Valentina Shevchenko is going to go down as one of the most dominant champions in UFC history. The current flyweight champion has another title defense set up as she defends her title against Taila Santos. Paul Felder recently gave his take on her dominance.

Paul Felder recently gave his take on Valentina Shevchenko’s dominance and he put things into perspective. The UFC flyweight champion is at the top of her game for good reason.

“She’s level above [everybody else],” Felder said on The Fighter vs. The Writer. “It takes years to close those gaps, maybe to let the titleholder age a little bit, or maybe get a little complacent. She’s not right now.

“She’s one of those women who doesn’t do anything crazy. She doesn’t have some crazy family. She travels. She like drinks tea and she beats women’s asses. That’s what she does, and she shoots guns.”

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Taila Santos is the next name for Valentina Shevchenko but she’s not currently on Paul Felder’s radar ahead of UFC 275. He figured Manon Fiorot would have been the person to beat her but not anymore.

“I don’t see her going anywhere either,” Felder said. “Now again, we could be eating our own words when she fights, but if we’re talking [somebody beating Shevchenko] this year, not yet.

“Manon [Fiorot], I thought she was really good, too, but she’s not ready. I saw that last fight, I thought she was throwing too many of the same combos over and over again. You do that against Shevchenko and you’re just going to get knocked out. Even as powerful as you are, however good your karate is, you go out and throw [that same combination], or what power is behind it, she’s going to figure that out and smoke you. That’s just it.”