Ayaka Miura believes ‘physical strength and judo technique’ will lead to victory over Brazilian jiu-jitsu star Daniel Kelly


Mixed martial arts powerhouse Ayaka Miura It’s ready to get back to its grappling roots and will have a show in the process.

February 24th ONE Fight Night 7: Lineker vs. Andrade II on Prime Video‘Zombies’ face off against American Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu geniuses Daniel Kelly At an exciting submission grappling contest live during prime time in the US.

A veteran with seven MMA bouts in the circle, Miura may seem out of her element against elite BJJ black belts like Kelly.

But the Japanese superstar is no stranger to high-level grappling. She is a 3rd degree black belt in judo, has proven to be a dangerous finisher, and all of her wins in ONE have been by submission.

At the same time, Miura is fully aware of his opponent’s qualifications and prepares to deal with various types of attacks.

she said:

“You have to watch everything because you know Daniel Kelly is an all-rounder. ”

Kelly is a submission threat in all areas, but “zombie” doesn’t think Americans have a single unstoppable weapon.

On the other hand, she makes no secret of her expertise. Brutally powerful judo takedowns, overpowering top control, and soul-stirring tenacity. All of this has been honed over the years at the highest level of MMA.

The 32-year-old said:

“Daniel Kelly doesn’t have any special techniques because all his skills are at a high level, but that doesn’t mean he’s specialized. I can show that in this grappling match.”

Additionally, the former ONE Women’s Strawweight MMA World Title challenger specializes in one specific technique, earning each of her ONE submissions. From her trademark Scarf Hold Americana.

Miura knows her opponent is anticipating this shoulder snap attempt, so she might be preparing some surprises.

A Japanese player said:

“Daniel Kelly takes care of my locks that everyone has seen in past fights. I hope everyone enjoys this battle.”

Ayaka Miura aims to get on track in tough MMA stretching

Ayaka Miura may be testing the limits of submission grappling, but that doesn’t mean she’s leaving MMA.

Possibly Japan’s top female mixed martial artist, “Zombie” has been in a two-fight skid that includes a failed attempt to become the long-time strawweight MMA queen. Xiong Jinnan.

With that in mind, Miura sees her submission grappling match against Kelly as an opportunity to sharpen her already dangerous ground game. , hopes facing one of the top black belts in the world will pay off.

Added Miura

“This grappling match is important to me because of this fight camp. I would love to enjoy it, I just want to see it as a positive thing.”

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