Tijuana mural reenacts Alexa Grasso after winning the UFC championship

Once again, the muralist “Mode Orozco” surprised fans of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) with his art by sharing his latest edition on social networks: the mural in honor of Alexa Grasso, the first Mexican master of the world’s most important branch mixed martial arts.

On Facebook, the Tijuana native boasted “Now it’s done!!” to the big screen in recognition of the UFC’s new flyweight queen.

The artist’s painting recreates the fighter after the fierce fight she had in Las Vegas, taking the title from current champion Valentina Shevchenko with her victory in Guadalajara.

The artistic expression shows Alexa Grasso satisfied and happy after her results gave her her third UFC title for our country; The letters accompanying the drawing of the 29-year-old Mexican warrior were written by Moe Williamsa, who thanked ‘Mode Orozco’ for his cooperation.

This is the last edition of the Tijuana muralist who, through his talent on the walls of his city, has documented the achievements he has achieved in these three months in the world of mixed martial arts for Mexico.

Following the victories of Brandon Moreno and Yair “El Pantera” Rodríguez weeks ago, the artist also took to painting the streets of Tijuana to commemorate the titles he had received from the fighters.

With this final airbrush dedicated to the best pound-for-pound fighter on the market, Alexa Grasso; “Mode Orozco” thus forms a trilogy of urban art in honor of the champions, in #ElAñoDelMexicano, recognized as such by the UFC itself through a hashtag after the victory of the women in the octagon.

Source: La Neta Neta