Alexa Grasso speaks with Bloody Elbow’s Shakiel Mahjouri ahead of her fight with Cláudia Gadelha at the UFC 246 PPV (Pay-Per-View) event this coming Saturday, January 18th., from Las Vegas, Nevada. Grasso reflects on her near-victory over Carla Esparza, her journey as a fighter, and how the culture of female fighters has shifted in Mexico.
- 0:04 - Should Alexa Grasso have been awarded a technical submission win over Carla Esparza
- 1:12 - What it means to take part in a Fight of the Year contender
- 2:30 - UFC’s impression of Alex Grasso
- 3:35 - What the fight game means to Alex Grasso
- 5:07 - How has the culture of women fighting changed in Mexico
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