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Yair Rodriguez promises to ko Josh Emmett to win the interim featherweight title at UFC 284



Brace yourselves for a high-stakes showdown, fight fans! Yair Rodriguez is ready to make his mark and take down Josh Emmett in a battle for the interim featherweight title at UFC 284. With a fierce determination and a knockout punch, Rodriguez is promising to deliver an unforgettable performance that will leave the crowd cheering for more.


Rodriguez, known for his lightning-fast strikes and dynamic moves, has been making waves in the featherweight division with his impressive performances. The Mexican fighter is determined to continue his rise to the top and prove that he has what it takes to be a champion.


“Josh Emmett is explosive, aggressive, strong, but I think I have better tools. If I can use my abilities as I normally do, I visualize myself getting a knockout,” Rodriguez said on UFC Countdown.


As evidenced by the fact that three of his eight victories in the UFC came by knockout, Yair Rodriguez certainly has knockout strength. He has won five of his victories via this style. Rodriguez would have a harder time slamming Josh Emmett out rather than he thinks since he has already been knocked out once, which happened in 2018.


“It’s been a successful career; it’s been a great journey. I’m always going to keep on pushing forward to become a champion,” Rodriguez added.


Emmett, on the other hand, is a seasoned veteran of the sport and has been making his waves in the featherweight division. He is known for his heavy hands and unrelenting pace, which has earned him a reputation as one of the toughest fighters in the game.


Rodriguez claims that his journey has been satisfactory thus far, but he is aware that a championship would help him preserve his reputation. If he wins against Emmett at UFC 284, he will become the interim champion, which might result in a promotion to undisputed assuming Alexander Volkanovski doesn't come back to 145 pounds or if he fights the Australian soon.


Yair Rodriguez ultimately defeated Brian Ortega by TKO in a match in which "T-City" dislocated his shoulder. Before that, The Mexican has only managed to claim victories over Jeremy Stephens and Korean Zombie while getting beaten by Max Holloway via decision and one no-contest against Jeremy Stephens in his last four fights. He has also achieved noteworthy victories over BJ Penn, Andre Fili, Dan Hooker, and Alex Caceres over his career.


The fight will take place on Australian soil in the city of Perth, and fans around the world are eagerly awaiting the outcome. Both Rodriguez and Emmett have promised to give it their all in the octagon, and the winner of this high-stakes showdown will take one step closer to becoming the featherweight champion of the world.

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