***Disclaimer: This interview was conducted on October 5, 2021, when Dumont was still scheduled to fight Holly Holm***

Norma Dumont is determined to be a star in the UFC. 

Dumont will take on No.10-ranked bantamweight Aspen Ladd, who replaced Holly Holm due to injury, in the main event of UFC Vegas 40 on October 16 in a featherweight clash. The Brazilian is facing the biggest challenge of her burgeoning career and is primed to have her most outstanding performance to date.  

“I feel the best I have ever felt physically, mentally, technically looking at my fight,” Dumont told The AllStar. “Things have never been better for me. I have so few problems. I’m so tranquil. I have such peace of mind in this final stretch leading up to the fight that it’s almost strange. It’s a strange place to be in but it’s a place that I’m delighted to be in. 

“I’m 100% focused and I feel this is a fight that’s absolutely going to change my life. I want to put on a show. I want to show fans what I’m all about and to really win over the fight fans. It’s something fantastic for me, something I’m able to do. And I want to become a star.”

Dumont relocated to Las Vegas and is making massive strides on all fronts working with the UFC Performance Institute staff and training at Syndicate MMA. Working harder than the next fighter has been a motivating factor.

“Technically and physically I was referring before to my evolution and how I have been improving fight on fight,” she added. “And I feel I’ve continued on that upward trend. I feel I’ve been developing more and more and that I have even more to offer in that sense. 

“To be honest, I see that’s not really something that the other fighters necessarily have. That’s an advantage that I have over my competitors that I see. I want to take this opportunity to display or to showcase a more aggressive Norma, a more technical Norma, and a Norma who is only going to get better and better.”

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Fighter profile

Norma “The Immortal” Dumont is a 31 year old female fighter from Brazil with 6 pro wins and 1 losses. Dumont is scheduled to fight Aspen Ladd at UFC Fight Night: Ladd vs. Dumont on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Norma Dumont’s recent form coming into this matchup

Recent form for Norma Dumont
Norma Dumont’s last 5 professional MMA fights

Norma Dumont has gone 4-1 in the last 5 professional MMA fights.

  • Win vs Felicia Spencer • Decision R3 5:00 • 2021-05-22
  • Win vs Ashlee Evans-Smith • Decision R3 5:00 • 2020-11-28
  • Loss vs Megan Anderson • KO/TKO R1 3:31 • 2020-02-29
  • Win vs Mariana Morais • Decision R3 5:00 • 2018-08-05
  • Win vs Erica Leidiane • Submission R1 3:30 • 2017-09-16

Norma Dumont’s next opponent: Aspen Ladd

Tale of the tape: Norma Dumont vs Aspen Ladd
Tale of the tape: Norma Dumont vs Aspen Ladd

Aspen Ladd’s recent form coming into this matchup

Aspen Ladd is a 26 year old female fighter from United States with 9 pro wins and 1 losses. Ladd is scheduled to fight Norma Dumont at UFC Fight Night: Ladd vs. Dumont on Saturday October 16, 2021.

Recent form for Aspen Ladd
Aspen Ladd’s last 5 professional MMA fights

Aspen Ladd has gone 4-1 in the last 5 professional MMA fights.

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