Saturday, February 18, 2017

Andrea "KGB" Lee defeats Heather Bassett

 
On Friday February, 17 2017 at Legacy Fighting Alliance 4: Aguilar vs. Jackson in Bossier City, Louisiana at The Horseshoe Casino & Resort

#21 Ranked 125-Pound Fighter Andrea "KGB" Lee (6-2-0) defeated #41 Ranked 125-Pound fighter Heather Bassett (4-3-0) by Submission (Armbar) at 3:40 of the third round in their 125-Pound Professional MMA Championship match.

Andrea is a 5'7 twenty-seven year old fighter originally from Atlanta, Texas and now fighting out of Shreveport, Louisiana at Karate Mafia MMA where she is coached by her husband Donny Aaron.

In her last fight on January, 14 2017 she defeated Jenny Liou (6-5-0) by KO due to a liver punch.

Andrea's other notable victory came against Rachel Ostovich  (3-3-0)

As an amateur Andrea boasted an (8-3-0) record. she has a combined combat sports record of (37-6-0) including three Amateur Muay Thai Championships, a National Golden Gloves Boxing Championship and two Brazilian Jui-Jitsu World Championships.


This a piece from Wikipedia on how Andrea got started in Combat Sports.

High School is where she competed in powerlifting and Volleyball. After high school she moved to Bossier City, La and took a job as a waitress at a local sports bar. Through their showings of MMA events Andrea developed a strong interest in Martial Arts. With encouragement from friends, she decided to seek out a trainer and almost instantly Andrea saw that a career in MMA and Muay Thai was the obvious choice for the direction she was seeking in her life and KGB was born.

Friday, February 17, 2017

Christina Marks defeats Paola Ramirez




On Thursday February, 16 2017 at Fight Club OC: Boxing & MMA Fight Series in Costa Mesa, California at The O.C. Fair & Event Center

 #9 Ranked 125-Pound fighter Christina Marks (8-8-0) defeated Paola Ramirez (1-2-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Christina is a 5'6 thirty-one year old fighter from San Diego, California. she trains with Fight Ugly.

Christina is now on a three fight winning streak. Her notable wins have come against  Lissette Neri (6-4-0) and Melanie LaCroix (3-2-0)

She has faced many of the best at 135-Pound in her career, it would be nice to see her in the 125-Pound division of Invicta or Bellator.

Bi "KillHer Bee" Nguyen defeats Jayme Hinshaw




On Thursday January, 16 2017 at King Of The Cage: New Blood in Worley, Idaho at Coeur D'Alene Casino and Resort

#26 Ranked 105-Pound fighter Bi "KillHer Bee" Nguyen (3-0-0) defeated Jaymee Hinsshaw (1-2-0) by split decision in their 105-Poundd Professional MMA match.

Bi is a 4'11 twenty-seven year old fighter originally from Oakland, California and now training out of Albuquerque, New Mexico at Jackson-Wink's MMA.

She recently defeated Katie Saull (0-1-0)

In her professional debut she defeated Andy Nguyen.

She boasted a (5-1-0) record as an amateur.

Alyssa "Tiny Tim" Garcia defeats Kaiyana Rain




On Thursday January, 16 2017 at Combate 11 in Burbank, California at The Burbank Convention Center

#29 Ranked 105-Pound Fighter Alyssa "Tiny Tim" Garcia (3-2-0) defeated Kaiyana Rain (1-3-0) by split decision in their 108-Pound Professional MMA match.

Alyssa is a 5'1 twenty-three year old fighter from Whittier, California where she trains at UWF USA where she is coached by UFC legend Josh Barnett.

In her  last fight on December, 29 2016, she defeated #30 ranked 105-pound fighter Kanna Askura (5-2-0)

As an amateur Alyssa was perfect at (3-0-0)

Alyssa's credentials are definitely worthy of a title shot with Combate.

Based on my Rankings, Alyssa Garcia vs. Lizbeth Silva. A rematch between Kaiyana Rain and Kyra Batara would be a good match to make.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

Kelly D'Angelo defeats Samantha Diaz




On Saturday February, 11 2017 at Hoosier Fight Club 32 in Michigan City, Indiana at The Blue Chip Casino

Kelly D'Angelo (2-0-0) defeated Samantha Diaz (0-2-0) by TKO in the third round of their 115-Pound Professional MMA match.

Kelly is a 5'2 thirty year old fighter originally from Perryville, Missouri and now fighting out of Saint Louis, Missouri.

In her Professional debut in September of 2016 she defeated Emily Whitmire by submission.

As an amateur Kelly was Undefeated (5-0)

Friday, February 10, 2017

Tiffany "Soul Crusher" Teo defeats Priscilla Gaol




On Friday February, 10 2017 at One Championship: Throne Of Tigers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at Stadium Negara

#26 Raked 125-Pound fighter Tiffany "Soul Crusher" Teo (5-0-0) defeated Priscilla Gaol (0-1-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Tiffany is a 5'5 twenty-seven year old fighter from Singapore. She trains at Juggernaut Fight Club where she is coached by Arvind Lalwani. 

We will be curious to see who is next for the "Soul Crusher".

Ann "Athena" Osman defeats Vy Srey Khouch

 
 
 
On Friday February, 10 2017 at One Championship: Throne Of Tigers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia at Stadium Negara
 
Ann "Athena" Osman (5-3-0) defeated Vy Srey Khouch (2-2-0) by TKO (due to Ground and Pound) at 2:48 of the first round of their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Ann is a 5'3 thirty year old fighter from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. She trains at Borneo Tribal Squad MMA.

She holds another notable victory over Ana Julaton.

Ann tells Asia One.com how she got started in
“I started with Muay Thai,” she recalls. “I was introduced by my current coach in 2012, fellow ONE fighter AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor.”
Originally, the Muay Thai regimen was just a way to stay in shape and pick up some tips on self-defense. However, Pyro had other ideas for his pupil.
“He slowly started teaching the team wrestling, which was my introduction to MMA,” she explains, reflecting on her beginnings. “I got hooked and kept coming to class.”
At the time, MMA was still a niche sport in Malaysia. The lack of mainstream attention or female faces proved no deterrent. Osman fell in love with the sport after her introduction to wrestling. There was also one landmark women’s fight that helped push her over the edge.
“Gina Carano was really hot at the time and she had her fight with [Cris] Cyborg,’” she says, citing their 2009 bout. “Women’s MMA was growing. I look up to Gina because she started with Muay Thai. She was a big inspiration and motivated me to train even more.”
- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/sports/ann-osman-comes-full-circle-one-throne-tigers#sthash.1rpA74mu.dpuf
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“I started with Muay Thai,” she recalls. “I was introduced by my current coach in 2012, fellow ONE fighter AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor.”  Originally, the Muay Thai regimen was just a way to stay in shape and pick up some tips on self-defense. However, Pyro had other ideas for his pupil.  “He slowly started teaching the team wrestling, which was my introduction to MMA,” she explains, reflecting on her beginnings. “I got hooked and kept coming to class. Gina Carano was really hot at the time and she had her fight with [Cris] Cyborg,’” she says, citing their 2009 bout. “Women’s MMA was growing. I look up to Gina because she started with Muay Thai. She was a big inspiration and motivated me to train even more.”
“Gina Carano was really hot at the time and she had her fight with [Cris] Cyborg,’” she says, citing their 2009 bout. “Women’s MMA was growing. I look up to Gina because she started with Muay Thai. She was a big inspiration and motivated me to train even more.” - See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/sports/ann-osman-comes-full-circle-one-throne-tigers#sthash.1rpA74mu.dpuf
“I started with Muay Thai,” she recalls. “I was introduced by my current coach in 2012, fellow ONE fighter AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor.”
Originally, the Muay Thai regimen was just a way to stay in shape and pick up some tips on self-defense. However, Pyro had other ideas for his pupil.
“He slowly started teaching the team wrestling, which was my introduction to MMA,” she explains, reflecting on her beginnings. “I got hooked and kept coming to class.”
- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/sports/ann-osman-comes-full-circle-one-throne-tigers#sthash.1rpA74mu.dpuf
“I started with Muay Thai,” she recalls. “I was introduced by my current coach in 2012, fellow ONE fighter AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor.”
Originally, the Muay Thai regimen was just a way to stay in shape and pick up some tips on self-defense. However, Pyro had other ideas for his pupil.
“He slowly started teaching the team wrestling, which was my introduction to MMA,” she explains, reflecting on her beginnings. “I got hooked and kept coming to class.”
At the time, MMA was still a niche sport in Malaysia. The lack of mainstream attention or female faces proved no deterrent. Osman fell in love with the sport after her introduction to wrestling. There was also one landmark women’s fight that helped push her over the edge.
- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/sports/ann-osman-comes-full-circle-one-throne-tigers#sthash.1rpA74mu.dpuf
“I started with Muay Thai,” she recalls. “I was introduced by my current coach in 2012, fellow ONE fighter AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor.”
Originally, the Muay Thai regimen was just a way to stay in shape and pick up some tips on self-defense. However, Pyro had other ideas for his pupil.
“He slowly started teaching the team wrestling, which was my introduction to MMA,” she explains, reflecting on her beginnings. “I got hooked and kept coming to class.”
At the time, MMA was still a niche sport in Malaysia. The lack of mainstream attention or female faces proved no deterrent. Osman fell in love with the sport after her introduction to wrestling. There was also one landmark women’s fight that helped push her over the edge.
“Gina Carano was really hot at the time and she had her fight with [Cris] Cyborg,’” she says, citing their 2009 bout. “Women’s MMA was growing. I look up to Gina because she started with Muay Thai. She was a big inspiration and motivated me to train even more.”
- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/sports/ann-osman-comes-full-circle-one-throne-tigers#sthash.1rpA74mu.dpuf
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“I started with Muay Thai,” she recalls. “I was introduced by my current coach in 2012, fellow ONE fighter AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor.”
Originally, the Muay Thai regimen was just a way to stay in shape and pick up some tips on self-defense. However, Pyro had other ideas for his pupil.
“He slowly started teaching the team wrestling, which was my introduction to MMA,” she explains, reflecting on her beginnings. “I got hooked and kept coming to class.”
At the time, MMA was still a niche sport in Malaysia. The lack of mainstream attention or female faces proved no deterrent. Osman fell in love with the sport after her introduction to wrestling. There was also one landmark women’s fight that helped push her over the edge.
“Gina Carano was really hot at the time and she had her fight with [Cris] Cyborg,’” she says, citing their 2009 bout. “Women’s MMA was growing. I look up to Gina because she started with Muay Thai. She was a big inspiration and motivated me to train even more.”
- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/sports/ann-osman-comes-full-circle-one-throne-tigers#sthash.1rpA74mu.dpuf
“I started with Muay Thai,” she recalls. “I was introduced by my current coach in 2012, fellow ONE fighter AJ “Pyro” Lias Mansor.”
Originally, the Muay Thai regimen was just a way to stay in shape and pick up some tips on self-defense. However, Pyro had other ideas for his pupil.
“He slowly started teaching the team wrestling, which was my introduction to MMA,” she explains, reflecting on her beginnings. “I got hooked and kept coming to class.”
At the time, MMA was still a niche sport in Malaysia. The lack of mainstream attention or female faces proved no deterrent. Osman fell in love with the sport after her introduction to wrestling. There was also one landmark women’s fight that helped push her over the edge.
“Gina Carano was really hot at the time and she had her fight with [Cris] Cyborg,’” she says, citing their 2009 bout. “Women’s MMA was growing. I look up to Gina because she started with Muay Thai. She was a big inspiration and motivated me to train even more.”
- See more at: http://news.asiaone.com/news/sports/ann-osman-comes-full-circle-one-throne-tigers#sthash.1rpA74mu.dpuf

Monday, February 6, 2017

Syuri Kondo defeats Minna Grusaunder




On Sunday February, 5 2017 at Pancrase 284 in Tokyo, Japan at Differ Ariake

 Syuri Kondo (4-0-0) defeated Minna Grusannder (2-1-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 115-Pound Professional MMA match.

Syuri is a 5'4 twenty-seven year old fighter from Ebina, Kanigawa, Japan where she trains at VOS Gym and AACC.

