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Vanessa Demopoulos compares Michael Bisping, Joe Rogan post-fight lifts: ‘Bisping kind of redeemed himself’

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Vanessa Demopoulos has a warning for anyone interviewing her after her win: she’s coming for you and you better be ready to catch her.

Thanks to their recent victories, “Lil Monster” has made it a habit to jump into the arms of post-fight cage interviewers. First, it was longtime commentator Joe Rogan, who had the honor of catching Demopoulos as she celebrated her first UFC victory at UFC 270. Then Michael Bisping had to pick up the relatively diminutive Demopoulos when she did it twice in a row with a win. . over Jin You Frey this June.

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At UFC Vegas 65 last Saturday, after Demopoulos pulled off another decision win over Maria Oliveira, Bisping caught Demopoulos again, and this time, she said, he did much better.

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“Bisping redeemed himself a little last time,” Demopoulos said. Hour of MMA. “He left to leave and I was like, ‘Hey man, round 2?’

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How was it compared to when she debuted in celebration with Rogan?

“Rogan is cool, but Bisping paid off,” Demopoulos said. “This time he held me really tight, it was cool.”

Demopoulos’ signature move has generated a lot of buzz among MMA fans, along with the success she has achieved since her professional debut in 2017. The 34-year-old already has a Legacy Fighting Alliance title under her belt and is now 3 years old. -0 in UFC minimum weight.

Not only is she looking for more wins, but she’s looking to add to her list of post-fight party friends, which she thought already included Paul Felder, who also worked as a commentator last Saturday at UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

“Be mentally prepared,” Demopulos warned. “I thought Paul Felder would go in because Bisping had already done it once, so I was trying to close the circle. Something like your Apple Watch at the end of the day when you have a ring, I tried to close the ring. I love Bisping, but I was ready to jump into the arms of Paul Felder.”

Demopoulos is targeting February for her next fight, preferably on a card taking place outside of UFC APEX, where her last two fights took place. She declined to name a specific opponent, but guaranteed that her winning jumps would stand.

Even if the recipient is worried about getting their suits dirty afterwards.

“Feel how you feel, but I’m going to jump into your arms,” ​​Demopoulos said. “You are allowed to feel what you feel, but I am jumping in your arms.”



Source: www.mmafighting.com

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