Women’s MMA World Strawweight Rankings


Men’s Divisions
Heavyweight (265)Light Heavyweight (205)Middleweight (185)Welterweight (170)Lightweight (155)Featherweight (145)Bantamweight (135)Flyweight (125)Pound-4-Pound

Women’s Divisions
W-Featherweight (145+)W-Bantamweight (135)W-Flyweight (125) – W-Strawweight (115)

#  FighterOVRORGLast 3 FightsNext Fight
1Weili Zhang20-1UFCW-Jessica Andrade (TKO)
W-Tecia Torres (DEC)
W-Jessica Aguilar (SUB)
Joanna Jedrzejczyk
03/07/2020
2Jessica Andrade20-7UFCL-Weili Zhang (TKO)
W-Rose Namajunas (KO)
W-Karolina Kowalkiewicz (KO)
3Rose Namajunas8-4UFCL-Jessica Andrade (KO)
W-Joanna Jedrzejczyk (DEC)
W-Joanna Jedrzejczyk (TKO)
4Joanna Jedrzejczyk16-3UFCW-Michelle Waterson (DEC)
L-Valentina Shevchenko (DEC)
W-Tecia Torres (DEC)
Weili Zhang
03/07/2020
5Tatiana Suarez8-0UFCW-Nina Ansaroff (DEC)
W-Carla Esparza (TKO)
W-Alexa Grasso (SUB)
6Nina Ansaroff10-6UFCL-Tatiana Suarez (DEC)
W-Claudia Gadelha (DEC)
W-Randa Markos (DEC)
7Claudia Gadelha17-4UFCW-Randa Markos (DEC)
L-Nina Ansaroff (DEC)
W-Carla Esparza (DEC)
Alexa Grasso
01/18/2020
8Carla Esparza15-6UFCW-Alexa Grasso (DEC)
W-Virna Jandiroba (DEC)
L-Tatiana Suarez (TKO)
9Cynthia Calvillo8-1UFCW-Cortney Casey (DEC)
W-Poliana Botelho (SUB)
L-Carla Esparza (DEC)
Marina Rodriguez
ESPN 7
12/07/2019
10Marina Rodriguez12-0-1UFCW-Tecia Torres (DEC)
W-Jessica Aguilar (DEC)
D-Randa Markos (DEC)
Cynthia Calvillo
ESPN 7
12/07/2019
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