“Aspen Ladd enters this fight with a 5-0 record and has won 60 percent of her fights by knockout. This will be Ladd’s fourth fight since 2016 and is coming off a January win over Sijara Eubanks. Ladd will make her UFC debut after dominating the Invicta Fighting Championships that includes three knockouts and one submission. Ladd is still developing as a striker at 22 years old, but she’s aggressive with her takedowns and is very tough to get off once she gets her opponent on the canvas. Ladd is a smart fighter who positions herself well and is a great athlete who can find an advantage quickly on the canvas. The only concern is Ladd’s lack of competition, as four of her five opponents have losing or .500 records. This will be Ladd’s second fight in Las Vegas.”
Jessica Eye talks Aspen Ladd.
Confirmation has arrived, best of luck Aspen and looking forward to July 🙂
I am proud to finally be able to announce, that I have signed a multi-fight contract with the UFC. I will be fighting Jessica Eye, on July 7th in Vegas. Extremely grateful for everyones continued support, and excited for this next step. #mmagold #mmapink #ufc #dontbeapussy #herewecome @ufc @dhirschbein @jimwest3131 @menace2543 @coach1doug @kimaric.ladd
Ask and you shall receive, thank you MMAJunkie for putting a picture of Aspen in your article.
You’ll need to run this one through Google Translate (Chrome can do it automatically) if you need it in English and not Portuguese. Also I hope future articles talking about this fight have a picture of Aspen I can use, I mean I like Jessica Eye and all, but Aspen.
Jessica Eye vs. Aspen Ladd set for July in Las Vegas A women’s bantamweight scrap between Jessica Eye and Aspen Ladd has been added to July’s ‘The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale’ event in Las Vegas. BJPENN.com’s Chris Taylor just broke the news on Twitter. https://twitter.com/CTaylor_96/status/857762811983921152 ‘I have confirmed with sources that Jessica Eye will return to the octagon on July 7 against undefeated promotional newcomer Aspen Ladd’ Jessica Eye (11-6 MMA) will return to action for the first time since suffering a controversial split-decision loss to former division title challenger Bethe Correia at this past September’s UFC 203 event in