She holds a notable win against Kanna Asakura (5-2)

Syuri came to MMA after successful Professional Wrestling and Kickboxing careers in Japan.

Jessica "Bate Estaca" Andrade defeats Angela Hill




On Saturday February, 4 2017 at Ultimate Fight Night 104: Bermudez vs. The Korean Zombie in Houston, Texas at The Toyota Center

Jessica "Bate Estaca" Andrade (16-5-0) defeated Angela Hill (6-3-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 115-Pound Professional MMA match.

Jessica is a 5'2 twenty-five year old fighter from Umuarama, Parana, Brazil where she trains at Parana Vale Tudo.

Her other notable victories have come against Joanne Calderwood (11-2) Jessica Penne (12-4) Sarah Moras (4-2) Larissa Pacheco (10-2) Rosi Sexton (13-5) and Milana Dudieva (11-5)

She has won all three of her fights since moving to the 115-Pound division and with this win, she will be next in line to face UFC 115-Pound Champion Joanna Jedrejczyk.


Felice "Lil Bulldog" Herrig defeats Alexa Grasso



On Saturday February, 4 2017 at Ultimate Fight Night 104: Bermudez vs. The Korean Zombie in
Houston, Texas at The Toyota Center

Felice "Lil Bulldog" Herrig (12-6-0) defeated Alexa Grasso (9-1-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 115-Pound Professional MMA match.

Felice is a 5'4 thirty-two year old fighter originally from Buffalo Grove, Illinois and now fighting out of Crystal Lake, Illinois where she trains at Team Curran MMA.

She is now on a two fight winning streak and has won three of her last four fights.

Her most notable victories have come against Kailin Curran (4-4) Lisa Ellis (15-11) and  Heather Clark (7-6)

Herrig first caught the eyes of combat sports fans when she appeared on Fight Girls in 2007 on The Oxygen Channel and won her fight in Thailand against a champion Thai fighter.

When asked who she would like to face next, Felice mentioned both Paige VanZant and Michelle Waterson.

Tecia "Tiny Tornado" Torres defeats Bec Rawlings



On Saturday February, 4 2017 at Ultimate Fight Night 104: Bermudez vs. The Korean Zombie in Houston, Texas at The Toyota Center

Tecia "Tiny Tornado" Torres (8-1-0) defeated Bec Rawlings(7-6-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 115-Pound Professional MMA match.

Tecia is a 5'1 twenty-seven year old fighter who was born in Fall Rivers, Massachusetts and now fighting out of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She trains at American Top Team, but for this fight she also trained with her girlfriend, UFC 135-Pound fighter Raquel Pennington at Altitude MMA in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

She holds notable victories over Jocelyn Lybarger (6-4) Angela Hill (6-3) Angela Magana (11-8) Felice Herrig (12-6) and Paige VanZant (7-3)

This fight was a rematch from a July 2014 Ultimate Fighter match that Tecia won by Unanimous Decision.

In an Awakening Fighters interview, Tecia tells us about her start in Combat sports.

“I began Karate at age 5 after my mom took me and my sister in for a class. I immediately feel in love, my sister not so much. I stayed until I was 17 earning my black belt. Then transitioned to Kickboxing when I was 18. After Muay Thai then eventually BJJ to MMA.”

Sunday, February 5, 2017

Amanda "The Lady Killer" Bell defeats Gabrielle Holloway

 

On Saturday February, 4 2017 at King Of The Cage: Heavy Trauma in Lincoln City, Oregon at The Chinook Winds Casino Resort

Amanda "Lady Killer" Bell (4-4-0) defeated Gabrielle Holloway (5-5-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 150-Pound Professional MMA match.

Amanda is a 5'8 twenty-eight year old fighter originally from Oakland, California and now fighting out of Portland, Oregon at Animals MMA Fitness & Nutrition.

Her other notable wins have come against Brittney Elkin, Maria Djursaa and Marina Shafir.

With this huge victory over another Invicta 145-Pound fighter look to see this top 10 ranked Lady Killer back fighting for Invicta soon, I would also not be surprised if she wound up in  Bellator or even the UFC.



Elizabeth Phillips defeats Sarah Howell

 


On Friday February, 3 2017 at Conquest Of The Cage in Airway Heights, Washington at The Northern Quest Resort & Casino

Elizabeth Phillips (6-5-0) defeated Sarah Howell (0-1-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 135-Pound Professional MMA match.

Elizabeth  is a 5'6 thirty year old fighter from Spokane, Washington where she trains at Sikjitsu Fighting Systems.

This was a big win for Elizabeth, who is coming off of 5 straight fights for either the UFC or Invicta. Lets hope we get to see her on the Invicta FC stage now that she is back at her ideal weight class of 135-Pounds.



Friday, February 3, 2017

Hannah Kampf defeats Pooja Tomar


On Friday February, 3 2017 at Super Fight League 2017: Metro Mayhem in Delhi, India at The Siri Fort Sports Complex

Hannah Kampf (2-0-0) defeated Pooja Tomar (1-1-0) by Submission (Armbar) at 2:01 of the 3rd round in their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Hannah is a 5'4 twenty-six year old fighter born in Philipsburg, Montana. She is currently living in India.

This is her second victory in the span of eleven days.

She had an impressive (4-2-0) record as an amateur. 

In an interview with BKO Martial Arts, she talks about her start in MMA.

" I started working as a receptionist in a boxing/Muay Thai gym in 2011, and fell in love with training. I had a Muay Thai fight in 2012 and was hooked. I started training Jiu Jitsu after that, and once I got past the learning curve being on the ground felt very natural for me. I consider myself pretty well-rounded now. Everyone has to fight something. I know people have said this better than me. But that’s something very beautiful to me about Martial Arts, it takes this sort of figurative idea and transposes it literally. Every part of training camp is its own little fight. Fighting temptation when you have to lose the weight, have to dehydrate yourself, fighting the exhaustion, the stress, the negative ideas from other people, and worse the ones in your own head… and finally the fight at the end. Will you give up if you’re behind? Will you let yourself be broken, or will you keep moving forward? This is a sport, but it is also life broken down into a very pure form. I’m beyond grateful for the lessons I’m taught in this sport. If I can make a living off it one day, why wouldn’t I?

Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Valentina "Bullet" Shevchenko defeats Juliana Pena

 

On Saturday January, 28 2017 at UFC on Fox 23: Shevchenko vs. Pena in Denver, Colorado at The Pepsi Center

Valentina "Bullet" Shevchenko (14-2-0) defeated Juliana Pena (8-3-0) by Submission (Armbar) at 4:29 of the second round in their 135-Pound Professional MMA #1 Contenders match.

Valentina is a 5'5 twenty-eight year old fighter born in Frunze, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. She now fights out of Lima, Peru.

She began her training with Taekwondo at age five and at age twelve she branched out into Muay Thai and kickboxing then freestyle Vale Tudo.

 "Bullet" has a 56-2 professional record in Muay Thai and Kickboxing, defeating the likes of Joanna Jędrzejczyk. She is a 8-Time Kickboxing World Champion and a 12-Time Muay Thai World Champion. 

With this "Performance of the Night" win Valentina has earned a rematch with UFC Champion Amanda Nunes. Their first fight was a very close fight with some feeling Valentina should have gotten the decision.

The date of Nunes vs. Shevchenko has not been announced yet.

Jessica Middleton defeats Alice Yauger

 

On Friday January, 27 2017 at Bellator MMA 171: Guillard vs. Njokuani in Mulvane, Kansas at The Kansas Star Arena

Jessica Middleton (2-0-0) defeated Alice Yauger (4-5-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Jessica is a 5'7 twenty-eight year old fighter from Wichita, Kansas where she trains with JMTK and Fox Fitness.

Her other professional MMA win came against Bruna Ellen (3-1-0)

She had a very good amateur career going (5-2-0) with one of those losses being avenged.

Jessica showed a great all-around game in this match, winning wherever the fight went. Can't wait to see who Bellator matches her up with next, Bruna Vargas comes to mind.

Bruna Ellen defeats Carmella James

 


On Friday January, 27 2017 at Bellator MMA 171: Guillard vs. Njokuani in Mulvane, Kansas at The Kansas Star Arena

Bruna Ellen (3-1-0) defeated Carmella James (0-1-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Bruna is a 5'4 twenty year old fighter from Campinas, Sao Paulo, Brazil where she trains with Team Nogueira Campanas. 

Her most notable victory came against Elen Torres (3-1-0)

She is a very aggressive fighter who always pushes the pace, lets hope Bellator gets her back in the cage soon. It would also be nice to see her in the Bellator Kick Boxing ring.

Corinne Laframboise defeats Dilara Kocak




On Saturday January, 28 2017 at We Love MMA 28 in Hanover, Germany at the Swiss Life Hall


Corinne Laframboise (1-0-0) defeated Dilara Kocak (0-1-0) by Submission (armbar) in the first round of their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Corinne fights out of Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She trains with Brazilian Top Team.

Thaiane Souza defeats Alessandra Alves




On Saturday January, 28 at Face The Danger 14 in Curitiba, Parana, Brazil at Academia UDL

Thaiane Souza (4-4-0) defeated Alessandra Alves (0-1-0) by submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 4:09 of the first round in their 120-Pound Professional MMA match.

Thaiane is a 5'2 twenty-four year old fighter originally from Bage, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. She now trains at CM Systems in Curitiba, Brazil.

She has fought as low as 105-pounds in the past. Her most notable win came against Silvania Monteiro (5-2-0)

Maria Rivera defeats Sarah Click




On Friday January, 27 2017 at Classic Entertainment & Sports MMA

Maria Rivera (1-0-0) defeated Sarah Click (1-2-0) by TKO (due to punches) at 2:40 of the first round in their 115-Pound Professional MMA match.

Maria is a 5'6 twenty-nine year old fighter originally from Arroyo, Puerto Rico and now fighting out of Framingham, Massachusetts where she trains at Framingham Taekwondo.

Maria went (1-0-0) as an amateur before turning professional.

Asha Roka defeats Ranji Devi

 


On Sunday January, 29 at Super Fight League 2017: Close Quarter Combat in Delhi, India at Siri Fort Courts.

Asha Roka (2-0-0) defeated Ranji Devi (0-1-0) by Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) in the first round of their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Asha is a 5'1 eighteen year old fighter originally from Nepal and now fighting out of Bhopal, India.

This is her second win in just a three week span since she made her professional debut. In her first bout she defeated Angela Pink.

Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Shannon Sinn defeats Ashley Deen



On Saturday January, 28 2017 at Sparta Combat League 57: Dynamite in Denver, Colorado at The Grizzly Rose

Shannon Sinn (3-4-0) defeated Ashley Deen (2-3-0) by split decision in their 130-Pound Professional MMA match.

Shannon is a 5'7 thirty-seven year old fighter from Broomfield, Colorado. She trains at Strictly Boxing and Grinders Submission Wrestling. She is coached by Albert Rosales.

This was a big win for Shannon coming off of two losses in a row, hopefully with one more win we can see her back on the national and world stages again.

Monday, January 30, 2017

Arlene "Angerfist" Blencowe defeats Janay Harding

 


On Saturday January, 28 2017 at Legend MMA 1 in Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia at Jupiter's Casino.

Arlene "Angerfist" Blencowe (8-6-0) defeated Janay Harding (2-3-0) by TKO in the first round of their 135-Pound Professional MMA match.

Arlene is a 5'5 thirty-three year old fighter from Manly, New South Wales, Australia. She trains with Team Te Huna.

She made her 135-pound debut after going (2-2-0) in her last four fights with Bellator MMA.

Her notable victories have come against Gabrielle Holloway (5-4-0) Adrienna Jenkins (19-6-0) and Faith Van Duin (6-3-0)

With this impressive victory hopefully we see Arlene back in one of the major promotions for 135-pound female fighters. (Invicta & UFC)

Monday, January 23, 2017

Hannah Kampf defeats Thulasi Helen: Fight Video

 

On Sunday January, 22 2017 at Super Fight League 2017: Goa Pirates vs. Bengaluru in Delhi, India at The Squash and Badminton Courts Siri Fort.

