Jasmine Jasudavicius plans to ‘steal some of’ Kay Hansen’s OnlyFans with UFC 270 win.
Jasmine Jasudavicius will be stepping into the Octagon for the first time as an official UFC fighter on Saturday at UFC 270. Her opponent, Kay Hansen, has a lot of eyes on her, due to her sometimes controversial OnlyFans account … something Jasudavicius likes as it means she’ll have lots of eyes on her, as well.
“My coach calls me ‘The OnlyFans Assassin’ because of it, but I like that she promotes herself and has garnered a lot of hype behind her; now I have an opportunity to steal some of those fans at UFC 270,” Jasudavicius told FanSided via email. “I think this matchup with Kay Hansen is great. I feel like she’s well-rounded and I’m well-rounded, so you’ll be able to get a sprinkle of everything. It’s going to be an awesome fight to start off the card.”
Despite her knowing the fight will be well-rounded, she knows there are strengths and weaknesses unique to her opponent.
“I think she’s a tough fighter,” she said. “She’s obviously been battle-tested, and she’s down to scrap. As for weaknesses, I feel like she’s coming up to 125 pounds. She’s never faced somebody as big as me.”
Jasmine Jasudavicius is coming off a win on DWCS in 2021
Jasudavicius is coming off an appearance on Dana White’s Contender Series which she feels sets her up for a more successful UFC debut.
“I’m very fortunate to have fought on the Contender Series before my debut,” Jasudavicius said. “I definitely think it gives me an edge coming in. It almost feels like the Contender Series was my debut, and this is my first “real” fight inside the UFC Octagon. The Contender Series showed me that I can compete at this level, and it proved that when all of the pressure’s on, I can still execute. It’ll be great to do this on an even bigger stage.”
In addition to making her UFC debut, she’ll be doing it on a huge PPV card.
“I’m very excited to be fighting on such a big PPV,” she said. “You always imagine what your UFC debut will be, and this is better than I ever imagined. I feel like fighting on the Contender Series got me prepared for this fight because I got used to how the UFC works and all the social media and everything that goes on for it. I almost feel like that was my debut, and this is just me getting back to work.”
UFC 270 takes place on Saturday, Jan. 22, 2022, live from the Honda Center in Anaheim, CA. Follow along with FanSided MMA, who is on-site, for all your news and highlights.