Kyra Batara and Paulina Granados set to fight for inaugural Combate Americas women’s atomweight title

Combate Americas are set to introduce a championship belt for the women’s atomweight division on December 1 when Kyra Batara and Paulina Granados battle for the inaugural title at the “Combate Americas 19” event.

Batara (6-4) is undefeated with the Combate organization, picking up an impressive 4-0 record including finishes over Jenny Silverio and Vanessa Rico Fernandez. The 23-year-old, known as “Mogwai”, has fast become a fan-favorite of the division and is hoping to cement her place as one of MMA’s next top superstars with a victory on December 1.

Granados (4-2) will be making her third appearance for the organization, following unanimous decision victories over Stephanie Alba and Jenna Serio. The 29-year-old, also known as “Firefox”, trains at the Alliance MMA gym along with UFC stars such as Dominick Cruz and Jeremy Stephens.

‘Combate Americas 19’ will take place on December 1st from the Freeman Coliseum in San Antonio, Texas, United States.

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Noah

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