Holm x Vieira go head to head in the UFC Battle Night competition

Brazil will be available by and by in the headliner of UFC Battle Night. This time, our agent will be Ketlen Vieira who challenges the American super warrior Holly Holm. The occasion will occur next May 21 at 8 pm (Brasília time) in the establishment’s selective field, UFC Pinnacle, in Las Vegas, USA.

This battle will characterize the following challenger for the ladies’ bantamweight belt. Consequently, there is extraordinary assumption in this showdown.

Realities about the battle between Vieira versus Holm

The following occasion UFC Battle Night, whose headliner of the night will be between Holly Holm x Ketlen Vieira, will likewise include different conflicts. Altogether, there will be 11 battles on a solitary card. Among the Brazilian warriors, notwithstanding Ketlen Vieira, how about we watch in the octagon: Michel Pereira x Santiago Ponzinibbio, Jailton Almeida x Parker Doorman, Polyana Viana x Tabatha Ricci and Felipe Colares x Pursue Hooper.

Holly Holm’s UFC History

We can securely say that Holly Holm is one of the most experienced warriors in the UFC. At 40 years old, the contender has previously confronted the most sanctified warriors throughout the entire existence of the establishment: Ronda Rousey, Miesha Tate, Valentina Shevchenko, Amanda Nunes, among others. Regardless of her age, thought about high for a contender, Holm is currently at the pinnacle of her physical and specialized planning.

Up to this point, Holly Holm has a record of 19 battles in her profession, with 14 successes (8 by knockout and 6 by choice of the appointed authorities) and 5 misfortunes (1 by knockout, 1 by accommodation and 3 by choice of the adjudicators). She made her UFC debut in February 2015, at UFC 184. On the event, she won by split ruling against comrade Raquel Pennington.

The pivotal turning point in Holm’s vocation occurred on November 14, 2015, at UFC 193. That day, Holm was the challenger for the title of bantamweight champion against the vigorously preferred Ronda Rousey. The battle began even. At 59 seconds into the subsequent round, the unbelievable occurred: Holm handled a grouping of kicks and punches on Rousey’s head, driving her to a knockout. Holly Holm set up a good foundation for herself as the new hero.

The challenger Ketlen Vieira in the UFC

Manauara Ketlen Vieira is a decade more youthful than her rival. Nonetheless, this doesn’t imply that our contender is less capable. At age 30, Vieira has an expert record of 14 battles, with 12 successes (2 by knockout, 4 by accommodation and 6 by choice of the adjudicators) and just 2 misfortunes (1 by knockout and 1 by choice of the appointed authorities).

In the UFC, the Brazilian contender has 8 questioned battles (6 successes and 2 misfortunes). His establishment debut occurred in October 2016, at UFC Battle Night, overcoming American contender Kelly Faszholz by split choice.

In her latest battle, Ketlen Vieira crushed previous boss Miesha Tate by consistent choice at UFC Battle Night in November 2021. Albeit the triumph was on focuses, Vieira exhibited a great deal of method and actual readiness, which put her on the rundown of competitors for the belt in the classification. As of now, the contender possesses the fifth situation in the female bantamweight positioning.

Wagering on UFC Battle Night

UFC Battle Night next May 21 has a card loaded with Brazilian warriors. In this manner, it is an extraordinary chance for you to wager on the UFC. For the headliner of the evening, Holm versus Vieira, being an exceptionally even match is normal. From one perspective the entire Holm experience; on the other, Ketlen Vieira’s childhood and method.

For punters, Holly Holm’s experience offsets Vieira’s method. In this manner, the American warrior shows up as the number one on our wagering page. Holm’s triumph is cited at 1,435; Ketlen Vieira has an odd of 2.85 to win the battle.

Recollect that the champ of this match will most likely be the following challenger for the bantamweight belt. Will we pull for the Brazilian or is it better that Holm has another chance to debate the title? What’s your perspective?