Hannah Kampf (1-0-0) defeated Thulasi Helen (0-1-0) by Submission (Arm-Triangle) at :49 of the very first round in their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Hannah is a 5'4 twenty-six year old fighter born in Philipsburg, Montana. She was coached by Phuket Top Team for this fight. She was cornered by Anjela Pink and Dennis Hallman.


She had an impressive (4-2-0) record as an amateur. 

You can watch the fight here.




 

Sunday, January 22, 2017

"Super Collider" Colleen Schneider defeats Chrissie Daniels

 

On Saturday January, 21 2017 at Bellator 170: Ortiz vs. Sonnen in Inglewood, California at The Fabulous Forum.

"Super Collider" Colleen Schneider (11-7-0) defeated Chrissie Daniels (2-3-0) by Submission (Anaconda Choke) at 1:30 of the 1st round in their 125-Pound Professional MMA match.

Colleen is a 5'9 thirty-four year old fighter from Los Angeles, California where she trains at CMMA.

She has now won 5 of her last 6 fights and this win would seem to set her up for a main card spot for her next fight with Bellator against a highly ranked opponent.

Colleen holds a notable victory against Raquel Pa'aluhi (6-5-0)

Saturday, January 21, 2017

Alexa Conners defeats Annie DeCresente

 


On Friday January, 20 2017 at National Fighting Championships 90 in Kennesaw, Georgia at Electric Cowboy.

Alexa Conners (2-1-0) defeated Anne DeCresente (1-2-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 135-Pound Professional MMA match.

 Alexa is a 5'6 twenty-five year old fighter born in Reading, Pennsylvania and now fighting out of Columbia, South Carolina where she trains with Revolution MMA.

This was a rematch from 2014 fight that Alexa won by TKO

The other professional victory on her record came against Stephanie Egger (2-1-0) in her last fight under the Invicta Fighting Championships banner.

Hopefully we see this young rising star on an Invicta fight card soon.

As an amateur Alexa went (8-1-0)

Gabby "The Kraken" Romero defeats Linsey Williams



On Friday January, 20 2017 at Legacy Fighting Alliance 2: Richman vs. Stojadinovic in Prior Lake, Minnesota at The Mystic Lake Casino & Hotel.

Gabby "The Kraken" Romero (1-1-0) defeated Linsey Williams (0-1-0) by Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 3:15 of round number 1 in their 115-Pound Professional MMA match.

Gabby is a 5'2 twenty-eight year old fighter from Albuquerque, New Mexico where she trains at Luttrell/Yee MMA and Legends MMA. Her head Coach is Clube Hollywood. She is also coached by Jose Lopez, Chris Luttrell, Ray Yee and Alberto Crane.

The Kraken showed great aggression and great grappling as she won this fight with complete dominance. 

She is a Brazilian Jui Jitsu World Champion in the brown belt division. 

She was undefeated as an amateur at (2-0-0)

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Lisbeth Silva defeats Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc

 


On Thursday January, 19 2017 at Combate Americas Combate 10 in Mexico City, Mexico at El Plaza Condesa.


Lisbeth Silva (4-3-0) defeated Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc (9-10-0) by Submission (Rear-Naked Choke) in the first round of their 105-Pound Professional MMA match.

Lisbeth is a  5'2 twenty year old originally from Veracruz, Mexico now fighting out of Mexico City, Mexico where she trains at Mexican Pride Gym.

She has notable victories against Marcela Nieto (3-3-0) and Yahaira Romo (3-2-0)

Nicdali announced her retirement after the fight.

You can watch a replay of the fight on UFC Fight Pass.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Nina The Strina" Ansaroff defeats Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger




On Sunday January, 15 2017 at Ultimate Fighting Championships Fight Night 103: Rodriguez vs. Penn in Phoenix, Arizona at Talking Stick Arena.

Nina "The Strina" Ansaroff (7-5-0) defeated Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger (6-4-0) by submission (Rear-Naked Choke) at 3:39 of the 3rd round in their 115-Pound professional MMA match.

Nina is a 5'5 thirty-one year old fighter originally from Weston, Florida and now training out of American Top Team in Coconut Creek, Florida with her girlfriend UFC 135-Pound Champion Amanda Nunes.

Ansaroff is coming off of a one year layoff (due to the flu) since a loss to Justine Kish. 

Nina has fought the best in the world including notable victories against Munah Holland (5-3-0) and Jessica Doerner (5-4-0) This was however Nina's biggest victory to date.

We are sure to see her take on a top ten opponent in her next fight and from the high praises she has been getting from her coach Din Thomas, we can expect big things.

Here is a paragraph from Wikipedia about Nina's start in MMA.

Ansaroff started practicing Taekwondo at the age of 6. She began training in mixed martial arts in 2009 as a way to lose weight and to help keep in shape following a motorcycle accident. She made her professional debut in 2010.

Sunday, January 15, 2017

Megan Anderson defeats Charmaine Tweet

 


On Saturday January, 14 2017 at Invicta Fighting Championships 21 in Kansas City, Missouri at The Scottish Rite Temple.

Megan Anderson (8-2-0) defeated Charmaine Tweet (9-6-0) by TKO (Head Kick & Punches) at 2:05 of the 2nd round in their 145-Pound professional MMA Intern Invicta World Championship match.

She is a 6'0 twenty-six year old fighter originally from Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia. She now trains at Glory MMA and Fitness in Lee Summit, Missouri, where she is coached by James Krause.

Megan is currently on a four fight winning streak since her last loss to Cindy Dandois.

She holds notable victories against Peggy Morgan (4-4-0) and Amber Leibrock (2-1-0)

This was another dominating victory for the new Intern Champion. in her last four victories (all for Invicta) she has finished all four fights.

During the post-fight interview, Megan had a message for Dana White to deliver to whoever wins the inagural 145-Pound UFC championship, "Tell them to keep my fu@%en belt warm for me because im coming!

Megan also won performance of the night bonus for her vicious knockout.

You can watch this fight and the rest of Invicta FC 21 for free on UFC Fight Pass.

Raquel "Lionheart" Pa'aluhi defeats Pannie Kianzad

 


On Saturday January, 14 2017 at Invicta Fighting Championships 21 in Kansas City, Missouri at The Scottish Rite Temple.

