Over the course of her nine fights in the Octagon, she’s put together back-to-back wins followed by a loss, three consecutive times. The 25-year-old Canadian knows she has the skills to break that pattern and believes that she’s ready to make her vision a reality.
“This is just the beginning. I think I came into the UFC a little bit too young in my career, so when I came in, I haven’t had consistent success,” Robertson told UFC.com. “I’ve went two wins, then one loss in every stage of my career. I think it’s been a growing process, learning and growing as a fighter and as a human. I’m just 25 years old, so I do expect myself in these next five years to make a title run and have that belt.
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“I think it was more the level of competition that was given to me at that time,” she continues. “I just wasn’t ready for it. I was ready for the first two girls they gave me, then they gave me a test and I just wasn’t able to pass that, and the same thing has happened again and again. This time when the test comes around, I’m going to be ready for it.”