Tereza Bledá is going to fight again in the UFC. In June, she will face a nasty Brazilian in Las Vegas. Interestingly, the young Czech has fought all Brazilian women in her last six fights.
Tereza Bledá is going to fight again in the UFC
The first female Octagon champion Tereza Bledá experienced two huge disappointments last year. First, she did become the first ever executioner of Brazilian Maia Correia as part of Dana White’s Contender Series in September, but the UFC boss was far from impressed with her performance and did not sign her to a contract.
Two months later, however, she has already appeared at a UFC event. There she faced the upstart Brazilian Natalia Silva and the fight didn’t go well at all. She pulled the short end of the stick against her agile Brazilian opponent and took a hell of a spin kick in the third round and the fight was over.
But now she’s back in the cage and she knows the date and her opponent. Only 21 years old, the Czech fighter will appear on June 17 at the Fight Night gala in Las Vegas. And her opponent will be another Brazilian, Gabriella Fernandes.
Her opponent for the sixth time in a row will be Brazilian
She’s experiencing a similar fate to Pale. For nearly five years, she pulled a string of wins in Brazilian MMA organizations before UFC management took notice. However, she lost her first MMA Champions League bout, just like the Czech “Ronda,” and both fighters will get a chance to make up for their hesitation.
Fernandes should be a threat, as is the way with Brazilian fighters, especially from the ground, although she does have KO/TKO finishes in her career. Pale will traditionally have a height advantage of nearly ten centimeters in the bout. But that may not play a role, as we saw in her previous fight with Silva.
Interestingly then, Bledá has always faced Brazilian opponents in her last six fights. In fact, before joining the UFC, even the promoters of the Octagon were bringing Bledá opponents from Brazil.
Hopefully, Bledá learned from her last fight, where she started pedaling full out from the start and then ran out of breath as the fight progressed. Let’s hope that the Czech fighter will get another victory and raise the flag of Czech MMA in the world.
Source: MMA Orbit, UFC
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