Faced with rising public attention over the average salary of the promotion’s athletes, Dana White once famously referred to the UFC as an opportunity. In order to increase their chances of being signed by the most prestigious MMA promotion in the world, innumerable mixed martial artists compete.
Discipline is a common trait of a fighter who grabs the UFC’s attention. It has been obvious over time that the promotion supports boxers who never miss weight or withdraw from matches. Unfortunately, many fighters have difficulty losing weight because it is a difficult process.
So it makes obvious that the majority of fighters adhere to rigorous diets. However, not every fighter who competes under Dana White’s supervision is enthusiastic about doing so. Paddy “The Baddy” Pimblett, a promising lightweight, is renowned for consuming fast food and putting on weight. Thankfully, he only does this away from fight camps.
Jamey-Lyn Horth, however, does not fit this description.
Many would assume that she would be nervous because she is scheduled to make her promotional debut on April 29. Jamey-Lyn Horth appears unfazed by the important occasion.
According to a Sportskeeda interview She ate a donut during her current training camp, according to MMA’s own James Lynch, the undefeated fighter: