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How much happiness! Two well-known UFC fighters announced a pregnancy


In these hours, it was confirmed that the family between two fighters from UFC will grow in a few months, making fans of the MMA. Thiago Santos and Yana Kunitskaya It will be bigger and now there will be three members. In 2022, they will both have a baby, which was announced this Sunday afternoon. Both fighters made it clear that she is pregnant and earned everyone’s congratulations. Without a doubt, the happiest moment of the two.

Notably Saints and Kunitskaya They made a joke earlier this year when they announced a fake pregnancy together. At that time, there were several people close to the fighters of UFC that was a lie. On this occasion, they assured MMA Fighting that it is true. Therefore, the rumor is apparently real, so that both will be parents in a few months.

The present of both

Nowadays, Yana Kunitskaya She is coming off losing in her most recent showdown at the company, when she was brutally knocked out at UFC 264 in July. The fall was by technical knockout in the first round, against Irene Aldana. The Mexican broke her nose and dominated her for the duration of the fight. Regarding her image that day, her response was “my crazy body”, causing pregnancy rumors.

At the time, it was clearly what could confirm those suspicions that a baby was on the way. Undoubtedly, the criticism also fell, since the child’s life could be in danger. Notably Yana Kunitskaya currently competes in the women’s bantamweight of the world’s leading company of the MMA, where he just has a 4-2 record. Now, it will take several months to return.

For his part, “Marreta”, Thiago Santos, he came out the loser in the last three fights he had. The most recent was against Aleksandar Rakic, at the UFC 259 event, in March of this year. After tearing the ACL in one of his knees, in another tough split decision loss to Jon Jones for the 2019 Light Heavyweight title, the Brazilian returned in November 2020 and lost by submission with Glover Teixeira.

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