“Loma Lokboonmee” is ready to fight “Reed” in the UFC 284 championship fight in Australia on February 12.

Loma Lukboonmee, the only female fighter from Thailand in the UFC fight, has returned to the biggest fight in the world under the fight UFC 284: MAKHACHEV vs. VOLKANOVSKI, competing in the strawberry coordinates Women’s weightlifter vs. Elise Reid, 30-year- age American Opponent on February 12, 2023 in Perth, Australia.

Supisara Khonlak, a 26-year-old Thai female fighter from Buriram, with a record of 7 wins and 3 losses, who has fought in the Muay Thai ring for more than 200 bouts and was also a former champion in the Asawin Dam fight by Loma Start Stepped to the Octagon ring for the first time in 2019 and he managed to win the first fight.

While the latest work shows a song to elbow teeth against Denise Gomez, an opponent from Brazil. Before chasing and winning points beautifully at UFC FIGHT NIGHT: SANDHAGEN VS SONG on Sunday, September 18, the dolphins opponent in the next fight, Alice Reed, a 30-year-old American, has a record of 6 wins, 2 losses, with the latest results beating Melissa Martinez in September.

After knowing the timetable for her return to the UFC ring, Loma Lookboonmee spoke about her feeling of being able to show her skills again.

“I still get excited every time I fight in the UFC because that’s my dream. I can’t wait for the next fight.”

“I didn’t think anything about fighting. I’m just going out to fight. and do your best Every fighter wants to win. Nobody wants to lose. and I didn’t give up. I’m looking forward to fighting Reed.”

For the fight UFC 284: MAKHACHEV vs VOLKANOVSKI, the main event of the program is a fight between the champion Islam Makhachev from Russia and the World Heavyweight Champion Alexander Volkanovski Australian Featherweight who made the weight come down to meet Makashev

While the runner-up is an interim featherweight championship from Volkanovsky’s inferior version to a fight with Makashev, a meeting between Yaear Rodriguez, the Mexican No. 2 runner-up will face American No. 5 Josh Emmett.

Thai boxing fans can watch on the TRUE SPORTS HD3 channel (668) and the Fight Pass UFC application. More details at https://www.ufc.com/event/ufc-284

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