The Andrews Report – Mackenzie Dern firmly on the UFC’s radar
Jiu-Jitsu star Mackenzie Dern’s (3-0-0) recent accomplishments in the cage have not gone unnoticed by the world biggest MMA company.
Since moving over to MMA, the combat sports world has watched intently as Dern racked up her third win in the cage, most recently over Katherine Roy at Legacy Fight Alliance 6 in San Antonio, Texas.
Mackenzie Dern, Katherine Roy'u puanla yendi. (30-27, 30-27, 29-28) Dern üçüncü MMA maçında üçüncü zaferine ulaştı. İşte o maçın özeti. pic.twitter.com/nUMzitf6Uc
— UFC Türkiye (@UFCTurkiye) March 11, 2017
A concern some have expressed is the fact that Dern has now missed weight for the second consecutive time. Making weight consistently is likely critical to Dern being successful in the UFC.
Still, its hard to ignore Dern’s potential – like the impressive submission of Montana Stewart at LFC 61.
There is always the option of Bellator’s flyweight division. Dern vs Ilima-Lei MacFarlane would be a great matchup at 125 pounds.
Should Dern compete in Bellator at 125 or in the UFC at 115?
— UFC (@ufc) March 18, 2017
In a moment of genuine octagon honesty – once displayed by Joe Lauzon – Lansberg praised Pudilova and said she thought she won the fight.
I for one, appreciated Lansberg’s candor.
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