UFC 285: Alexa Grasso ready to showcase her Mexican Style Boxing against Valentina Shevchenko

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Mexico’s Alexa Grasso is all set to take on the pound for pound queen of Women’s MMA and current flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko in the co-main event of UFC 285, which is scheduled to take place at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Alexa Grasso will be making history aswell at UFC 285, as she will become the first Mexican born women’s MMA fighter to ever fight for a UFC title.

This is the best test to show that I have the best boxing in the division,” Alexa Grasso said. “Obviously I’m not going to win the fight by just using my hands, because she’s a very complete fighter, and I need to have all areas covered, but definitely my biggest weapon. I’m sure that my hands will shine that night.”

Alexa Grasso says her boxing will play a key part at UFC 285

Grasso believes her legendary boxing style will play a vital part in her bout against Shevchenko (23-3 MMA, 12-2 UFC) (23-3 MMA, 12-2 UFC). She also believes that trusting her skills and not letting Shevchenko’s dominance frighten her will immensely improve her hitting.

As you mention it, she’s been a very dominant champion,” Grasso said. “She’s good in the striking with her kicks but also in the wrestling and jiu-jitsu areas. She’s very good.

I’ve always liked to fight the best, because it makes me improve a ton, and it makes me demand a ton from myself. I think the key for me in this one was my discipline in each training camp. This time I went overboard with everything that I did. I also think above everything. It’s the heart. You have to go in there without any doubts. I’m going in there knowing what I need to do. Is it going to be hard? Yes, but I trust in my heart.”

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