FeatureUFC 208 needs Katlyn Chookagian. Time to start the #BlondeFighterToBrooklyn movement! by Daniel Yanofsky January 7, 2017 February 11 is almost here. The UFC’s second biggest show in New York (third overall) since the sport was legalized will emanate from The Barclays Center. UFC 208 has its main event, along with many interesting fights scheduled. It feels like its missing something though. Someone close to Team Double G is not on the card, and we believe that should change. Katlyn Chookagian should be fighting on the UFC 208 card. “The Blonde Fighter” (8-1) is no stranger to fighting in New York. The 28-year old New Jersey native became the first MMA fighter to ever kick off a card at Madison Square Garden during UFC 205. While she lost to Liz Carmouche, she impressed well enough to show she belongs. Her previous bouts have been against fighters ranked above her, something she lives for. My Main Event co-host Kristine Haugsjaa interviewed the former amateur kickboxer and boxer before UFC 205. “The Blonde Fighter” loves fighting against those ranked above her, stating that it’s a way to work her way up the ladder in the UFC. Now, she wants another opponent ASAP. httpss://twitter.com/blondefighter/status/815048198037258240For months, Kristine and I have been campaigning for her to make the Brooklyn card, via the hashtag #BlondeFighterToBrooklyn. With about a month until UFC 208, anything is possible. If given the opportunity, you know Katlyn will give it her all. Her footwork will dazzle you, and her stand up could be lethal against any opponent given the right moment. A movement has begun. There are many fights scheduled for UFC 208, and a handful of fighters represent the NY/NJ area (Jim Miller, Ryan LaFlare, etc.) There is only one “Blonde Fighter” though, and she’s waiting patiently for her moment. What does the UFC have to lose? Lets make it happen! Post Views: 1,366The following two tabs change content below.BioLatest PostsDaniel YanofskyBaseball Editor, Misc. Sports Editor. Covers all things combat sports (MMA, Pro Wrestling and Boxing). When he's not writing, Daniel hosts a podcast, The Main Event.Latest posts by Daniel Yanofsky (see all) Mets hire Luis Rojas to replace Carlos Beltran as manager - January 23, 2020 An Outsider’s 2020 Hall of Fame Ballot - January 21, 2020 A Wild Yo Sighting: Yoenis Cespedes participates in running, fielding and hitting drills - January 21, 2020 Following Conor McGregor’s win at UFC 246, is “The King” truly back? - January 20, 2020 Related TopicsBarclays CenterBrooklynKatlyn ChookagianmmaNYCufcUFC 205ufc 208wmma Click to comment You must be logged in to post a comment Login Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Newsletter SubscriptionCan't Miss Posts! UFC Long Island: Ticket & Fight Card Info by Kristine Haugsjaa | posted on May 31, 2017 Women in Sports: Podcast Host, New York Riptide Sideline Reporter, Dani Wexelman by Luke Porco | posted on March 3, 2020 A Look at Paternity Leave in MLB as Trout Becomes a Dad by Elizabeth DiPietro | posted on August 5, 2020 Exclusive Interview: SNY Personality, Maria Marino, Shares Career Journey (VIDEO) by Sunil Sunder Raj | posted on January 28, 2021 A Conversation with Nancy Newman: “We Are All a Yankee Family” by Elizabeth DiPietro | posted on July 27, 2020More in Feature You Know I’m Right, Episode 113: New York Post Columnist Phil Mushnick (Audio/Video)On the 113th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... You Know I’m Right, Episode 112: New York Jets’ Insider Brian Costello (Audio/Video)On the 112th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... You Know I’m Right, Episode 111: New York Giants’ Insider John Schmeelk (Audio/Video)On the 111th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... You Know I’m Right, Episode 109: The Athletic’s Marc Carig (Audio/Video)On the 109th episode of You Know I’m Right, Nick Durst and Joe Calabrese are joined by... Collins, Harrison Earn First Team All-Pro Honors; Beckham, Vernon, Jenkins, DRC Named to Second Team Is Jorge Posada a Hall of Famer?