Weekly Women’s MMA Review – 11/25

Posted: November 25, 2012 in Uncategorized

Charmaine Tweet Picks Up Quick Win at SFL 10

“Women’s MMA Today” gets you caught up on the week that was and the week that will be in women’s MMA.


Invicta Fighting Championships released the full 12-bout fight card for their January 5th event which takes place at Memorial Hall in Kansas City, KS. As previously announced, the main event features undefeated sensation Claudia Gadelha (9-0) and Carla “Cookie Monster” Esparza (8-2) battling for the inaugural Strawweight title. Top ranked Bantamweights Shayna “The Queen of Spades” Baszler (15-7) and Alexis “Ally Gator” Davis (12-5) collide in the co-main event.

To read the full press release on Invicta FC 4, (click here).

—Weekend Results—

November 23 –  Charmaine “Not So Sweet” Tweet (2-3) wasted little time in her SFL debut, submitting Puja Kadian (1-1) via Standing Guillotine Choke in just 45-seconds of the first round at SFL 10.

November 24 –  Simona Soukupova (3-2) submitted Elodie Puget (1-1) via Armbar at 4:21 of round one at KAYO-MMA 9 and

November 24 –  Nina “The Strina” Ansaroff (2-3) made a triumphant return to the cage after a 16-month hiatus to best Jessica “Black” Doerner (2-1) via first round TKO at the Battle at the Border 11.

—Upcoming Events—

November 30 –  Ritika Singh (0-1) faces Aya Saeid Saber (1-1) at SFL 11. This event will be streamed LIVE starting at 10:30am ET on SFL’s Youtube channel.

December 1 –  Paulina Bonkowska (3-1) and Karolina Kowalkiewicz (1-0) clash at KSW 21: “Final Resolution”.

December 1 –  Kaka Naja (2-0) looks to keep her undefeated record against “Danny Fenix” (0-1) at MFC.

December 1 –  Brenda “Boom Boom” Gonzales (3-0) defends her KOTC Flyweight title against Elsie “The Sweetheart” Zwicker (6-4) at KOTC: “Battlegrounds” and

December 1 –  At Pancrase: “Progress Tour 14”, Rin Nakai (12-0-1) and Danielle “The Honey Badger” West (4-4-1) meet in a rematch from their September 2011 bout which ended in a Split Decision Draw, however this time the bout will be contested at 135-pounds and will be for the inaugural Bantamweight Queen of Pancrase title.

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