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Maycee Barber, a 21 -year-old touted as an athlete who could potentially become the youngest-ever UFC champion, had her dreams mashed by a classy ex-serviceman boxer on Saturday. Roxanne Modafferi overcame an underdog status to out-work and out-experience her younger opposing, besting her with inordinately high-level jiu jitsu. Modafferi dropped Barber in the second round and established her bleed all over the canvas. Barber suffered a knee injury so bad she hobbled out of the realm with the support provided by her squad. Modafferi said she hoped her family and friends stirred big money from her disturb succes. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more narratives.
LAS VEGAS — A 21 -year-old American’s dreams of becoming the UFC’s youngest-ever champion were mashed on Saturday by a classy flyweight veteran in one brutal and bloody-minded win.
Before the bout, Maycee Barber was being touted as an athlete who could potentially become the youngest-ever UFC champion. Business Insider spoke to her on Thursday in Las Vegas, and she confirmed her ambition of being a “record-breaker” to us.See the rest of the narrative at Business Insider
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