UFC women fighters : Tough ladies you don’t wanna mess with

Combat sports was never an isolated man & club, but the representation of women previously was restricted to a few promoters throughout the globe.
Gradually but indeed, the numbers have risen of  UFC women fighters and consequently the star quality too. The success of Gina Carano paved the way for Ronda Rousey and now we’re in a new era when women may fight in four different weight classes in the UFC. In this new era, we are left contemplating one question: Who is the finest female fighter in the world?

The standards are not academic but skill, effectiveness, and hegemony. Who emerges as the best UFC women’s fighter is determined more by how skilled they are technical than by how they perform in the cage. A fighter’s dominance measured by her level of rivalry is a simulated tiebreaker. Why? Fighting inferior foes may make a one-dimensional warrior seem formidable. Comprehensive combat artists acquire superior posture, yet one cannot flatly ignore a fighter’s supremacy.

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Respectable Mention In the award section, we are going to examine three young possibilities to watch in the next several months and years. Herica Tiburcio heads this effort. The 24-year-old is currently a former Invicta FC atom weight queen, but her defeat to Ayaka Hamasaki will only render her a stronger fighter in the long run.

The Brazilian is strong on the ground and is becoming better in the clinch. If the UFC introduces an atom weight division (with a 105-pound limit), expect Tiburcio to be among the stars of it.

Agnieszka Niedzwiedz and MacKenzie Dern are two names to know when the 125-pound flyweight division of the UFC gets started. A rising star on the regional jiu-jitsu scene, Dern might very well sign with the UFC before the end of the year. She has tremendous potential because of her extraordinary skill. The same can be said about Niedzwiedz of Invicta FC, who has mostly gone unnoticed.

The 22-year-old Niedzwiedz has a perfect record of 10-0 and a global ranking of #2 despite being in the prime of her career. You should remember these names because they have a good chance of becoming MMA heavyweight champions in the near future.

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Ms. Valentina Shevchenko

The fight between Shevchenko and Amanda Nunes at UFC 196 was quite close. At UFC 200, she would have competed for gold against Miesha Tate if she had won. In order to gain a rematch with the current champion, Nunes, she had first to defeat Holly Holm and Julianna Pena. Again, she fell short by a hair& breadth.

Although her hitting is what has made Shevchenko famous, her ground game is also quite effective. She defeated Pena by submission, demonstrating that she might be dangerous in that role.What makes Shevchenko even more impressive is that she has reached the top of the 135-pound division despite competing as a flyweight. Because the UFC has just added the flyweight division, maybe we’ll see Shevchenko go down to that weight class, since she’s a little small for the bantamweight division.

As it stands, Shevchenko has shown all the skills that place her among the sport’s finest competitors. If she lands a few more punches and avoids that takedown, she may be wearing the bantamweight championship belt and ranking higher than she does now. And if she drops down to 125, she has a great chance of being a world champion.
Prof. Claudia Gadelha When fighting at strawweight, Gadelha may have the finest technique in the world. While she has beaten Joanna Jedrzejczyk twice, it is because of their different playing styles.

UFC women fighters
In the summer of 2016, the Brazilian 115-pound contender relocated to Albuquerque to train with Chris Luttrell. It seems to be working, as in her most recent match she easily defeated the No. 2 player in the world, Karolina Kowalkiewicz. Luttrell speculated that overtraining contributed to her recent defeat to the title in an interview with Thomas Gerbasi of UFC.com.

Whether her performance against Kowalkiewicz is any indicator, she seems likely to rise to the top of the division. Time will tell if that gamble pays off.
Gadelha can use everything she needs to. Combining them would undoubtedly prove to the
the world that she is the finest fighter overall.


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