Amanda Serrano has been dominant in the world of boxing for a significant number of years. Her accomplishments are outstanding, and her dedication to combat sports is second to none. However, the recognition she’s so deserving earned has often evaded the Puerto Rican Guinness World Record holder for the most boxing world championships won by a female in different weight classes. The question looms, does a career in MMA alter her destiny?
The number 3 ranked pound-for-pound greatest women’s martial artist on the planet and current UFC women’s strawweight champion Rose Namajunas returns to the octagon at UFC 268 in November. Ahead of her first strawweight title defense we’re taking a deeper dive into how good “Thug Rose” actually is.
McCann made a name for herself in England, as she fought for Shock N’ Awe throughout her early career. The Liverpudlian made her MMA debut in May 2015, beating Katy Horlick by TKO in the first round of their contest.
The two have already crossed paths on two occasions, but with their dominance reigning far above the competition, a third contest between the two is inevitable, or at least needed!
Before this bout, many outside of the pro women’s fighting world doubted the pulling power of female fighters or their ability to put on a top-draw show for fans. After this though, these questions became redundant and this is exactly why it was so crucial for women in pro fighting.
So, in what other ways do female fights affect the once male-dominated world of UFC?
The sport has grown exponentially, and, as fans, we have been treated to the emergence of female fighters with it. In fact, female MMA fighters attract huge audiences and have become household names over the years.
The only thing better than watching mixed martial arts (MMA) is placing a bet on the match you’re about to witness!
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The female presence in fighting sports has existed for a long time and has a long history. Female fighters compete in different types of martial arts with specific rules and game setups. The sport is executed through several different tournaments and championships, where age, weight, and score level play a huge role.
Whatever happens in her career from here, Cris Cyborg is and will always be considered a legacy-making fighter that raised the bar for women in MMA.
June Female MMA Fixtures Female mma fight fixtures, June 2021. A comprehensive listing of 65 fights << Prev Month Next Month >> Updated weekly, we’re sure there are more boxing fights happening around world and we will eagerly add them as we come across them! Feel free to contact us if you have info on …
Women’s MMA is one of the few female sports that is taken nearly as seriously as the men’s equivalent. Strange, considering the obvious differences in exposure compared to other sports.
There are many reasons why one may travel the globe and embedded into the culture of many global locations is the allure of gambling. One of the most popular varieties of gambling, and the choice of millions every year is Poker.
MMA female fight fixtures & results, August 2019. A comprehensive listing of 116 fights / 19 countries
MMA female fight fixtures & results, July 2019. A comprehensive listing of 103 fights / 11 countries
MMA female fight fixtures & results, June 2019. A comprehensive listing of 177 fights / 23 countries
MMA female fight fixtures & results, May 2019. A comprehensive listing of 161 fights / 25 countries
MMA’s most viewed profiles in March 2019, the listing in which we show the top 20 Awakening Fighter profiles from the world of MMA.
Here is the Unified Women’s MMA Rankings April 2019. This listing is commonly accepted as the official professional women’s MMA rankings globally.
MMA female fight fixtures & results, March 2019. A comprehensive listing of 80 fights / 16 countries
MMA’s most viewed profiles in February 2019, the listing in which we show the top 20 Awakening Fighter profiles from the world of MMA.