Weili Zhang regained the gold belt of the world champion, defeating the American professional female fighter
Surrendered American women's professional martial artist Zhang Weili to regain the World Championship belt
Chinese women's professional fight sensation(1) Zhang Weili received her pre-battle wish at Madison Square Garden in New York City at noon Beijing time on November 13. In the long-awaited fight for the golden belt at the Ultimate Fighting Championship UFC 281 tournament, she returned the golden belt of the division champion to China, unquestioningly (2) defeating the American sensation in the women's straw weight Carl Esparz with a choke hold.
At noon Beijing time on November 13, Chinese women's professional martial arts (1) star Zhang Weili fulfilled her pre-match wish at Madison Square in New York. In a high-profile belt fight at UFC 281, the ultimate martial arts tournament, she undisputedly (2) subdued women's strawweight American Carla Espazza with her naked twisting technique to bring the division's title back to China.
Zhang Weili prepared well for this fight. In the first round (3), Zhang Weili launched an aggressive attack on her opponent. In the second round, Carla once captured Zhang Weili for a takedown, but Zhang Weili managed to turn the position around and get it back. Zhang Weili then used a choke hold and a lock on Carla from the bottom position, forcing her opponent to surrender (4) at 1:05, which gave Zhang Weili a second victory in the UFC women's strawweight and made her the third fighter to achieve this success after Rose Namajunas and Carla Esparza. "The last time (5) I won the title in China, I thought I was the Weili of China, and this time, when I got the title in America, I think I'm the Weili of the World!" Zhang Weili said after the race.
Zhang Weili made full preparations before this game. In the first round (3), Zhang Weili launched an aggressive attack on her opponent. In the second round, Kara once took the initiative to throw Zhang Weili and won the hand, but was flipped by Zhang Weili and took it to the back. Zhang then strangled and locked up on Carla in the next position, forcing her opponent to throw in the towel at 1:05 (4), and Zhang Weili won the UFC women's strawweight title for the second time, and she became the third fighter to do so after Ross Namayunas and Kara Espaza. "The last time (5) won the championship in China, I felt that I was the great beauty of China, and this time I won the championship in the United States, I think I am the great beauty of the world!" Zhang Weili said after the game.
According to Zhang Weili, it is inevitable that in every match one player will win (6) and the other will lose (7). But if you're only thinking about winning and losing, you'll be limited to things that will limit your workouts and, by extension, your progress. "People should not be swayed by gains and losses. I think I just need to be myself, give 100% in training and continue to improve my technique and base. In short(8), do what you have to do, cook the parts you can, and enjoy it."
In Zhang Weili's view, in every game, one player will win (6) and another player will lose (7), which is inevitable. But if you just think about winning or losing, you will be limited by this kind of thing, limit training, and then limit progress. "People shouldn't be swayed by gains and losses. I think I should only be myself, achieve 100% results in training, and constantly improve my technique and foundation. All in all (8), do what you have to do, prepare the parts you can prepare for, and enjoy it. ”
Regaining his gold belt, Zhang Weili becomes the 3rd fighter in UFC history to win the women's strawweight title twice. "The win over Kara means I will be able to face the best fighters and defending my title(9) will not be easy." Zhang Weili said that to do this, you need to continue to work hard.
After reclaiming the belt, Zhang Weili became the third fighter in UFC history to win two women's strawweight titles. "Beating Carla means I'll be able to face the challenge of the best fighters, and defending  is not an easy task." Zhang Weili said that this requires continued hard work.