Female MMA star finds out she’s three months pregnant moments before competing for Dana White

The Dana White’s Contender Series is a breeding ground for future UFC stars, consistently unearthing promising talent. The primary goal of this tournament is to identify young athletes who have the potential to become well-known UFC stars.

One of the combatants unexpectedly withdrew during this season of the competition. Many fans were surprised to learn the motivation behind this decision.

Corinne Laframboise is a seasoned MMA combatant from Montreal, Quebec. She is affiliated with Brazilian Top Team Canada.

Laframboise announced her withdrawal from the upcoming bout in the series. The reason behind this abrupt decision was a positive pregnancy test. The Montreal-based combatant discovered she was three months pregnant after undergoing her blood test before the match. This revelation prompted her to withdraw from the scheduled bout set for September 5th.

The DWCS has a proven track record of churning out champions like Jamahal Hill and Sean O’Malley, whose stellar performances catapulted them into the UFC spotlight. Also Dana White’s keen eye for talent has consistently scouted and nurtured budding stars, paving their way to stardom in the promotion.

Laframboise’s unexpected withdrawal has cast a shadow of uncertainty over her future in this season’s series. While fans send their well wishes to Corinne and her forthcoming child, the question of her return to the octagon remains unanswered.

UFC President Dana White addressed the headline-grabbing incident involving Sean Strickland, who engaged in a physical altercation with a fan during his tour of Australia preceding UFC 293.

The person was an Israel Adesanya fan, and provoked Strickland with taunting remarks. This led to the 32-year-old’s outburst.

White downplayed the incident and assured fans that precautions were taken prior to Strickland’s visit to prevent such altercations. Acknowledging Strickland’s penchant for controversy, White reassured fans that such incidents would not be repeated, with additional security measures now in place around Strickland.

Sean Strickland is slated to face middleweight champion Israel Adesanya at UFC 293 in the Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney, Australia.