The first Ukrainian in the UFC joined the team Parimatch TEAM
MMA fighter Marina Moroz and Parimatch announced the beginning of cooperation. The "Iron Lady," as UFC fans call Marina, will participate in Parimatch's marketing activities and activities.
Marina Moroz has been performing in the UFC for five years, during which time she managed to win the love of fans at the expense of her bright fights. In her previous fight against Mayra Silva, the Ukrainian set a new UFC record for the number of strikes for girls in a 3-round fight at the lightest weight (139 per fight). At the same time, Marina received a serious dissection, and shortly after the fight posted a photo from the hospital with the flag of Ukraine.
Ukrainian woman often sparring with men and she likes it, because frost guys can beat hard and tough. Maryna has also recently spent a lot of time fighting and in the near future will try to please us with the victory with a pain reception.
"Not so long ago, the legendary UFC fighter Conor McGregor was training for children at Parimatch Fight Academy. And today we represent our audience Marina Moroz , the first Ukrainian woman in the UFC. Parimatch always supports Ukrainian athletes and we are glad that from now on we will step together to new victories. And Marina's example will definitely inspire others and encourage sports," said Vadim Misyura, a representative of Parimatch.
"I am very glad that now I will go to new victories together with Parimatch. This is a team of true professionals who work only with the best. Both they and I are charged with winning, it unites us. There are a lot of ambitious plans ahead and we are definitely implementing them!" said Marina Moroz.
The next fight Marina will hold on September 5 — she is waiting for the 12th number of women's lightest weight American Montana De La Rosa.
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