Ditcheva rammed through another opponent in the PFL cage

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Dakota Ditcheva (12:0) continues her pursuit to greatness in MMA after clinching another first round victory in the PFL cage. She knocked out Chelsea Hackett (4:3:1) and gathered the full 12 points from the Regular Season.

Both of these girls are former Muay-Thai world champions but the margin between them was as big as the Grand canyon in this fight.

Dangerous didn’t let slip any of the 9 strike attempts from the Australian and only missed twice in her own punches and kicks.


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The fight ended after 3:22 minutes but this is only because Hackett found a way to push the English born Bulgarian to the fence and have some rest. But that wasn’t enough and after Dakota pushed for some space she finished the job with some nasty combinations sending Chelsea to the ground.

Dakota Ditcheva will be facing Jena Bishop (7:1) in the play-offs later this year despite the fact that the American lost her fight with Taila Santos (21:3) early in the evening. She got 6 point out of her own fight against Chelsea Hackett and found a way to slip ahead.

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