Polyana Viana returned to winning ways with a knockout victory over Jin Yu Frey at UFC Vegas 64. Following the dominant victory, the 30-year-old addressed her absence from OnlyFans in the post-fight media scrum.
Viana made quick work of her opponent, defeating her in 0:47 seconds of the very first round. The strawweight contender found her range early, landing a series of quick hands that dropped Frey. She followed her opponent to the ground and followed up with a barrage of punches before the referee stepped in to stop the fight.
Speaking to the media about her absence from the internet subscription service, OnlyFans, Viana said [translated via interpreter] :
“Yeah, I’ll stay five more days here with my manager. We’re going to talk with the owner of OnlyFans and ask everything to restart.”
Furthermore, she added:
“No, I just moved to Sao Paulo. I have a young son to take care of… I have cats, two dogs, I live far away from the school so I wasn’t able to manage to do everything.”
With tonight’s victory, Polyana Viana extended her UFC record to four victories and four losses (4-4). It is noteworthy that she has won three of her last four fights.
Watch the post-fight media scrum below:
Polyana Viana enters the UFC women’s strawweight division record books with a sensational victory over Jinh Yu Frey
Polyana Viana made a statement at UFC Vegas 64 when she knocked out Jinh Yu Frey in the first round. The cherry on top for her was the fact that she entered the record books claiming the fourth-fastest finish in strawweight division history.
The Brazilian looked determined to make quick work of her opponent as she rallied for the finish from the get go.
Reacting to the fight during the post-fight octagon interview, Vianna said:
“This time I’m happy. This time she came to fight. That’s what makes the fight.”
Watch the post-fight interview below:
Polyana Viana made sure that she did not leave the octagon before making her case to be featured on the UFC Brazil card in January 2023. It is also the premier MMA organization’s first Brazil-based pay-per-view event since UFC 239.