Jasmine Jasudavicius

Jasmine Jasudavicius on Natalia Silva bout at UFC: Kattar vs Emmett

Jasmine Jasudavicius tests skills with Natalia Silva at UFC Fight Night: Kattar vs Emmett on June 18th. This flyweight fight emanates from Moody Center in Austin, Texas.

Jasudavicius returned to Bowks Talking Bouts and we covered several topics prior to this prizefight. Excerpts from our chat can be found by scrolling below.

Jasmine Jasudavicius

Jasudavicius’ thoughts on her successful UFC debut vs Kay Hansen at UFC 270

“It was a sick performance. It’s like your debut, you dream about it. But it was better than I could have dreamt about. Everything was so sick about it. Fight week was awesome, the fight was awesome. I feel like I looked good in my fight. I was a bit tentative and still playing it safe. It was my debut. But yeah, it was an amazing experience.”

Jasmine Jasudavicius continued, “I was like super safe. I didn’t want to get into any brawls. I figured the only way she would beat me is if I put myself out of position and you know I wanted to win that debut. So I didn’t want to mess around.”

Jasudavicius’ thoughts on Natalia Silva and the skillset that she brings to the table

“I have no idea what she’s going to be like. It’s just like fighting in the amateur days. Where you don’t know anything about them. They don’t know anything about…well she knows a bit about me, I’m sure. You know, it’s just going to be a fun fight. Because it will be exactly that, a fight.”

Jasmine Jasudavicius continued, “She wouldn’t be in the UFC for no reason. She’s obviously talented but I’m really looking forward to seeing what she has to offer.”

If Jasmine Jasudavicius has a desired 2022 strength of schedule

“God forbid I don’t get any injuries and I can fight four times this year, that would be awesome.”

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