Women are one of the most beautiful creations from God, but when it comes to fighting, it can get pretty ugly at times. Therefore, we have decided to compile the list of the Most Deadly Female Fighters in the world at this very moment! Whether you’re looking for an MMA fighter or one from UFC, you will surely find one on our list!
Amanda Nunes is a Brazilian mixed martial artist who currently competes in UFC women’s Bantamweight division. Amanda Nunes holds black belts in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and Taekwondo, and formerly competed in Muay Thai. She is called as “The Lioness” in the martial world.
As per UFA Records Books, she is currently ranked as the is number 1 in the world with 11 Wins, Number 1 in Finishes with 8, Number 1 in KO/TKO wins, Number 1 in Win Streak, Number 1 in Title Fights Wins, Number 1 in Knockdowns Landed. With all these titles, no wonder why she is called as Amanda Nunes The Lioness and is surely among Deadly Female Fighters .
Weight: 135 lbs
Title: Women’s Featherweight Champion
Julianna Pena aka Venezuelan Vixen but she earned that name by being one of, if not, THE best female bantamweight fighters in MMA today. Just a few years ago, her career looked to be over when she tore her ACL during training. She is currently ranked #1 Champion on Women’s Bantamweight. She has 3 wins by Knockout, 6 wins by Submissions and 3 wins by decision under her belt. Her most recent fight which she won was against Amanda Nunes on 12 December 2021. No wonder she is why considered in the Deadly Female Fighters list.
Weight: 135 lbs
Title: Women’s Bantamweight Champion
Valentina Shevchenko is called “Bullet” in the fighting world. She was born in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan which was once part of USSR. She is a striker that has built a solid resume by putting opponents away with strikes. She’s a black belt in taekwondo and kickboxing but primarily fights out of Tiger Muay Thai in Thailand where she trains regularly with other great fighters. Outside of fighting, she’s also known for being an animal rights activist and likes to travel around to raise awareness. She has 9 Fight Win Streaks, 9 Wins by Knockout and 6 Wins by Decisions in her martial art career.
Weight: 125 lbs
Title: Women’s Flyweight Champion
Rose Namajunas also, known as “Thug”. UFC Strawweight Champion and a Muay Thai kickboxer out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She’s got vicious elbows, knees, and clinches. Her dominant fighting style has earned her several titles including Invicta FC Strawweight Championship (formerly known as Invictus Fighting Championships), Muay Thai Pro-Am 135-pound championship title, KOTC 115-pound women’s title, and IMMAF European 125 kg Championship gold medal in amateur MMA. She began training in martial arts at age 10 after her mother rescued her from an abusive situation involving family members.
Weight: 115 lbs
Title: Women’s Strawweight Division
Bi Nguyen (born July 23, 1993) Vietnamize born , an American female mixed martial artist. She is called “Killer Bee” in the Martial world. Bi Nruyen is surely beautiful but more ruthless and stands in the Most Deadly Female Fighters list. She competed in Invicta FC. In September 2014, she became the inaugural Invicta FC Strawweight Champion by defeating Lisa Ellis via submission in round three. Nguyen lost her title in her first defense to Livia Renata Souza via Armbar submission in round one at Invicta FC 10: Waterson vs. Tamada on April 24, 2015. Fight record Win/Loss 0-1 -(vs. Michelle Waterson) 1-0 -(vs. Lisa Ellis) 1-1-(vs. Livia Renata Souza ) 0-1-(vs. Angela Hill ) 2-3-(vs.
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Nest in our Deadly Female Fighters list is no other than Ronda Rousey grew up in California and started her martial arts career in Judo at age 11. Ronda is an Olympic Bronze Medalist and has been undefeated for nearly eight years as a mixed martial artist. She is considered one of the most talented women fighters around with a record of 12 wins, 0 losses, 1 draw, and 10 KO’s. Her fastest KO was only 16 seconds into her first-round match against Julia Budd in August 2014. It is hard to not agree that she should be rated number one on our list… or any list for that matter! The first American female to earn an Olympic medal in judo by winning bronze at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
She has worked in many blockbuster movies like, The Expendables 3, Furious 7 , Entourage, Charlie’s Angels and more. Similarly, she has shown her talent on Honoo-no Taiiku-kai TV, Drunk History, Blindspot, 9-1-1, Total Divas and Game On!.
Ronda Rousey now is currently signed up with WWE and showing her talent.
Weight: 135 lbs.
Megumi Fujii is a retired Japanese mixed martial. She has 26 wins and 3 losses in her STRAWWEIGHT career. She holds an undefeated record in 16 matches (19-0-2) and has defeated some of MMA’s most accomplished fighters, including Jessica Aguilar, Tara LaRosa, Roxanne Modafferi, and Joanne Calderwood. In 2007 she also won a gold medal at both FILA Grappling Worlds as well as ADCC Submission Wrestling Championships. She is widely considered one of the greatest female fighters to ever live. Fujii currently fights for Smackgirl in Japan but made her American debut when signing with Invicta FC last year.
In Muay Thai and kickboxing, Fairtex is considered a three-division champion having won titles in three weight classes (lightweight, middleweight, and super heavyweight). From these accomplishments alone, it’s easy to see why she’s considered one of Thailand’s best female fighters. Like many female fighters from Thailand, Stamp also has a background in Muay Thai or Krabi Krabong. Her first major title came in 2006 when she defeated Luda Chan for her WAKO PRO world super lightweight title. In 2007, she competed against Luda Chan again but lost via unanimous decision. Following that loss, she went on an impressive winning streak.
She has 8 wins and 1 lose in her STRAWWEIGHT career.
Beautiful But Deadly Female Fighters
Mixed martial arts is one of the fastest-growing sports in America and also all over the world. But still, there are not many women fighters in it because Fighting has always been a male-dominated sport. Here we have shared some Deadly Female Fighters from around the world to make some changes in it so that more women can participate in MMA and UFC fights. Hope you liked our list, don’t forget to share it with your friends through social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc.