ABU DHABI – Ariane Lipski needs to return to her violent methods on Saturday at UFC on ESPN+ 30.
After beginning her UFC profession with back-to-back losses, Lipski (12-5 MMA, 1-2 UFC) lastly obtained her first octagon triumph in November. That helped restore a few of her confidence, and now she needs to point out what she’s actually all about.
Lipski obtained some hype for her pre-UFC run with KSW and have become often known as “The Violence Queen.” She has but to dwell as much as that status within the UFC however intends for that to occur this weekend when she takes on Luana Carolina (6-1 MMA, 1-Zero UFC) in a ladies’s flyweight matchup.
“What I actually, really need for this battle is to win by KO,” Lipski instructed reporters, together with MMA Junkie, at UFC on ESPN+ 30 media day. “I’ve been lacking this, and I’ll strive for this for the reason that begin of the battle I’ll attempt to end the battle, as a result of that is my model. I will probably be ready for 3 rounds, for a struggle, however after that I’m on the lookout for the rankings and I’ve to speak with my coach, my supervisor and I’m trying towards the rankings.”
Lipski, who meets Carolina on the UFC on ESPN+ 30 fundamental card, which streams on ESPN+ from Flash Discussion board at Yas Island, stated the stress relieved from her first UFC win modified lots of issues.
Regardless of the limiting situations introduced on by the coronavirus pandemic, Lipski stated she’s been in a position to work rather a lot on her recreation over the previous seven months and expects to point out her finest product but within the UFC.
“For certain I’m ready,” Lipski stated. “I really feel very ready. I need to go to the cage and revel in and present lots of methods I’m enhancing. That is my model. Simply push arduous. She’s a striker, and I hope this will probably be a fantastic battle.
“I wish to knock out my opponent, and I’m attempting it. I believe every part has a proper time, and I realized rather a lot with my final yr, and I believe I’ve grown as a fighter, and I believe now could be the appropriate second to point out it.”