The former undefeated CFFC title challenger, Jasmine Jasudavicius, will step into the cage again in March under the CFFC banner. Her lone career loss came in controversial fashion when losing in a split decision battle for the vacant strawweight title.
Although a blemish on the record, the Canadian feels it was a lesson well learned.
“Coming off a loss, there is tons of lessons,” Jasudavicius told MMA Empire.
“Technically speaking, my worst matchup is someone who runs from me and won’t engage, she [Elise Reed] exploited that. That is something I’ve heavily been working on, making it a strength instead of a weakness.”
Jasudavicius will be competing at a higher weight when returning back to the cage in March. Competing at flyweight, the 31-year-old prospect is set to meet Ashlee Dean.
“I don’t know much about this girl,” Jasudavicius stated.
“My coaches get sent the fight, I’ve seen one fight (of hers) from two years ago. It is COVID though, everyone has improved. I’m going to go in there ready for anything.”
The now 4-1 Jasudavicius has not faltered in her dream of stepping into the UFC Octagon. In fact, the loss has made her hungrier than ever. The Ontario fighter believes the UFC is near, but work is still left to be done.
“I’m hoping after this win I get the call for the UFC,” Jasudavicius said.
“In all honesty, I’m not looking anything past my next training session, not looking that far into the future, but I want the UFC.”