Madelyn Grimaldi prepared and excited for fight week & Muay-Thai bout at USKA Fight Sports
Madelyn Grimaldi will be traveling south to Hamburg, PA from her home in Rhode Island to happily get back in the ring and compete in the sport that is her lifestyle. Grimaldi will take on Kellie Marin in a full rules muay-thai bout at USKA Fight Sports live from the Hamburg Fieldhouse on May 15th.
Grimaldi is engaged to Ross “Turbo” Levine who is a Glory kickboxer who has gotten off to a 4-0 (3KOs) blazing beginning to his pro career. Madelyn referred to him as “a calculated assassin” when we chatted about her camp and daily routine leading up to her fight. She also told MyMMANews..
“All through the pandemic, we were able to drill and train constantly. It was awful that our gym had to close down for so long, but having Ross and just learning more and more how he sees things has helped me get better. I’m just excited that we are here talking about a fight and things seem to be getting back to normal. I thank Kellie for stepping up to take the fight because originally my opponent was one of her teammates, and nothing but respect for her and her team.”
You can see and hear our full interview on the link above. Gary Grant Jr is the president of USKA Fight Sports and tells us that this event will be available on pay per view for $30 In addition to the Marin and Grimaldi bout, there are a stack of hard hitting contests lined up. Grant has been busy with BKFC ring duties but is back to doing his own shows as well now that some of the restrictions have been lifted. Tickets are available. Visit www.uskafights.com for information and to purchase. $50 General admission and $75 for preferred seating.
Stay right here at MyMMANews for some more interviews off of the USKA fight card.
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