Bella Mir, the daughter of previous UFC heavyweight winner Frank Mir, notched the very first stoppage gain of her younger job on Friday evening.
The 17-year-previous, Mir (2- MMA), built her very first iKon Struggle Federation appearance back in October exactly where she attained a unanimous conclusion victory more than Danielle Wynn (-1 MMA).
This evening in Mexico, Bella Mir returned to the ring for a featherweight bout reverse Alma Cespedes (-2 MMA).
The contest resulted in a initial round stoppage, this immediately after Bella secured a rear-naked choke that finally put Alma to slumber (video by using @AlexBehunin on Twitter).
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— Alex Behunin (@AlexBehunin) December 12, 2020
With the win, Frank Mir’s daughter is now a fantastic 2- in her younger and budding specialist job.
Back in September it was declared that Bella Mir experienced signed a offer with Front Row Management. That information arrived as no shock, as Malki and Abe Kawa are the recent supervisors of Bella’s father in previous UFC heavyweight Frank Mir.
“This 1 is a very good one… please enable me in welcoming 17 yr aged @ladymir11 Bella Mir to the @firstroundmgmt household. Bella’s occurs to be the oldest daughter of 2x heavyweight winner and first Cuban champion ever in the @ufc, @thefrankmir. Now here’s the very best aspect: bella is regarded as the very best athlete in Las Vegas, male or feminine, her father has been coaching her for a long time, and well… she’s producing her pro debut following month‼️ skies the restrict and here’s to the serious future of the women’s divisions everywhere you go! I’d say welcome to the fam, but you’ve been family members! #mir #mma #womanpower #fightlikeagirl”
As Kawa notes in his post, Frank Mir has been teaching Bella for years. So it will come as no shock that she showed glimpses of her father’s greatness this night.
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This short article first appeared on BJPENN.com December 12, 2020