She expects the Colorado native to stick to a stand-up approach at first, but Lipski is confident his power and pressure will turn Aldrich into a wrestler soon enough.
“I think it brings me closer to the rankings,” Lipski said. “Her last fight was against Erin Blanchfield, who is also in the Top 5. She has been fighting in the UFC for a long time, so I think we are really (close) to entering the rankings.
Whether that’s true or not, Lipski has a sense of urgency about him throughout fight week. Coming into the promotion with a lot of hype following her reign as KSW flyweight champion, Lipski has shown spurts of what made her such an exciting prospect heading into 2019.
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Although she has a lot of time to organize a race and realize her potential, she also cares about the role she plays for the Brazilian women who will come after her, as well as the piece she wears for those who have it. preceded. her.
“I feel like I have a responsibility to the next generation, to future fighters and the women who look up to me,” she said. “I also represent the women who came before me. I am very happy. It just gives me more motivation to go out there and give it my all.