“She’s delusional,” Nunes acknowledged for the length of her UFC 269 media day. “What about her top possible buddy, Miesha Tate? What about Sara McMann? Sara McMann nearly beat her. Sara McMann give up within the battle. If she didn’t give up, she would’ve beat Julianna. I beat Sara McMann years ago. I feel esteem she can discuss no subject she desires. She has to assign that to negate the total attention. I’m going to suppose her she can hang the total attention she desires because Saturday is my evening. No one is going to retract that belt from me.”
Nunes wasn’t shying away from how she felt about her future opponent, in particular after Pena insinuated Nunes dilapidated COVID as an excuse to push abet the battle.
“She’s a clown,” Nunes acknowledged of Pena.
Despite the indisputable truth that Nunes doesn’t appear to be jumpy by Pena’s trash order, she is mindful that it’s a battle and Pena shouldn’t be taken flippantly.
“Within the cage each person becomes bad,” Nunes acknowledged. “She has nothing to lose. I even must in spite of everything be ready for everything. She’s positively bad. She’s a extremely true fighter. She on no account battle a lioness earlier than.”
Nunes sees her path to victory clearly for UFC 269.
“She has the total holes, so I will assign her on the flooring. Germaine (de Randamie) performed her. Germaine is a striker and performed Julianna Pena. My game is above all these girls she fought. I honest correct need a mistake from her on the putting or on the flooring.”
Nunes and Pena will face off within the co-fundamental match at UFC 269 on Saturday, Dec. 11, 2021, live from Las Vegas, NV.
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