Raquel "Lionheart" Pa'aluhi (6-5-0) defeated Pannie Kianzad (8-2-0) by submission (Rear-naked choke) at 3:40 of the very first round in their 135-Pound professional MMA match.

She is a 5'7 twenty-six year old fighter from Wai'anae, Hawaii. She trains at Drysdale Jui Jitsu in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Raquel is coming off of a one year absence from the cage since her last fight, a split-decision loss to Bellator 125-pound fighter Colleen Schneider.

Her other notable victories have come against Ediane Gomes (10-4-0) Kaitlin Young (7-9-1) and Nikohl Johnson (4-4-0)

With this very impressive victory, Raquel puts herself in a good position to be next in line for an Invicta 135-Pound title shot after the Evinger vs. Kunitskaya rematch.

You can watch this fight and the rest of Invicta FC 21 for free on UFC Fight Pass.

Leah "Nidas" Letson defeats Elizabeth Phillips

 


On Saturday January, 14 2017 at Invicta Fighting Championships 21 in Kansas City, Missouri at The Scottish Rite Temple.

Leah "Nidas" Letson (4-1-0) defeated Elizabeth Phillips(5-5-0) by KO (Head Kick) at 1:18 of the first round in their 145-Pound professional MMA match.

She is a 5'7 twenty-four year old fighter originally from Janestown, Wisconsin and now fighting out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin with Pure Vida BJJ/MMA where she is coached by Jake Klipp.

Despite her very impressive (6-0-0) amateur record and her now four fight winning streak, this was the first true test for Leahnidas and she passed with flying colors.

 She has stated that her next fight will be at 135-Pounds.

Leah won Performance of the Night for that devastating head kick knockout.


You can watch this fight and the rest of Invicta FC 21 for free on UFC Fight Pass.

Aspen Ladd defeats Sijara Eubanks

 


On Saturday January, 14 2017 at Invicta Fighting Championships 21 in Kansas City, Missouri at The Scottish Rite Temple.

Aspen  Ladd (5-0-0) defeated Sijara Eubanks (2-2-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 135-pound professional MMA match.

She is a 5'6 twenty-one year old fighter fighting out of Pioneer, California. She trains at MMA Gold Fight Team in El Dorado Hills, California.

This is the first professional fight that Aspen has not finished.
All of her professional fights have been under the Invicta banner.
She holds notable victories against Jessica Hoy (1-1-0) Kelly McGill (2-1-0) and UFC fighter Amanda Bobby Cooper (2-2-0)

As an amateur Aspen was an impressive (8-1-0)

Aspen pressured Sijara the entire fight on the feet as well as winning on the ground with her impressive grappling skills.

You can watch this fight and the rest of Invicta FC 21 for free on UFC Fight Pass.

Andrea "KGB" Lee defeats Jenny Liou




On Saturday January, 14 2017 at Invicta Fighting Championships 21 in Kansas City, Missouri at The Scottish Rite Temple.

Andrea "KGB" Lee (5-2-0) defeated Jenny Liou (6-5-0) by KO (due to a liver punch) at 1:14 of the very first round in their 125-Pound professional MMA match.

Andrea is a 5'7 twenty-seven year old fighter originally from Atlanta, Texas and now fighting out of Shreveport, Louisiana at Karate Mafia MMA where she is coached by her husband Donny Aaron.

She was coming off of a 10 month absence from the cage before this dominating victory. Her last fight being a loss to Bellator 125-Pound fighter Sarah D'Alelio (11-6-0)


Andrea's other notable victory came against Rachel Ostovich  (3-3-0)

As an amateur Andrea boasted an (8-3-0) record. she has a combined combat sports record of (37-6-0) including three Amateur Muay Thai Championships, a National Golden Gloves Boxing Championship and two Brazilian Jui-Jitsu World Championships.


This a piece from Wikipedia on how Andrea got started in Combat Sports.

High School is where she competed in powerlifting and Volleyball. After high school she moved to Bossier City, La and took a job as a waitress at a local sports bar. Through their showings of MMA events Andrea developed a strong interest in Martial Arts. With encouragement from friends, she decided to seek out a trainer and almost instantly Andrea saw that a career in MMA and Muay Thai was the obvious choice for the direction she was seeking in her life and KGB was born.


You can watch this fight and the rest of Invicta FC 21 for free on UFC Fight Pass.

Amy "The Resurrection" Montenegro defeats Celine Haga


 

On Saturday January, 14 2017 at Invicta Fighting Championships 21 in Kansas City, Missouri at The Scottish Rite Temple.

 Amy "The Resurrection" Montenegro (8-2-0) defeated Celine Haga (10-14-0) by Unanimous Decision in their 115-Pound professional MMA match.

Amy is a 5'4 thirty-three year old fighter from Lynwood, Washington. She trains at Gracie Barra Northwest in Seattle, Washington.

She was a member of the Ultimate Fighter 23 but lost in the opening fight to get into the house. Her only other recent loss came in a close split decision loss to UFC fighter Jamie Moyle.

Her most notable victories have come against Glena Avila (5-4-0) Briana Van Buren (3-2-0) Diana Rael (5-5-0) Kathina Lowe (7-9-0) and Jessica Doerner (5-4-0)

It was definitely an exciting back and forth fight filled with questions at the end but regardless both ladies fought very well and a rematch at Invicta 22 would be awesome.

This battle between Amy and Celine won Fight Of The Night.


You can watch this fight and the rest of Invicta FC 21 for free on UFC Fight Pass.

Christine "Misfit" Ferea defeats Rachel Ostovich

 


On Saturday January, 14 2017 at Invicta Fighting Championships 21 in Kansas City, Missouri at The Scottish Rite Temple.

Christine "Misfit" Ferea (1-0-0) defeats Rachel Ostovich (3-3-0) by TKO (Due to head kick & ground and pound) at 1:29 of the 3rd round in their 125-Pound professional MMA match.

Christine is a 5'5 thirty-four year old fighter originally from San Jose, California. She currently has no official gym affiliation, but is said to have been recently training at Team Alpha Male.

