Parimatch’s Ambassador Maryna Moroz received the state award

The first Ukrainian woman in the UFC was awarded the Order of Princess Olga III degree

Parimatch’s Ambassador Maryna Moroz received the state award

The first Ukrainian woman in the UFC was awarded the Order of Princess Olga III degree

Parimatch’s Ambassador Maryna Moroz received the state award

The first Ukrainian woman in the UFC was awarded the Order of Princess Olga III degree

Parimatch’s Ambassador Maryna Moroz received the state award

The first Ukrainian woman in the UFC was awarded the Order of Princess Olga III degree

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Parimatch’s Ambassador Maryna Moroz received the state award

The first Ukrainian woman in the world’s most prestigious UFC promotion recieved a state award. By the Decree of the President of Ukraine, Maryna Moroz was awarded the Order of Princess Olga of III degree.

“I am very pleased, it was a big surprise for me. Thank you to everyone who believes in me and supports me,” Maryna shared her emotions after learning about the award.

Maryna Moroz, who is the ambassador of Parimatch, has been playing in the UFC for five years, where she has held a number of bright fights, thanks to which she won the love of fans. She holds the record for the number of strokes in a 3-round fight of the lightest weight – 139 per fight. Maryna took one of her most famous selfies after a fight in which she received a serious dissection. Then in the hospital she rejoiced in the victory and posed with the flag of Ukraine.

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