UFC Star Polyana Ivana Beats Man Who Tried to Rob Her
UFC Star Polyana Ivana Left a Man with Extreme Facial Injuries After He Attempted to Rob Her While She Was Waiting for Her Uber in Rio De Janeiro.
Viana Told the Police the Thief Suspiciously Sat Next to Her Before Demanding She Give Him Her Things.
She Expressed the Thief Told Her She Better Not React Because He Was Armed, but Before He Even Had the Chance to Pull out a Gun, Viana Punched Him in the Face, Kicked Him, and Locked Him in a Choke Hold Until the Police Showed Up.
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