Top undefeated Canadian prospect Jasmine Jasudavicius is set to make her return to action on February 1 at CFFC 81.
Canadian flyweight prospect Jasmine Jasudavicius (3-0) will take on Gabriella “GDaddy” Gulfin (2-1-0) in a 122-pound catchweight bout. The fight will go down at Cage Fury Fighting Championships (CFFC) 81 live inside the Parx Casino in Bensalem, Pennsylvania on Saturday, Feb. 1.
Since her amateur debut in November 2017, Jasudavicius has been making waves in the flyweight division. Niagara Top Team Coach Chris Prickett said the fighter has been “on a quick rise” since the start of her fighting career two years ago. He noted that the upcoming fight will be featured on UFC Fight Pass which he believes is an incredible platform. He added that Jasudavicius has continued to be super active in multiple disciplines including boxing, kickboxing, wrestling, and Jiu-Jitsu.
Recently, top UFC flyweight contender and female fighting pioneer Roxanne Modafferi asked Jasudavicius to join her training camp for her bout against Maycee Barber on the upcoming UFC 246 card. Prickett said this worked out perfectly for the Niagara Top Team/Para Bellum MMA athlete as she is spending her fight camp for CFFC 81at Syndicate MMA in Las Vegas. Therefore allowing her to get in some good training with the likes of top fighters such as Modafferi and Joanne “JoJo” Calderwood.
Jasudavicius’ manager Matt Dodge told The Scrap that the Canadian is reframing and preparing to make the pro cut to the 115-pound strawweight division moving forward. Hence the reason for this next bout with Gulfin being at 122-pounds. Jasudavicius has fought once at strawweight in her undefeated seven-fight career (four amateur, three pro) to this point.
Dodge also commented on the importance of the opportunity for Jasudavicius to fight on CFFC 81.
“We’re excited that Jas will have an international platform like CFFC and UFC Fight Pass to show the MMA world how skilled she is. She has put in a tremendous amount of work to be in this position and we couldn’t be more excited about the opportunity in front of her. She is more than ready for this.”