Top 10 UFC Womens Bantamweight Rankings 2021

Top 10 UFC Womens Bantamweight Rankings 2021
Top 10 UFC Womens Bantamweight Rankings 2021

UFC Womens Bantamweight is a weight class in battle sports. In MMA, the Bantamweight Division is inside 126-135 lbs (57.2-61.2 kg). Here is the list of top 10 women BantamWeight:

1: Amanda Nunes UFC Womens

Amanda Nunes
Amanda Nunes

Amanda Lourenço Nunes (conceived May 30, 1988) is a Brazilian expert blended military craftsman. She right now contends in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), in which she is the defending champ of the ladies’ Bantamweight and Featherweight divisions. She is the primary lady to turn into a two-division UFC champion. the third contender in UFC history to hold titles in two weight classes all the while, after Conor McGregor and Daniel Cormier.

. She is additionally the solitary warrior in UFC history to protect two titles while effectively holding them. Nunes is generally viewed as the best ladies’ blended military craftsman ever. As of June 2, 2020, she is 1 in the UFC ladies’ pound-for-pound rankings.

2: Germaine De Randamie UFC Womens

Germaine De Randamie
Germaine De Randamie

Germaine Martha de Randamie (conceived April 24, 1984) is a Dutch blended military craftsman and previous kickboxer. Undefeated in authorized kickboxing sessions, she contends in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) and was the principal UFC Women’s Featherweight Champion. Preceding joining the UFC, de Randamie contended in the Strikeforce featherweight division. As of October 19, 2020, she is 1 in the UFC ladies’ bantamweight rankings and 7 in the UFC ladies’ pound-for-pound rankings.

3: Holly Holm

Holly Holm
Holly Holm

Holly Rene Holm (conceived October 17, 1981) is an American blended military craftsman who contends in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. She is the previous UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion, and a previous expert fighter and kickboxer. She was a different time best on the planet in boxing, shielding her titles multiple times in three weight classes, and a double cross Ring magazine warrior of the year (2005, 2006).

She is positioned by BoxRec as the best female expert fighter ever. She has the remarkable qualification of being the first (and right now just) contender to hold a world boxing title and a UFC title. Holm’s most eminent success in blended hand to hand fighting (MMA) happened at UFC 193 (November 15, 2015), before a record-breaking swarm for a UFC occasion (56,215 individuals) in Melbourne, when she caught the bantamweight title and gave Ronda Rousey her first misfortune in the game.

This battle is for the most part viewed as probably the greatest bombshell in battle sports history. As of October 19, 2020, she is 2 in the UFC ladies’ bantamweight rankings and 8 in UFC ladies’ pound-for-pound rankings.

4: Aspen Ladd UFC Womens

Aspen Ladd
Aspen Ladd

Aspen Ladd (conceived March 1, 1995) is an American expert blended military craftsman who contends in the Bantamweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). An expert since 2015, Ladd began her expert blended combative techniques vocation in Invicta FC. As of February 16, 2021, she is 3 in the UFC ladies’ bantamweight rankings and as of June 14, 2021 she is 10 in UFC ladies’ pound-for-pound rankings.

5: Irene Aldana

Irene Aldana
Irene Aldana

Irene Robles Aldana (conceived March 26, 1988) is a Mexican blended military craftsman who competes in the Bantamweight division. Aldana moved on from school with a degree in visual computerization. During her school examinations, she grew an interest in blended hand to hand fighting and began preparing at nearby Lobo Gym. As of February 8, 2021, she is 4 in the UFC ladies’ bantamweight rankings.

6: Yana Kunitskaya

Yana Kunitskaya
Yana Kunitskaya

Yana Kunitskaya (conceived November 11, 1989) is a Russian blended military craftsman in the bantamweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). As of February 22, 2021, she is 5 in the UFC ladies’ bantamweight rankings.

Yana crushed Tonya Evinger for the Invicta FC Bantamweight title on November 18, 2016. On December 1, the success was toppled to a no challenge, so Evinger held her title. Kunitskaya confronted Evinger in a rematch in the headliner of Invicta FC 22 on March 25, 2017, and lost by accommodation in the second round.

Kunitskaya crushed Raquel Pa’aluhi at Invicta FC 25 on August 31, 2017, to win the empty Invicta FC Bantamweight Championship.

7: Julianna Pena UFC Womens

Julianna Nicole Pena (conceived August 19, 1989) is an American blended military craftsman who contends in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. She is the primary lady to win The Ultimate Fighter. As of February 22, 2021, she is 6 in the UFC ladies’ bantamweight rankings and as of June 14, 2021 she is 15 in UFC ladies’ pound-for-pound rankings.

Julianna Pena
Julianna Pena

8: Ketlen Vieira

Ketlen Vieira
Ketlen Vieira

Vieira was brought into the world in Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil. She began preparing Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and when she was twelve she began preparing in Judo. She holds dark belts in the two orders. She is additionally an improved grappler with different lofty titles, including Brazilian public wrestling title. She changed to MMA and prepared under Marcinho Pontes, who was José Aldo’s initial mentor at Nova Uniao Manaus rec center.

9: Sara McMann UFC Womens

Sara McMann
Sara McMann

Sara McMann (conceived September 24, 1980) is an American blended military craftsman who at present contends in the bantamweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). McMann is a previous Olympic grappler and she is the main American lady in history to get a silver decoration at the Olympics, which she succeeded at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. As of February 8, 2021, she is 8 in the UFC ladies’ bantamweight rankings.

10: Macy Chiasson

Macy Chiasson
Macy Chiasson

Macy Chiasson (conceived July 27, 1991) is an American blended military craftsman (MMA). She was the Women’s Featherweight victor of The Ultimate Fighter 28 and as of now contends in the Bantamweight division in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). As of March 23, 2021, she is 9 in the UFC ladies’ bantamweight rankings.

Chiasson began blended hand to hand fighting at 19 years old, in the wake of being out of commission for three and one-half weeks recuperating from an auto crash to get back the wellness level she used to be to the point at which she was a softball major in secondary school. Subsequent to going to some Krav Maga classes at the hand to hand fighting rec center.

she was drawn to the actual forcefulness and the intense mental side of the battle sport and began showing Krav Maga following one year of preparation. Chiasson changed to blended hand to hand fighting, preparing under Mushin MMA and Mid City MMA, as Krav Maga isn’t a contest battle sport. Not long after she began preparing blended hand to hand fighting, she began contending expertly.