Before turning pro, Christine boasted a (3-1-0) amateur MMA record. She is also an undefeated Muay Thai fighter (13-0-0) amateur (1-0-0) Professional.

Christine was very aggressive on the feet and showed strong grappling as she dominated this match.

Here is a quote from a Lion Fights interview where she talks about why she first started training in Muay Thai,

"I was trying to clean up my life at the time. I saw a fight gym and I thought, ‘Well I can fight.’ So I signed up for classes. I was 140 pounds and I had a 115-pound female beat the s— out of me. But I was having fun trading punches … I was smiling while getting my a– kicked. Everything progressed from there. It’s created a lot of discipline in me. At first I was an uncontrolled brawler who would throw a lot of punches and then gas out. I stopped partying. I’ve learned a lot more discipline, about preserving my power more and becoming the best fighter I can be. I’m learning to channel all that energy into something positive. I can’t go out there with all that rage and hate. I need to be able to see all the punches coming and control the fight. Muay Thai has helped me focus and made me kinder.
My whole life is fighting. I don’t do much else."

You can watch this fight and the rest of Invicta FC 21 for free on UFC Fight Pass.



Cheri Muraski defeats Jamie Milanowski

 

On Saturday January, 14 2017 at King Of The Cage: Most Wanted in Sloan, Iowa at The WinnaVegas Casino.

Cheri Muraski (2-0-0) defeated Jamie Milanowski (1-2-0) by submission (Armbar) in the second round of their 125-Pound professional MMA match.

Cheri is a 5'6 thirty-seven year old fighter out of Fort Collins, Colorado where she trains at
Team Wildman Vale Tudo and McMahon Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
 
She boasted a (6-1-0) record as an amateur.

Fernanda Barbosa defeats Nao Date

 


On Saturday January, 14 2017 at Angel’s Fighting 2 in Seoul, South Korea.

Fernanda Barbosa (2-1-0) defeated Nao Date (0-2-0) by submission (armbar) in the first round of their 135-Pound professional MMA match.

Fernanda is a 5'5 twenty-six year old fighter who lives and trains out of Sao Paolo, Brazil with Cianfa Fighters Team Muay Thai & MMA.


Saturday, January 14, 2017

Bi "KillHer Bee" Nguyen defeats Katie Saull

 


On Friday January, 13 2017 at TKO Fight Alliance: Knockout Nights in Houston, Texas at Arabia Shriners.

Bi "KillHer Bee" Nguyen (2-0-0) defeated Katie Saull (0-1-0) by Unanimous decision in their 105-pound Professional MMA match.

Bi is a 4'11 twenty-seven year old fighter originally from Oakland, California and now training out of Albuquerque, New Mexico at Jackson-Wink's MMA.

In her professional debut she defeated Andy Nguyen. She boasted a (5-1-0) record as an amateur.

Ashley "AK-47" Nichols defeats Ashley Leterneau

 

On Friday January, 13 at TKO Major League MMA 37: Rivals, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada at Tohu.

 Ashley "AK-47" Nichols (1-1-0) defeated Ashley Letourneau (0-1-0) by TKO at 1:47 of the first round in their 115-pound professional MMA match.

 She is a 5'7 thirty year old fighter who is originally from Chippewa, Ontario, Canada and now training out of Ottawa Academy of Martial Arts in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with Team Renzo Gracie Ottawa.

Her only other MMA fight was a loss back in 2013 to now UFC fighter Randa Markos.

Ashley is a professional Muay Thai World Champion with a record of (12-3-0) She also holds a (1-0-0) boxing record.

Here is a quote Ashley gave to Awakening:
" I first started training boxing when I was 15, it would have been 2002. My mom encouraged me to get involved with it to help because I was getting into bit of trouble back then and needed a focus, discipline, and a change of lifestyle. And now, combat sports such as boxing, kickboxing, Muay Thai and BJJ was most definitely the change I needed. And seeing the women succeed in these sports; was the spark I needed to help inspire what is now my passion. I love to train everyday!”

Griet Eeckhout defeats Lindsay Garbatt




On Friday January, 13 at TKO Major League MMA 37: Rivals, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada at Tohu.

Griet Eeckhout (3-0-1) defeated Lindsay Garbatt (4-2-0) by (submission) rear-naked choke at 3:07 of the first round in their 115-pound professional MMA match.

 She is a 5'3 fighter who trains out of Brussels, Belgium with Team Shocx.

The fight was shown on UFC Fight Pass.

Cynthia Calvillo defeats Montana Stewart

 

On Friday January, 13 2017 at Legacy Fighting Alliance 1: Peterson vs. Higo in Dallas, Texas at The Bomb Factory.

Cynthia Calvillo (3-0-0) defeated Montana Stewart (6-4-0) by TKO (due to punches) at 2:54 of the third round in their 115-pound professional MMA match.

Cynthia is a 5'4 twenty-nine year old fighter originally from San Jose, California. She now trains out of Team Alpha Male in Sacramento, California.

Cynthia is a very experienced despite only having three professional fights, with a (7-1-0) amateur record that includes a victory over Invicta fighter Aspen Ladd.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Julia "Raging Panda" Avila defeats Nicco Montano




On Saturday January, 7 2017  at HD MMA 7: Avila vs. Montano which took place in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma at Remington Park Racing Casino.

Julia "Raging Panda" Avila (3-0-0) defeated Nicco Montano (3-2-0) by
Unanimous Decision in a five round 135-pound professional MMA Championship match.

 Julia is a 5'7 twenty-eight year old fighter originally from Bakersfield, California. She now trains out of Oklahoma Martial Arts Academy in Edmond, Oklahoma  and All Powers Fighting and Fitness in Haltom City, Texas. Her head coaches are Brandon Crick, Seth Norman, and Janie Meadows assisted by Justin Patterson, Victor Reyna, and Cody Shumate

Her most notable win besides this one, would be her pro debut in January of 2012 when she defeated Marion Reneau (7-3-0) by unanimous decision.

Back in 2013 I interviewed Julia, here is the question I asked her,

"Julia what got you started in MMA?'

