VERONA, N.Y. – Bruna Ellen has made no mystery of her high objectives. Be that as it may, after a major Bellator 182 win, the flyweight is in no hurry to contact them.
Ellen (4-1 MMA, 2-1 BMMA) pushed out Veta Arteaga (3-2 MMA, 2-2 BMMA) in a nearby challenge that finished in a split call this past Friday at Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, N.Y. The win implies Ellen is presently two battles expelled from an unsuccessful limited time make a big appearance, and off to a strong begin in her as yet blossoming star profession.
Yet, as glad as she is with a primary card prevail upon an extreme contender, Ellen still trusts a considerable measure of steps are yet to come in the confine.
"Regardless I have a ton to appear," Ellen told MMAjunkie in her local Portuguese. "I'm certain that with each battle, there'll be more development, and another show. I'm in no surge. I need to exhibit my work, do it battle by battle, and demonstrate the world what I adore doing. That is the reason I'm here."
Ellen conceded she wasn't generally hoping to hear the split call being reported – she thought it was entirely certain that she'd won two rounds against Arteaga. In any case, having left with her hand raised, she won't make too enormous of an arrangement out of it, either.
With respect to what she experienced against individual up-and-comer Arteaga, who'd picked up fairly a notoriety of face-destroyer after her showcases over Anastasia Yankova and Brooke Mayo, Ellen says she wasn't precisely astonished.
She expected a troublesome test. So she anticipated it.