Women’s MMA World Flyweight 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) – Pound-4-Pound


#  FighterORGOVRLast 3 FightsNext Fight
1Valentina Shevchenko23-3 (15)W-Taila Santos (DEC)
W-Lauren Murphy (TKO)
W-Jessica Andrade (TKO)
2Taila Santos19-2 (13)L-Valentina Shevchenko (DEC)
W-Joanne Calderwood (SUB)
W-Roxanne Modafferi (DEC)
3Liz Carmouche17-7 (10)W-Julianna Velasquez (DEC)
W-Kana Watanabe (TKO)
W-Vanessa Porto (DEC)
4Jessica Andrade23-9 W-Amanda Lemos (SUB)
W-Cynthia Calvillo (TKO)
L-Valentina Shevchenko (TKO)
5Katlyn Chookagian18-4 (3)W-Amanda Ribas (DEC)
W-Jennifer Maia (DEC)
W-Viviane Araujo (DEC)
Manon Fiorot
6Manon Fiorot9-1W-Jennifer Maia (DEC)
W-Mayra Bueno Silva (DEC)
W-Tabatha Ricci (TKO)
Katlyn Chookagian
7Lauren Murphy15-5 (9)W-Miesha Tate (DEC)
L-Valentina Shevchenko (TKO)
W-Joanne Calderwood (DEC)
8Juliana Velasquez12-1 (5)L-Liz Carmouche (DEC)
W-Denise Kielholtz (DEC)
W-Ilima-Lei Macfarlane (DEC)
9Jennifer Maia19-9-1 (9)L-Manon Fiorot (DEC)
L-Katlyn Chookagian (DEC)
W-Jessica Eye (DEC)
Maryna Moroz
10Alexa Grasso14-3 (5)W-Joanne Wood (SUB)
W-Ji Yeon Kim (DEC)
L-Carla Esparza (DEC)
Viviane Araujo
11Viviane Araujo11-3 (7)W-Andrea Lee (DEC)
L-Katlyn Chookagian (DEC)
W-Roxanne Modafferi (DEC)
Alexa Grasso
12Casey O’Neill9-0W-Roxanne Modafferi (DEC)
W-Antonina Shevchenko (TKO)
W-Lara Procopio (SUB)
13Maycee Barber11-2 (7)W-Jessica Eye (DEC)
W-Montana De La Rosa (DEC)
W-Miranda Maverick (DEC)
14Tracy Cortez10-1W-Melissa Gatto (DEC)
W-Justine Kish (DEC)
W-Stephanie Egger (DEC)
Amanda Ribas
15Andrea Lee13-6 (8)L-Viviane Araujo (DEC)
W-Cynthia Calvillo (TKO)
W-Antonina Shevchenko (SUB)
16Miesha Tate19-9L-Lauren Murphy (DEC)
L-Ketlen Vieira (DEC)
W-Marion Reneau (TKO)
17Cynthia Calvillo9-5-1 (5)L-Nina Nunes (DEC)
L-Andrea Lee (TKO)
L-Jessica Andrade (TKO)
18Joanne Wood15-8 (6)L-Alexa Grasso (SUB)
L-Taila Santos (SUB)
L-Lauren Murphy (DEC)
19Erin Blanchfield9-1W-J.J. Aldrich (SUB)
W-Miranda Maverick (DEC)
W-Sarah Alpar (DEC)
20Miranda Maverick10-4 (7)W-Sabina Mazo (SUB)
L-Erin Blanchfield (DEC)
L-Maycee Barber (DEC)
21Maryna Moroz11-3 (7)W-Mariya Agapova (SUB)
W-Mayra Bueno Silva (DEC)
W-Sabina Mazo (DEC)
Jennifer Maia
22Kana Watanabe11-1-1W-Denise Kielholtz (SUB)
L-Liz Carmouche (TKO)
W-Alejandra Lara (DEC)
23Melissa Gatto8-1-2L-Tracy Cortez (DEC)
W-Sijara Eubanks (TKO)
W-Victoria Leonardo (TKO)
24Sijara Eubanks7-7L-Melissa Gatto (TKO)
W-Elise Reed (TKO)
L-Pannie Kianzad (DEC)
Amanda Ribas11-3L-Katyln Chookagian (DEC)
W-Virna Jandiroba (DEC)
L-Marina Rodriguez (TKO)
Tracy Cortez
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