"I have always been an athlete and after college I figured fighting would be a good avenue to invest my spare time off of work. I threw the hammer and weight for the University of Notre dame and was very active in Santa Cruz with the studio workouts (Zumba, cardio kick boxing, body pump and self defense martial arts). I even ran a marathon for my 21st birthday instead of going out and "getting hammered." I've always been an odd duck and ridiculously driven to do what I set my mind to. I wanted to fight, so I found a place to do it. After being shuffled around for a year, someone took interest and noticed my talent and determination. Travers took me under his wing and I attribute any and all skill and my current path of success by his direction. Nolan has done amazing work with the technique of my hands (as shown through my MMA record and the record of my MMA teammates). Camarillo is a great instructor and has really taught me well on my ground game, again shown through my record in gi and no gi grappling tournaments.
Honesty, I don't have to be a fighter. I don't have to be on this diet, workout for 6 hours a day, stress about making weight, cry everyday the week of fights from nerves, be unbearably sore from workouts, compromise my "crazy 20s" to hit the gym, sacrifice two relationships and have a null love life (whomp whomp)... Nope I don't have to do any of these things. I am a geosciencist with my BS in geology and have a really good paying job, plus, I am a well rounded athlete that actively participates in centuries and marathons to supplement my fighting. So, why do I do this? Because, I want to be a positive role model for people, and it's been working... God has given me this opportunity to influence people of all ages, ethnicity's, sizes, and genders and I intend to fulfill His will to the best of my ability. That's why I fight.
I am just the girl next door, I snort when I laugh and I have a crazy obsession with pandas... Just don't put me in a ring."

Julia is also now happily married.

Learn more about Julia in this HD MMA video interview here

Jessy "The Widowmaker" Miele defeats Calie Cutler

 

On Saturday January, 7 2017 at Reality Fighting which took place in Uncasville, Connecticut, USA at Mohegan Sun Arena.

Jessy "The Widowmaker" Miele (6-3-0) defeated Calie Cutler (5-4-0) by submission (Rear-naked choke) at 4:38 of the second round in their 135-pound professional MMA Championship match.

Jessy is a 5'8 thirty-one year old fighter who trains out of IMB Academy of Connecticut in Waterbury, Connecticut, where she is coached by Chris Smith. 

This is her most notable win to date in this her 135-pound debut, she did however experience some success at 145-pounds with victories over Cassie Crisano (2-2-0) and Aline Neri (6-4-0)

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Jamie "Pretty Assassin" Thorton defeats Jaymee Nievara



On Saturday January, 7 2017 at Universal Reality Combat Championship 29: Conquest which took place in San Francisco, California, USA at Kezar Pavilion.

 Jamie "Pretty Assassin" Thorton (4-1-0) defeated Jaymee Nievara (4-3-0) by submission (Guillotine Choke) at :57 seconds of the first round in their 125-pound professional MMA interim Championship match.

Jamie is a 5'4 thirty-two year old fighter originally from Saint Louis, Illinois. She now fights out of Irwin, California at Fort Irwin Fight Team and Bugatti Assassins.

This is the first notable win of her career, her only loss came against Katy Collins (6-1-0)

All four of Jamie's wins have come by finish. (3 by submission, 1 by KO)

Weili Zhang defeats Veronica Grenno



On Monday January, 2 2017 at Kunlun Fight MMA 8 which took place in Sanya, Hainan, China at Mangrove Tree International Convention Center.

 Weili Zhang (10-1-0) defeated Veronica Grenno (3-2-0) by KO at 1:50 of the first round in their 115-Pound professional MMA Championship match.

Weili is a 5'4 Twenty-Seven year old fighter from Hebei, China. She trains at Black Tiger Muay Thai.

She is currently on a ten fight winning streak with all ten wins coming by way of the finish. Six of those finishes were by KO or TKO and four were by submission. (Three rear-naked chokes and one armbar.) 

Her notable wins have come against Emi Fujino (18-10-0) Maira Mazar (4-2-0) and Karla Benitez (13-11-1)  

Her only loss came a division up against fellow Chinese fighter 125-pound Meng Bo (8-2-0) It was a two round fight, Weili lost in her pro debut by unanimous decision.

From watching Weili Zhang's fights, especially the one against Karla Benitez we see that this fighter is a devastating striker in the 115-pound division. I would not be surprised to see her soon in one of the three major promotions. (UFC, Invicta and Bellator) One Fighting Championship might also be a good fit.

You can watch the fight video by clicking here.

Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Katlyn Chookagian defeats Isabelly Varela



On Saturday January, 9 2016 at Cage Fury Fighting Championships 55 at the Borgota Hotel, Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, New Jersey

Katlyn Chookagian  (6-0-0) defeated Isabelly Varela (5-1-0) by unanimous decision in their 125-pound professional MMA match.

Katlyn is a 27 year old 5'9 fighter from Jersey City, New Jersey. She trains at All-Star Brazilian Jiu Jitsu.

The match was very one-sided with a few 10-8 rounds, this is Katlyn's 13th win in a row, including her amateur career.



Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Janice Meyer defeats Sarah Payant



On Saturday January, 2 2016 at Reality Fighting at The Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncansville, Connecticut

Janice Meyer (1-2-0) defeated Sarah Payant (1-2-0) by split decision in their 135-pound professional MMA match.

This was a rematch of a March 2013 fight in which Janice lost to Sarah by submission.

Janice is a 5'9 29 year old fighter from Cortland, New York. She trains at Power of One.


Jessy Miele defeats Jamie Driver


On Saturday January, 2 2016 at Reality Fighting at The Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut

Jessy "Widowmaker" Miele (5-2-0) defeated Jamie Driver (0-2-0) by submission (rear-naked choke) in the 2nd round of their 145-pound professional MMA match.

Jessy is a 5'8 fighter from Connecticut. She trains at IBM Academy  where she is coached by Chris Smith

She holds notable victories over Lissette Neri & Cassie Crisano.

Monday, March 30, 2015

Sabina Mazo defeats Alejandra Lara

 
 
 
 
On Thursday March, 26 2015 at Striker Fighting Championships in Columbia.
 
Sabina Mazo (1-0-0) defeated Alejandra Lara (4-1-0) by unanimous decision in their 125-pound professional MMA match.
 
She trains at  Gracie Team Columbia in Antioquia, Medellín, Columbia.