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When you think of UFC women’s flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko, does “fired up” come to mind? Probably not, right?
Unless she’s celebrating a win with a dance, Shevchenko is always so mild-mannered and rarely shows emotion. That all changes when she’s in the corner of her sister, Antonina Shevchenko.
Here’s the awesome video evidence to prove it ():
Valentina is back in Antonina’s corner Saturday night for her fight against Andrea Lee at UFC 262. The event takes place at Toyota Center in Houston, with a capacity crowd expected, but seeing Valentina go berserk makes me wish this fight was happening at the UFC Apex in front of nobody.
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Andrea Lee relieved to snap losing skid at UFC 262: 'I don't want that to happen again' .
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