Business, CA — Undefeated UFC strawweight Pi
era Rodriguez (8-0) will get back to the octagon in October, brought together with Sam “Rampage” Hughes.
For Rodriguez, an LFA alum who was in the house for Friday’s LFA 137 in Commerce, CA, the battle will be her sophomore trip in the UFC. Life hasn’t changed a lot for Rodriguez since making her limited-time debut recently, however, there are a few potential gains, she told Cageside Press on Friday.
“Suppose it’s a similar timetable the entire life, preparing, preparing, preparing,” said Rodriguez, who crushed Kay Hansen at UFC 273 in April to report her appearance in the UFC. “Yet, presently things are somewhat simpler in my life since I moved here to the U.S., presently everything is somewhat more set up. I’m exceptionally thankful to
have in the middle between instructional meetings and have somewhat additional rest since I didn’t have it previously. Life is something similar, I’m a similar individual, yet presently things are somewhat simpler and more agreeable — however with similar difficult work and timetable.”
Looking forward to her October 15 battle with Hughes, another LFA veteran, that’s what Rodriguez thought “I think this will be an extreme battle and a nice sentiment. Since now — I got the chance to have the primary battle [against Hansen], which I was extremely anxious about it. Presently I don’t have such a lot of nerves about it, I
simply need to go, go, go. It will be an alternate battle, and it will be an exceptionally thrilling battle without a doubt.”
Having come to the large show, Rodriguez presently takes on the job of guide to a portion of different warriors in her rec center. Similarly, Rodriguez herself had shifted focus over to her more experienced partners in front of her own UFC debut.
“It’s cool since I figure we ought to help one another. It doesn’t make any difference what position you are throughout everyday life, assuming you have the open door, help someone,” Rodriguez said on that front. “On the off chance that they have the ability and they are committed and they need to battle and they need to invest the
hard energy [into] it, what difference would it make? To assist them. That is the very thing that I’m attempting to do now with Jacqueline [Cavalcanti] and every one of the female warriors that I see, that are genuinely trying. If they simply need pictures and stuff, it’s not something similar. However, when you see them truly battling and buckling down each day, restrained, without a doubt you need to help them.”