Unified Women’s Pro MMA Rankings

April 2016 Unified Women’s MMA Rankings

The Unified Women’s Pro MMA Rankings are updated on the first of each month and are acknowledged by most media outlets as the official women’s MMA rankings assembled by division and weight class.

Fighters under suspension or who have not competed within the past 12 months are not eligible to be ranked. Fighters who vacate a weight class will no longer be ranked in that division.

Please note: Wombat Sports is NOT a part of the panel, but endorses and uses the Unified system as their primary rankings.

Featherweights (136-145 pounds)

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1. Cris “Cyborg” Justino (15-1, 1NC) – Invicta FC Champion
2. Marloes Coenen (23-6)
3. Julia Budd (8-2)
4. Latoya Walker (5-0)
5. Charmaine Tweet (8-5)
6. Arlene Blencowe (7-5)
7. Faith Van Duin (5-2)
8. Peggy Morgan (4-3)
9. Amanda Bell (3-3)
10. Gabrielle Holloway (5-4)

Other contenders:  Cindy Dandois, Megan Anderson,  Daria Ibragimova, AJ Jenkins, Jessy Miele

Bantamweights (126-135 pounds)

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1.  Miesha Tate (18-5)- UFC champion
2. Holly Holm (10-1)
3. Ronda Rousey (12-1)
4. Amanda Nunes (12-4)
5. Cat Zingano (9-1)
6. Julianna Peña (7-2)
7. Sara McMann (8-3)
8. Tonya Evinger (17-5) – InvictaFC Champion
9. Liz Carmouche (10-5)
10. Valentina Shevchenko (12-2)

Other contenders: Lauren Murphy, Jessica Eye, Bethe Correia, Sarah Kaufman, Raquel Pennington

Flyweights (116-125 pounds)

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1.  Jennifer Maia (13-4-1) – interim InvictaFC champion
2. Vanessa Porto (18-7)
3. Roxanne Modafferi (19-12)
4. Julia Berezikova (10-4)
5. Katlyn Chookagian (7-0)
6. Juliana Werner (8-5)
7. Poliana Botelho (5-1)
8. Marilia Santos (5-0)
9. Jingnan Xiong (6-1)
10. Sarah  D’Alelio (9-6)

Other contenders: Kate da Sila, Charlene Watt, Silvana Juarez, Andrea Lee,  Mariana Morais

Strawweights (107-115 pounds)

joanna-flag b1. Joanna Jedrzejczyk (11-0) – UFC champion
2. Claudia Gadelha (13-1)
3. Carla Esparza (10-3)
4. Karolina Kowalkiewicz (8-0)
5. Livia Renata Souza (9-0) – InvictaFC Champion
6. Jessica Aguilar (19-5)
7.  Tecia Torres (7-0)
8.   Valerie Letourneau (8-4)
9.  Maryna Moroz (6-1)
10. Alexa Grasso (7-0)

Other contenders: Joanne Calderwood, Rose Namajuas, Jessica Penne, Juliana Lima, Viviane Pereira

Atomweights (96-106 pounds)

ayaka title1. Ayaka Hamasaki (13-1) – Invicta FC Champion
2.  Jinh Yu Frey (5-1)
3. Mei Yamaguchi (15-8-1) – DEEP-JEWELS champion
4. Naho Sugiyama (11-4)
5. Herica Tiburcio (9-4)
6. Amber Brown (6-2)
7.  Mina Kurobe (6-2)
8.  Emi Tomimatsu (11-10)
9.  Kanna Asakura (3-0)
10. Julia Jones (4-0)

Other contenders: Thaty Bergamaschi, Tessa Simpson, Catherine Costigan, Irene Cabello, Satomi Takano

84 thoughts on “Unified Women’s Pro MMA Rankings”

  1. Don’t understand why Ronda is top ten at FW. Is she going back to FW, now that Cyborg is gone from the promotion?

    1. She’s fought at FW within a year so she keeps her spot in the rankings. Once a year passes without her fighting there, she’ll be dropped from the standings.

  2. Ronda #2 at FW is a joke.
    Her looks and mouth obviously contributed to her high ranking.
    Gomes was her only good win.
    Glad to see Jag and Ze Tank at number 1.

  3. What happened to Ediane Gomes in the Featherweight Division with a record of 10-2? She fought in January of last year and would have fought since then if it wasn’t for her opponents dropping out.

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