with Michelle. The difference is, Michelle hasn't lost in UC yet and was also at one point generally considered the best 105er in the world. She's also recently signed to WME-IMG which now owns UFC. Conflict of interests… sure but if u wanna know why she's getting so much hype, those are the reasons

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