A

Alexa Conners
Alexa Grasso
Alexis Davis
Amanda Bell
Amanda Nunes
Anastasia Yankova
Andrea Lee
Angela Hill
Ashlee Evans-Smith
Aspen Ladd
Ayaka Hamasaki

B

Barb Honchak
Bethe Correia
Bec Rawlings

C

Carla Esparza
Cat Zingano
Charmaine Tweet
Claudia Gadelha
Cortney Casey

F

Felice Herrig
Felicia Spencer

G

Gabi Garcia
Germaine de Randamie
Gina Mazany



H

Hannah Goldy
Heather Hardy
Heather Jo Clark
Holly Holm

I

Ilima-Lei MacFarlane
Irene Aldana

J

Jennifer Maia
Jessica Aguilar
Jessica Eye
Jessica Andrade
Jessica Penne
Jessica-Rose Clark
Jinh Yu Frey
Joanna Jedrzejczyk
Joanne Calderwood
Julia Budd
Julianna Peña

K

Karolina Kowalkiewicz
Katlyn Chookagian
Ketlen Vieira

L

Lauren Mueller
Lauren Murphy
Lina Länsberg
Liz Carmouche
Lucie Pudilova

M

Mackenzie Dern
Mara Romero Borella
Marion Reneau
Marloes Coenen
Megan Anderson
Michelle Waterson
Miesha Tate
Minna Grusander
Montana De La Rosa

N

Nicco Montaño

P

Paige VanZant
Poliana Botelho



R

Rachael Ostovich
Raquel Pennington
Ronda Rousey
Rose Namajunas
Roxanne Modafferi

S

Sarah Kaufman
Sara McMann
Sarah Moras
Sijara Eubanks

T

Tatiana Suarez
Tecia Torres
Tonya Evinger

V

Valentina Shevchenko
Valerie Letourneau
Virna Jandiroba
Yana Kunitskaya


Invicta FC – latest videos
Women’s MMA, sometimes referred to as WMMA, has gained enthusiastic mainstream support following a period in which some MMA promoters had expressed reluctance to include it. The regulation of MMA and the application of safeguards to protect fighters moved mixed martial arts into widespread acceptance as a leading professional sport. The UFC, the WEC, Strikeforce, Bellator MMA, and Invicta FC were all instrumental in helping to remove the stigma associated with MMA combat sports in the USA.

Today, Women’s MMA is attracting large numbers of fans and athletes interested in watching the art and science of MMA competition between female athletes.