Video: Rose Namajunas vs. Jessica Andrade Face Off From UFC 237 Media Day

Rose Namajunas Jessica Andrade
Rose Namajunas Jessica Andrade

UFC 237 Media Day Staredown Video

UFC is returning to business this Saturday (May 11, 2019) with UFC 237 pay-per-view (PPV) event on ESPN+ from inside Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

In the main headliner, strawweight champion Rose Namajunas will out her title on the line when she clashes against top division contender, Jessica Andrade. Meanwhile, the co-headliner features a former middleweight champion Anderson Silva who’ll try to prove that he still has the power to hold on when he battles against Jared Cannonier.

More action in the main card includes a featherweight champion Jose Aldo who’ll look to stop the uprising of 145-pound Alex Volkanovski. This bout would be Aldo’s second last of his career with last one coming later this year in Brazil.

Check out below the UFC 237 media day faceoffs. (Courtesy MMAFighting)

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1 thought on “Video: Rose Namajunas vs. Jessica Andrade Face Off From UFC 237 Media Day”

  1. Wow! Some of the face off’s were impressive. The biggest change was Irene Aldana. Just go back and check her pass pictures. She was cut and has some massive increase in muscle. This tells me she was serious in the pass several months in her training. That kind of increase doesn’t happen over night. If she worked on her stand up and ground game with the same results…she will be fantastic in her fight.
    Jose Aldo looks in great condition and he needs to be take Alex Volkanovski seriously and I believe he has and
    it should also be a great fight.
    Love the great respect that Rose and Jessica is giving to each other…looking for a fight of the year look. The Anderson Silva and Jared Cannonier maybe a very good fight also. Surprising how much bigger Anderson looks compared to Cannonier but Cannonier isn’t someone to sleep on…Cannonier has potential and is improving rapidly in the middleweight division. From heavyweight to middleweight and he has found his best division for himself.


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