Paige VanZant was in close proximity to a do-it-yourself mend and could be a 24-year-old fighter.
The full flywight had lost two directions and three of the four went in her UFC Brooklyn main body bolt against Rachael Ostovich.
After that, Ostowitsch went out and convinced the opening round.
But VanZant raged in the second and earned an impressive victory. The stopping time of the armbar taping was 1:50 from the second round.
"I was scared in the first round, of course I have a lot to do," VanZant said. "I want to thank Rachael for taking it off."
Ostavy got the best of things in the opening round, with some expectations. Although they don't have much of a top position, it was enough to win the round, as VanZant couldn't do much by driving the tour.
In the second, PVZ, who is currently training at Gracie Barra in Portland, got the takedown, and lost a lot of time to work. VanZant worked for a barber, and if Ostovich posed and almost disappeared, it didn't look at all. VanZant lay on Ostovich poor and Ostovich went on soon.
"I heard the arm pop, I came back and I know they are getting strong too."
Ostovich competed two months after suffering from orbital reports in a domestic violence incident in Hawaii. The UFC was criticized in the lead after the Ostovits paste on the same card as condemned international abuser Greg Hardy. In a show of support, Ostovit was placed by several family members in front of the building as her coaches.
VanZant improved on 8-4 with her fifth career stoppage. Ostova fled to 4-5 at her career, 1-2 in & nbsp; UFC.