Waterson and Herrig are similar in multiple ways, right down to the fact that they both have 21 professional fights under their belts as they ready to reach 22 together in Las Vegas. While Waterson comes from a karate background and Herrig is more of a Muay Thai stylist, they’re both strikers at heart with solid submission skills and scrambling abilities in their back pockets should the action hit the canvas.
Neither has the fight-altering power of top contender Jessica Andrade or the dominant wrestling skills of rising star Tatiana Suarez, but both are high output, high cardio, high pace veterans with a propensity for delivering entertaining performances whenever they step into the Octagon.
What makes this contest so compelling, however, is where these two women are at in their respective careers and how that fits within the current landscape of the 115-pound weight division.
Although Herrig enters next weekend’s main card opener
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More than a decade after it was recorded, Fox will air O.J. Simpson’s infamous “If I Did It” interview in which he hypothesizes about the murders of his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ron Goldman.
“O.J. Simpson: The Lost Confession,” will feature the disgraced football hero’s 2006 interview with ex-Harper Collins publisher Judith Regan which he made to promote his book “If I Did It.”
The interview will air on March 11 at 8 p.m. on Fox, according to Variety.
Regan was fired from Harper Collins over her decision to publish his book “If I Did It.” The company also scrapped the book, which was publihed elsewhere. Later, Regan sued Harper Collins’ parent company which resulted in a settlement of over $10 million dollars, The New York Times reported. The original interview never aired after it received harsh criticism from the victim’s families, according to The Hollywood
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