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MMA's most Dangerous Women

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There are several strong and powerful female MMA fighters with impressive records and skills. MMA is a sport that gives women equal opportunity to show their talent and several of them went on to be big names thanks to their abilities. Five such MMA fighters include.
(11-20, 10 wins by KO/TKO)
Noteworthy victories: Takayo Hashi at Strikeforce Challengers 6 and Miesha Tate at Strikeforce Challengers 1 (UD).
Strikeforce’s 135-pound fighter is ranked second on the Unified Women’s MMA Rankings list. She is known as the winner of the first female MMA fight (June 1, 2007) where she defeated Valerie Letourneau. She then went on to win several championships including the Hardcore Championship Fighting Women's Bantamweight and StrikeForce Women's Bantamweight Championship.
With her airtight takedown defense and sharp boxing, she does not allow her challenger to do anything but bleed in the ring.

(26-2, 19 wins by submission)

Noteworthy victories: Mika Nagano at Smackgirl: Starting Over (SUB R1), Lisa Ward at Bodog Fight: Vancouver (SUB R1).
Magumi Fujii has one of the greatest MMA records. Her victories show that she is one of the most incredible submission specialists in the sport. Also known as Mega Megu, she is the proud holder of the longest winning streak in MMA. She lost her first fight to Zoila Gurgel after 22 consecutive victories becoming the second person to achieve such a record in MMA.
Fujii has reached a stage where she faces a shortage of legitimate opponents with no one able to stand tall in front of her. She holds black belts in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and Judo and has been trained by Pancrase Josh Barnett and Hiroyuki Abe and is an active trainer herself as well.

Ronda Rousey (7-0, all by submissions)

Noteworthy Victories: Sarah Kaufman at StrikeForce: Rousey vs. Kaufman and Liz Carmouche at UFC 157.
Don’t let Ronda’s gorgeous face fool you; her punch can knock the daylight out of you. One of the most decorated superstars in MMA; Rousey is a holder of several championships including StrikeForce Women's Bantamweight Championship, and UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship. The first woman to headline a UFC event, Rousey found quick fame thanks to her striking and submission abilities.
She is a newsmaker not only for her attacks inside the ring but also outside. She commonly uses strong language against her opponents to weaken them down and have an edge.

Miesha Tate (13-3, 6 by submission)

Noteworthy Victories: Hitomi Akano at StrikeForce Challengers: Riggs vs. Taylor and Sarah Oriza at CageSport MMA on October 3, 2009.
Ranked 4th by the Unified Women's MMA Rankings, Tate caught attention when she debuted in StrikeForce on June 27, 2008. She went on to win several championships including FCF Women's Bantamweight Championship. Also known as cupcake, Tate is no sweetie in the ring.
She is known as a fighter who has complete grasp on the sport, which is evident from her win record. Her submissions are her strong points; however, she is good with knockouts as well.
Tate has recently been in the news for her deal with the UFC that will see her face Cat Zingano on April 13, 2013 at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale.

Marloes Coenen (21-5, 15 by submissions)

Noteworthy Victories: Liz Carmouche at StrikeForce: Feijao vs. Henderson and Miwako Ishihara at Shooto: Wanna Shooto 2002.
Marlos Coenen, also known as Rumina, is the current number 1 female fighter (145 pound) as per the Unified Women's MMA Rankings. She belongs to a family of fighters and made her MMA debut in 2000 but found her true self when she joined StrikeForce where she went on to win the StrikeForce Women's Bantamweight Championship. Her submissions are her strong point; however, she excels in other styles as well.


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