UFC 231’s Valentina Shevchenko Expects Title Fight Victory Over Joanna; Says Cyborg Will Beat Nunes

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MMA H.E.A.T. was at Hinoki And The Bird in Los Angeles for a media lunch with UFC Flyweight Valentina Shevchenko, who is set to face Joanna Jedrzejczyk in a title fight at UFC 231. Valentina talks about her previous Muay Thai victories over Joanna, how she feels this fight will differ, fighting at 125 lbs rather than 135 and more. She also talks about training with Featherweight Champ Cris Cyborg, her sister Antonina’s arrival in the UFC, traveling the world for training, her love for Peru and more!

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28 Comments on "UFC 231’s Valentina Shevchenko Expects Title Fight Victory Over Joanna; Says Cyborg Will Beat Nunes"

  1. I wish some of the MMA journalists would ask more about the relationship between her, Antonina & Pavel, their coach. He's been training them since they were young girls (5 & 7). That's around 25 years, training, fighting and traveling. | can't think of a similar situation in MMA. It strikes me as fascinating, but no ever asks them about it.

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