Slated to make her return to the Octagon at UFC 297 later this month, incoming vacant bantamweight championship challenger, Mayra Bueno Silva has claimed “nobody” is looking forward to viewing her siege against former title chaer, Raquel Pennington in Canada.
Bueno, currently ranked number three bantamweight competitor, will fight for her first title under the banner of UFC this month, as co-main event honors in a championship dualheader.
Sidelined since July, Brazilian contender, Bueno Silva recently served a suspension after testing positive for ritilinac acid, seeing her blistering second round ninja choke submission win over former champion, Holly Holm overturned to an official ‘No Contest’ as a result.
For Pennington, the surging number two ranked bantamweight contender, is in the midst of an eye-catching five fight winning run, most recently landing a decision win over Bueno SIlva’s compatriot, Ketlen Vieira.
Mayra Silva downplays UFC title fight
However, Bueno Silva – who has already seen her title fight with Pennington played down with UFC 297 headliner, Sean Strickland, claims nobody is tuning in to see their…