Weekly Women’s MMA Review 3/16

Posted: March 17, 2014 in Uncategorized

1959960_10152269118071276_680770410_nAndrade Outguns Pennington at UFC 171

“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–

March 15 –  Jessica Andrade (11-3, 2-1 UFC) defeats Raquel Pennington (4-4, 1-1 UFC) via Split Decision at UFC 171

March 15 –  Deise Lee (5-4) defeats Priscila Souza via Unanimous Decision at Gladiator Combat Fight 4

March 15 –  Kalindra Faria (13-3-1) defeats Aline Serio (7-5) via Unanimous Decision at XFCi 2: Brazil

March 15 –  Lena Tkhorevska (3-1) defeats Anna Moldavchuk (1-2) via RNC in round 1 at PLMMA 29

March 15 –  Stephanie Bragayrac (1-1) defeats Pamela Boveda (1-1) via TKO in round 1 at GP Super 8

March 15 –  Victory Iron Girls 1
Gisele Moreira (1-1) defeats Kessiny Mara (0-3) via Armbar in round 2
Karine Silva (2-0) defeats Helaine Ribeiro (0-4) via KO in round 1

–Upcoming Bouts–

March 21 –  XFC Women’s flyweight champion Pearl Gonzalez (2-1) returns to her hometown of Chicago to face Kelly Warren (3-5) and Heather “Hand Guns” Bassett (1-0) attempts to hand Fallon “The Queen of Swords” Fox (3-1) her second consecutive loss at XFO 50 in Chicago, IL.

March 22 – After a successful pro debut, Polish female fitness icon Kamila Porczyk (1-0) takes a huge step-up in competition when she meets Ukraine’s Iryna “Delsa” Shaparenko (5-0) at KSW 26 in Warsaw, Poland.

March 22 –  Hungary’s Dora Perjes (5-0) looks for her sixth consecutive submission victory when she faces Italy’s Eleonora Tassinari (1-1) at MMA Revolution in Budapest, Hungary.

March 22 –  Sweden’s Lina Akhtar Lansberg (1-1) makes her promotional debut against England’s Emma “Heavy D” Delaney (0-1) at Cage Warriors 66 in Denmark. This bout is part of the preliminary card and will stream live on the Cage Warriors Facebook page and

March 22 –  At Storm Damage 4 in Canberra, Australia, Rachel Head (0-0) makes her pro debut against Ginny Conners (1-1). Also on the card, New Zealand Jiu-Jitsu ace Kate “Jiu-Jitseira” Da Silva (5-1) was scheduled to take on Tanya Stevens for the Storm Damage Women’s bantamweight title, but unfortunately Stevens had to withdraw due to personal reasons. The promotion is still hoping to find a replacement.

Rankings info supplied by the Unified Women’s MMA Rankings.


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