Kay Hansen vs. Jasmine Jasudavicius

Business starts off in the flyweight division, as Kay Hansen makes her re-visitation of the Octagon inverse Canadian new kid on the block Jasmine Jasudavicius.

Hansen seemed ready to be one of the heads of the adolescent development in the 125-pound weight class subsequent to procuring a third-round accommodation prevail upon Jinh Yu Frey in her introduction, however following a misfortune to Cory McKenna in her subsequent trip, the Californian burned through all of 2021 uninvolved dealing with a few individual matters. Only 22 and conveying an abundance of involvement for somebody her age, Hansen actually can possibly join any semblance of previous adversary Erin Blanchfield, Miranda Maverick, and Casey O’Neill at the vanguard of the new flood of ability climbing the positions in the flyweight division.

The 32-year-old Jasudavicius has just been battling for barely four years, making her novice debut at the last part of 2017 and her first expert beginning in the late spring of 2019. She’s procured continuous triumphs since experiencing the solitary loss of her profession in a title conflict with Elise Reed under the CFFC flag, including a consistent choice triumph over Julia Polastri keep going September on Dana White’s Contender Series.

While Hansen conveys an impressive encounter advantage, Jasudavicius will be working with a five-inch stature and arrive at advantage, which could make things intriguing on the feet. It’s additionally worth watching to check whether Hansen has any battles early attempting to track down her musicality and her reach after over a year uninvolved.

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