Weekly Women’s MMA Review 7/21

Posted: July 22, 2013 in Uncategorized

holmHolly Holm Collects Another KO Win at Legacy 21

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

—Quick Results—

July 19 –  Holly “The Preachers Daughter” Holm (4-0) defeats Allanna Jones (2-3) via KO in round 2 at Legacy 21

July 20 –  Shizuka Sugiyama (10-3) defeats Chisa Yonezawa (1-6) via TKO in round 1 at DEEP: “Tokyo Impact”

July 20 –  Elizabeth Phillips (1-1) defeats Stevie “The Ninja” VanAssche (0-1) via TKO in round 3 Conquest of the Cage

July 20 –  Mylla “Souza” Torres (3-3) defeats Camilinha “Pitbull” Lima (6-4) via KO in round 1 at Circuito Talent de MMA

July 20 –  Sarah “Too Sweet” Alpar (4-2) defeats Jocelyn “Lights Out” Lybarger (2-1) via Unanimous Decision at KOTC

—Upcoming Bouts—

July 26 –  Jessica Vargas (0-0) makes her pro debut against Cristina Mejia (0-1) at K-MMA in La Paz, Bolivia.

July 26 –  At Rocktagon 28 in El Paso Texas, Stacy Sigala (0-0) makes her pro debut against Jazmin Quezada (1-2) and Alida Gray (1-0) takes on Jessica Kennett (0-2).

July 27 –  Jinh Yu (1-0) defends her newly won SCS Atomweight title against Darla “Train Wreck” Harris (3-2) at SCS 18.

July 27 –  Aline Sattelmayer (2-2) looks to stop her two-fight losing streak when she meets Livia Renata Souza (1-0) at
X-Fight MMA.

July 27 –  After a close decision loss to Bec Hyatt in 2012, Rachel Sheridan (0-1) returns to the cage to face Pia Rosenkrantz (0-0) at KOZ: “Bragging Rights 6”.

July 27 –  UFC on Fox 8 features two bouts in the women’s Bantamweight division. Veteran Julie “Fireball” Kedzie (16-11) meets Muay Thai legend Germaine “The Iron Lady” de Randamie (3-2) on the undercard which will be televised live on FX starting at 5pm ET. The main card, which will be televised live on Fox starting at 8pm ET, will feature a matchup between Jéssica “Bate Estaca” Andrade (9-2) and Liz “Girl-Rilla” Carmouche (8-3) and

July 28 –  Amber “Bully” Brown (2-1) travels to Japan to face Kikuyo Ishikawa (9-3) at Pancrase 250.

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