UFC Women’s Flyweight Ranking – Female Fighter Rankings

The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is the world’s number.1 Mixed Martial Arts competition, and it comes with four divisions. The top-ranked fighters are in a series of different weight divisions. There is a UFC champion for each category. Furthermore, these fighters have to defend the title once they hold it. The classes for women to fight are Strawweight and Bantamweight division and, more recently, Flyweight and Featherweight. 

UFC Flyweight Ranking Females has generated a voting panel that consists of media members. These media members have to weigh their potential fighters in the UFC underweight class and pound-for-pound. Any competitor is eligible for a vote if they have an active status in UFC. 

 UFC Flyweight Ranking Female Division

As we have mentioned earlier, Flyweight is a weight class in Combat sport, while in MMA, the Flyweight division is within 116-125 pounds. Many of the female fighters were fighting with 115-135 pounds, and they wanted to compete in their natural weight of 116-125 pounds. It was need of the hour; UFC finally introduced a new division in December 2017. At that time inaugural title was contested in Las Vegas at the Ultimate Fighter: A New World Champion Finale. 

 UFC Flyweight Ranking Female Division

 UFC Women’s Flyweight Champion

Valentina Shevchenko is the UFC Women’s Flyweight Champion currently. 

 UFC Women’s Flyweight Rankings 2021

The UFC Women’s Flyweight title fight was contested in December 2017 named The Ultimate Fighter: A New World Champion Finale. This fight happened between two fighters who appeared on the 26th season of The Ultimate Fighter. Nicco Montano defeated Roxanne Modafferi in this inaugural fight and became a champion. 

Furthermore, Montano withdrawal from UFC 228 due to weight cut issues and has stripped off the title in 2018. At UFC 231, Valentina Shevchenko won the vacant title and defended her title four times. 

 Top Female UFC Fighters

  • Zhang Weili (Strawweight Champion)
  • Amanda Nunes (Bantamweight and Featherweight Champion)
  • Valentina Shevchenko (UFC Women’s Flyweight Champion)

Record (W-L-D): 21-3-0

Weight: 125lb (56kg) 

Ranking Criteria for UFC Flyweight Ranking Females 

Usually, specific criteria encompass any fighters ranking. 

  • The most recent performance
  • Performance against top competition
  • The estimated ability of fighter
  • Strength of the competition
  • Last five fights
  • Activity during the previous three years.

Star Combat will help you get comprehensive information about UFC Reach, that what it is and how it is measured? Click here to know more.

Rank Fighter  Record Win Streak Last Fight Next Fight
Champion Valentina Shevchenko 22-3 8 (6 def) Defeated Lauren Murphy TBD
1 Jessica Andrade 22-9 1 Defeated Cynthia Calvillo TBD
2 Katlyn Chookagian 16-4 2 Defeated Viviane Araujo Vs. Jennifer Maia (UFC fight night 200)
3 Lauren Murphy 15-5 0 Lost to Valentina Shevchenko TBD
4 Jennifer Maia 19-7-1 1 Defeated Jassica Eye Vs. Katlyn Chookagian (UFC Fight Night 200)
5 Taila Santos 18-1 4 Defeated Joanne Wood TBD
6 Viviane Araujo 10-3 0 Lost to Katlyn Chookagian Vs. Alexa Grasso (UFC 270)
7 Joanne Wood 15-7 0 Lost to Taila Santos TBD
8 Andrea Lee 13-5 2 Defeated Cynthia Calvillo TBD
9 Jessica Eye 15-10 0 Lost to Jennifer Maia Vs. Manon Fiorot (UFC 272)
10 Cynthia Calvillo 9-4-1 0 Lost to Andrae Lee TBD
11 Alexa Grasso 13-3 2 Defeated Maycee Barber Vs. Viviane Araujo (UFC 270)
12 Roxanne Modafferi 25-19 0 Lost to Taila Santos Vs. Casey O’Neill (UFC 271)
13 Maycee Barber 9-2 1 Defeated Miranda Maverick TBD
14 Manon Fiorot 8-1 8 Defeated Mayra Bueno Silva Vs. Jessica Eye (UFC 272)
15 Casey O’Neill 8-0 8 Defeated Antonina Shevchenko Vs. Roxanne Modafferi (UFC 271)

Leave a Comment