Top 10 Hottest Female UFC Fighters
10. Michelle Waterson
Born: 6 January 1986
Michelle Waterson is a mixed martial American artist participating in the Ultimate Fighting Championship. She is the former Atomweight Champion of Invicta FC. She was voted # 1 atom-weight fighter by women in the world between 2013–2014. She is # 8 in UFC women’s strawweight rankings as of March 29, 2019.
Having made the move from ring girl to warrior with Donald Cerrone’s support, Waterson made her MMA debut at Ring of Fire 28 on February 16, 2007: Evolution against Andrea Miller, winning the fight by unanimous decision. She made her debut without getting any fights with amateurs.
She faced champion Lynn Alvarez of Freestyle Cage Combat at Ring of Fire 31: undisputed on December 1, 2007 but lost in the first round by submission.
9. Alexandra Albu
Born July 14, 1990
Aleksandra Albu or Alexandra Albu is a Russian mixed martial artist, born in Moldova. After several years of training in Moscow, she went to represent Russia. Albu was scheduled to make her promotional debut on December 6, 2013, against Julie Kedzie at UFC Fight Night 33. Yet due to a knee injury, Albu was forced to pull out of the bout.
Albu made her eventual debut against Izabela Badurek at UFC Fight Night 64 on April 11, 2015. In the second round, Albu defeated Badurek by a guillotine choke.
Albu returned to UFC in July 2017 after a two-year absence, with a battle against American fighter Kailin Curran. By unanimous decision Albu won.
8. Rachel Wray
Rachael Ray was a college cheerleader at Arkansas University, and later was a cheerleader for the NFL squad of Kansas City Chiefs.
She fell in love with boxing after graduating from college after getting a free gym membership for the boxing club in Kansas City.
7. Angela Lee
Born: 8 July 1996
Angela Seung-Ju Lee is a Chinese- and Korean descent Canadian mixed martial artist currently competing in ONE Championship. While she holds Canadian and American citizenship, Lee has allowed Singapore to compete in sports.
In 2011, Angela Lee won her division at the U.S. National Championships for Amateur Pankration, and the following year she claimed her division at the World Championships for Pangration Athlima Federation in Greece. On 5 May 2016, by beating Mei Yamaguchi to win the ONE Women’s Atomweight (115 lbs) title, she became the youngest person ever to win a world title in MMA. Battle Matrix ranks her # 14 female MMA Strawweight (105.1-115 lbs) worldwide as of June 2017.
6. Juli Firso
There are no words in the world that can do justice to the level of sexiness exhibited by this hottest female MMA fighter!
If you haven’t seen her yet, check out her Instagram page, where about 300k people get to see how amazingly beautiful Juli Firso is! She is just 25 years old and is already owned by Nak Muay Nangfas Martial Arts Academy.
Her decision to pursue fighting sports such as Jiu-Jitsu, Kickboxing and Muay Thai has paid off!
5. Paige VanZant
Born: 26 March 1994
Paige Michelle Vanderford is an American mixed martial artist, journalist, and model who is professionally known as Paige VanZant. VanZant is admitted into the Ultimate Fighting Championship flyweight division. She has appeared outside of mixed martial arts in the TV show Dancing with the Stars and Chopped.
After VanZant moved to Sparks, Nevada with her family, she was searching for a dance studio when she came across the gym of UFC veteran Ken Shamrock, where she started to train in boxing and other martial arts. VanZant made her professional MMA debut on June 30th, 2012, at the UWF Warriors Tournament finale against Jordan Nicole Gaza in Corpus Christi, Texas, winning by split decision after winning an amateur fight at age 18. She faced Amber Stautzenberger at Premier Fight Series 2 on 22 September 2012 and won by unanimous decision.
4. Ronda Rousey
Born: February 1, 1987
Rousey started pursuing a career in mixed martial arts (MMA), after becoming the first American woman to earn an Olympic medal in judo by winning bronze at the 2008 Summer Olympics. She won her MMA debut for King of the Cage before going to Strikeforce where she was the last ever Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Champion before Strikeforce was purchased by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) in 2011. Once she was named UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion she was their first female champion. Rousey was involved in the first women’s fight in UFC history when she successfully defended her title at UFC 157 against Liz Carmouche.
3. Valentina Shevchenko
Born: 7 March 1988
Valentina Anatolievna Shevchenko is a Peruvian mixed martial artist and former Muay Thai fighter, born in Kyrgyzstan. She competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s flyweight division, where she is the reigning Women’s Flyweight Champion.
Shevchenko was born on 7 March 1988 in Frunze, Kyrgyzstan, USSR, into a Russian family with Soviet citizenship, and later Kyrgyzstani. She began Taekwondo at age 5, after becoming involved in combat sports at an early age, under the influence of her older sister Antonina and her mother, who had studied the sport. She branched out into Muay Thai kickboxing at age 12 and then into Vale Tudo freestyle. Her kickboxing career started in 2000 when she knocked out a 22-year-old rival, also at the age of 12, and gained her the nickname “Bullet” from her trainer Pavel Fedotov because of her ring pace.
2. Gina Carano
Born: 16 April 1982
Gina Joy Carano is an American actress, a star in film, a fitness model and a professional martial mixed artist. Carano started training in Muay Thai before moving on to competitive MMA, where she competed in both Strikeforce and EliteXC. She has been featured in both ESPN The Magazine and Maxim.
1. Miesha Tate
Born: 18 August 1986
Miesha Theresa Tate is an American mixed martial arts pundit and professional mixed martial artist competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship, and a professional UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion.
Tate has posed for other blogs and magazines outside of MMA, including ESPN The Magazine and Fitness Gurls. In 2015, the feature film Battle Valley named Tate as a cast member. Her fighting style, which concentrated on Brazilian jiu-jitsu and wrestling, has received recognition from numerous peers and media outlets. President of the Ultimate Fighting Championship, Dana White, cited Tate’s fight with Ronda Rousey on 3 March 2012 as the main factor in establishing women’s divisions in the UFC.