Looks like Calderwood is back in game and wants to prove it as soon as possible.The scottish boxer said “I’m going to get the win. I’m going to go in there and do whatever it takes to get the win in the judges’ eye or submission, KO or whatever to get back in the win column.”
UFC 242 takes place Saturday at The Arena in Yas Island.
Calderwood intends to deliver an intense performance against Andrae Lee, one that puts her back in women’s flyweight title contention. After Calderwood’s loss to Katlyn Chookagian, which she thought was unjust in her previous match. Calderwood promises to pick up the pace even more this time with Lee.
“Just be more busy and even though some shots don’t land, in my last fight the judges seen that as a good thing,” Calderwood said Wednesday at UFC 242 open workouts. “Just stay more busy and enjoy myself.” She mentioned that Lee was an ‘interesting boxer’ and she liked boxing her in the octagon.