15/08/2016 10h50 - Updated 15/08/2016 10h50

First woman Amazon UFC travels to the RJ to start "camping" with Jose Aldo technical

The athlete enters the final straight of preparation to face the American Kelly Faszholz.
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The fighter and the first Amazonian woman in UFC, Ketlen Vieira, New Union Academy, It is already in the "Land of the Olympics". The "Phenomenon", as it is known, landed in Rio de Janeiro (RJ) on Sunday morning, day 14, to start camping with Dede Pederneiras, coach interim champion featherweight UFC, Jose Aldo. The athlete enters the final straight of preparation to face the American Kelly Faszholz, the bantamweight category, no “card” do UFC Portland, In the USA, on October 1.

Invicta for three years, with six bouts held, Ketlen will have the first opportunity in the main organization of the MMA world. To shine and win the rival, who has one defeat in four fights, the phenomenon has already set the "fight plan" against the opposing. "We will focus all. She (Kelly Faszholz) It has three finishes and will try very striking and keep the fight standing. My area is more the ground, but I think she will not want to put me down ", analyzed the athlete.

As to be accompanied by the most successful coach of UFC, Ketlen shows no surprises. This will be the second chance of the athlete to train in Rio de Janeiro. "I've trained once there. I will focus on strategic training, focus more on fitness. It's like Dede said: I'm ready, lack only make a ajustezinhos ", reported.

The manauara receiving support from the Government of Amazonas via the State Secretariat for Youth, Sports and leisure (Sejel), trains three times a day, accounting for six hours of daily training.

Historical – "Ketlen phenomenon" began in the gentle art 12 years and today, to 24, collect a gold record in the middle of the fight. She is a black belt in Jiu-Jitsu, brown Judo, already integrated the Brazilian judo and wrestling teams, It was national wrestling champion, It has a record of six fights and six wins.

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