translated from Spanish: Marlon ‘Chito’ Vera sends this message to José Aldo before his fight

Ecuadorian Marlon “Chito” Vera doesn’t want to waste what will be one of the most important fights of his career. Crone’s originally artemarcialist is trained to take action against Brazilian Jose Aldo in the co-star match of the UFC Vegas 17 event, which will be held on Saturday, December 19. Vera is well aware of what this challenge represents that will be in crow’s weight and has confidence in her ability to succeed; so he hopes to deliver everything above the octagon and ruin Aldo’s plans in the organization.
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“I’m a nerd to understand how things work at UFC. This is a chance to prove that you can still defeat someone who is growing up, and this is my chance to send you home and I will stay. I came to be a champion and I’m going to get him out of that line,” he said, in an interview with MMA Fighting.

After her great triumph in her last feud, ending Sean O’Malley’s undefeated, Vera wants to repeat the feat to the Brazilian this weekend. Very focused on growing up in the division, Marlon thinks he can contribute to the bad phase of Aldo, to approach the top and force the disengagement of the Brazilian, who has not won a fight after his debut in the cockweights.” This is probably the worst fight for him. It’s just one more day’s work for me. When the octagon closes, I’m going to fight a lot. I want to crush him and take the victory. I’m not going to be intimidated, as a samurai says, I agree to die to conquer victory. I’m not kidding,” exiled Marlon Vera, 28. Should she win against Aldo at UFC Vegas 17, Vera could make a big leap in the rankings. The Ecuadorian currently ranks 15th, where as the former champion is in seventh place. The former featherweight champion, is considered one of the best in the history of the division, Aldo is in a complex phase. Without winning since February 2019, the Brazilian has won only four of his last ten fights. Vera is a fighter who bases his style on jiu-jitsu, muay thai and boxing. His mixed martial arts debut was in 2010, with a triumph in the city of Quito, Ecuador. In 2014 he had his first UFC fight, losing to Mexican Marco Beltran.In Saturday’s stellar match in Las Vegas, Stephen Thompson will clash with Geoff Neal, two fighters who are looking for an opportunity to contest the UFC welterweight championship. This is a major showdown for both of them as it could set their course at 170 pounds, a category in which several are in the fight to conquer the long-awaited belt. The event can be seen in Mexico on the cable and satellite systems through the FOX Sports signal.

Original source in Spanish

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