A detail that may have flown under the radar, but Ashley Yoder's last trip made an enduring imprint in the UFC history books. At UFC Greenville, Yoder earned her first UFC win streak by adequately outpointing Syuri Kondo. It was such a staggering exhibition, that one of the judges granted Yoder a 30-24 score, the first-at any point gave in quite a while at UFC battle, the other two judges scored the battle 30-26 and 30-25 in support of Yoder.
Thinking about this victory, Yoder reviews that it was an opportunity for her to flaunt her prevalent grappling game and improved confidence. In spite of the fact that Yoder didn't win her first Octagon finish, she is currently on the cusp of a third straight success, which would be the best dash of accomplishment in UFC's 115-pound division behind just Xiaonan Yan and champion Zhang Weili - 4, and Tatiana Suarez - 5. That is a sharp turnaround from the three back to back misfortunes that Yoder started her UFC profession with.
Yoder was really expected to get the opportunity to beat Yan to the punch at UFC Singapore, yet Yan was constrained out with injury and replaced without prior warning by Randa Markos, a veteran of 12 UFC bouts. The shakeup didn't influence Yoder and her group by any stretch of the imagination, especially in light of the fact that she's of the mindset that you train for what you specialize in, not what your rival does best.
She's for the longest time been itching to go up against individuals she looks up to and truly loved Randa as far back as she saw her on The Ultimate Fighter, said Yoder.
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