UFC 272 star Maryna Moroz tears into Vladimir Putin: “F*** you, b****!”

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Ukrainian UFC fighter Maryna Moroz went in on Russian president Vladimir Putin in the aftermath of the ongoing Ukraine-Russia war

Maryna Moroz will compete at UFC 272 this weekend against Mariya Agapova, while her country battles the ongoing onslaught of their neighbors Russia.

As she prepares for a battle of her own come Saturday, her thoughts are with her people back in Ukraine, and she will look forward to making a statement through her performance.

Speaking to TMZ sports, she sent out a strong message to Russian President Vladimir Putin and urged her countrymen to stay strong. She said, “F**k you, bitch! I love my country. Don’t touch Ukraine,” 

What is Ukrainian fighter Maryna Moroz’s record?

Maryna Moroz will compete at UFC 272 against Mariya Agapova in the flyweight division.

Moroz started training in boxing at a very young age, and began training MMA in late 2013. She made her professional debut in 2013 and cumulated a record of 5-0, before joining Xtreme Fighting Championships.

After just one fight and win inside Xtreme Fighting Championship, she was signed in the UFC, and made her debut against Joanne Calderwood in 2015. She won the fight by submission.

Her current UFC record is 5 wins and 3 losses, and her overall MMA record stands at 13-3. She has never been finished inside the octagon, and all her losses have come by decision.

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