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What Happened to UFC Bantam Weight Beauty Aleksandra Albu?


Russian WMMA fighter Aleksandra Albu was signed by the UFC in late 2013, however her octagon debut was postponed after dropping off the card from UFC Fight Night 33 due to an undisclosed injury in November.

Taking a look at the video she seems to have some decent moves in the gym.  But could this bantam weight beauty be the femme fatale to take down Ronda Rousey?

Though her performance is relatively unknown in the octagon, judging from these photos it’s difficult to deny that she does have some significant assets at her disposal.


If McMann doesn’t succeed at UFC 170, we may get to see this fight at some point in the not too distant future.

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