Top 10 UFC Female Boxers in the World 2022

Top 10 UFC Female Boxers in the World 2022

Boxing is an art that involves two people fighting each other with their fists and moves. It is a historically old sport that requires special equipment like gloves, knee pads, face guards, etc. Boxing requires physical endurance to enter the ring (a particular area surrounded by ropes on four sides for the players to fight within) without passing the fitness test.

Here we have gathered a list of the Top 5 UFC female boxers making headlines and history.

10)Aspen Ladd:

Aspen Kohl Ladd is an American professional martial artist. Her UFC debut fight was against Lina Lansberg at UfC Fight Night 118; well known former fighter for her wins. She won the second round, but the fight was brought to a halt for the judge to decide.

Aspen Ladd

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9)Carla Esparza:

Carla is an American professional MMA fighter who now competes in UFC and has won the first UFC Strawweight Champion and the first Invicta FC Strawweight Champion. She has had 18 wins and 6 losses by far.

Carla Esparza

8)Holly Holm:

Holly is an American professional MMA fighter who fights for the Ultimate Fighting Championship. She has won the former Women’s Bantamweight Champion and a former World Boxer. She has had 14 wins and 5 losses in her career so far.

Holly Holm

7)Germaine De Randamie:

Germaine is a Dutch professional MMA Fighter who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship and is the first one honored to be holding the UFC Women’s Featherweight Championship. She’s the best pound-to-pound Female MMA fighter currently. She has had 10 wins and 4 losses by far.

Germaine De Randamie

6)Jessica Andrade:

Jessica is a Brazillian professional MMA Fighter who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship currently for the UFC Flyweight and Strawweight Championships. She is the only female fighter to have won in all three different weight categories. She has had 21 wins and 9 losses.

Jessica Andrade

5)Amanda Serrano:

Amanda is a Puerto Rican professional boxer and a wrestler. As a boxer, Amanda has held the WBO title since 2019 and the WBC & IBO titles since 2021. She is the first and only woman to win the world titles in more than four weight classes. Amanda is a Super World Championship winner as well.

Amanda Serrano

4)Zhang Weili:

Zhang is a Chinese mixed martial art player. She is the former UFC Women’s Strawweight Champion in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. She has earned the first spot in the women’s strawweight rankings and fourth position in UFC women’s pound-for-pound rankings. In the history of UFC women boxers, Zhang is the first Chinese and East-Asian champion to take pride. Her record has 21 wins and 3 losses.

Zhang Weili

3)Rosa Namajunas:

Rosa is an American professional and current UFC Women’s Strawweight World Champion. She lost her championship and then regained it in the next season and got tagged for being the only one to re-achieve the title in the history of the UFC Women Championship. Her record has 10 wins and 4 losses.

Rosa Namajunas

2)Valentina Shevchenko:

Valentina is a Peruvian professional boxer. She is nicknamed ‘Bullet’ by her fellow mates. She is currently in the top 5 UFC Fighters and has won Flyweight Championship undisputedly. She has also won from 3 former UFC champions- Holly Holm, Joanna Jedrzejczyk, and Jessica Andrade. Her record has 21 wins and 3 losses.

Valentina Shevchenko

1)Amanda Nunes

Amanda Nunes, mostly known as ‘Lioness,’ is a Brazillian mixed martial artist. She competes in the UFC, holding the UFC Women’s Featherweight Championship. She is a former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion as well. The first to fight in the UFC history to defend two titles while actively holding them. Her remarkable victories make her earn her spot in the UFC world.

Amanda Nunes

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