MMA star Lucero ‘La Loba’ Acosta has released thirst trap photos showing off her curves in her training gear on Instagram with the caption;
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Mexican MMA fighter Lucero Acosta, who fights for Combate Global, is a rising star in the sport.
Acosta, better known as “la loba” which translates to “she-wolf”, has a 3-2 record and recently defeated Mariel Celimen at a Combate Global event in September.
Acosta is proud of her Mexican heritage and hopes to continue fighting to make her country proud.
“I hope many doors open for me, I want to keep fighting and continue, raise the flag of Mexico and tell all the women that we can,” said Acosta. “I feel powerful when I raise the flag, it’s amazing, it’s unexplainable.”
While Acosta is aiming to make a name for herself inside the cage, she also has a thriving modeling career.
Some of La Loba’s recent workout Instagram pics have been making waves on social media.
Who is Lucero Acosta?
Acosta is an MMA fighter with a record of 3-2. Two of her wins came via decisions and one by way of TKO. A native of Tijuana, Mexico, Lucero ‘La Loba’ Acosta fights out of El Centro, California. She is a member of Team United Training Center. She currently competes in the women’s flyweight division of Combate Global.
In the lead-up to her fight against Mariel Celimen last Saturday, Acosta opened up about what led her to pursue mixed martial arts. Speaking to Yahoo Sports, the Mexican talked about her grim experiences as a victim of domestic violence and how learning self-defense techniques helped her overcome her fears.
Acosta also stated that learning martial arts helped her feel like a completely different woman and physically prepared her for the challenges that she might face. The Mexican explained that she continued to hone her skills and made the transition into MMA after her coaches told her about opportunities in the world of combat.
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