January 28, 2021

2nd Quarter 2019 WMMA Schedule & Results

MMA is a fast-paced sport– between constant fight announcements, booking changes, last minute replacements, and some unforuntate cancellations, all of the chaos can be hard to keep up with at times. In an attempt to help you stay up to date with WMMA action and results, WMMA Rankings is bringing you a one stop shop for scheduled bouts, results, and more!

2019 Quarter 2 (April – June)

April 12, ONE Championship
105: Bi Nguyen def. Dwi Ani Retno Wula via first-round TKO

April 12, Combate Americas
118: Dulce “Sexy Star” Garcia def. Mariana Ruiz via unanimous decision

April 13, UFC 236
125: Poliana Botelho def. Lauren Mueller via unanimous decision

April 20, UFC St. Petersburg
125: Roxanne Modafferi def. Antonina Shevchenko via split-decision

April 21, RIZIN 15
125: Kana Watanabe def. Justyna Zofia Haba via unanimous decision
125: Shinju Kanako Murata def. Saray Orozco via second-round submission
112: Rena Kubota def. Samatha Jean-Francois via unanimous decision

April 26, Combate Americas: Reinas
115: Melissa Martiez def. Carolina Gallardo second round KO
115: Kyra Batara def. Angela Magana Francis Hernandez via second round submission
105: G. Brava Barrios def. Paulina Granados via unanimous decision
125: Yasmine Jauregui def. Daniela Espinosa via first round KO/TKO
120: Sidney Trillo def. Destiny Sarran via second round KO
135: Lucero Acosta def. Nancy Nava via second round TKO

April 27, Bellator 220
125 Title Fight: Ilima-Lei Macfarlae def. Veta Arteaga Gia third round TKO (doctor’s stoppage)

April 27, Cage Warriors 104
115: Cory McKenna def. Fannie Redman via second-round submission

April 27, UFC on ESPN 3
115: Carla Esparza def. Virna Jadiroba via unanimous decision
115: Jessica Penne Angela Hill def. Jodie Esquibel via unanimous decision

May 3, Invicta FC: Phoenix Rising Series 1
Tournament Style, Single Eliminations, Winner is Crowned 115 Champion
115: Sharon Jacobson def. Amber Brown via unanimous decision
115: Juliana Lima def. Danielle Taylor via unanimous decision
115: Brianna Van Buren def. Manjit Kolekar via first round submission
115: Kailin Curran def. Sunna Davidsdottir via unanimous decision
115: Alyssa Krahn def. Itzel Esquivel via split decision
115: Brianna Van Buren def. Juliana Lima via unanimous decision
115: Kailin Curran def. Sharon Jacobson via unanimous decision
115: Magdalena Sormova def. Kay Hansen via split-decision
115 Title Fight: Brianna Van Buren def. Kailin Curran via second round submission to become new Invicta FC Strawweight Champion

May 4, UFC Ottowa

135: Sarah Moras vs. Macy Chiasson def. Sarah Moras via second round TKO

May 9, PFL Season 2: Lightweight Tournament, Round 1
155: Kayla Harrison def. Svetlana Khautotva Larissa Pacheco via unanimous decision
155: Sarah Kaufman def. Morgan Frier via first round submission
155: Roberta Samad def. Moriel Charneski via unanimous decision
155: Bobbi Jo Dalziel def. Genah Fabian via unanimous decision

May 11, UFC 237
115 Title Fight: Jessica Andrade def. Rose Namajunas via second round knockout to become the new UFC Strawweight Champion
135: Irene Aldana def. Bethe Correia via third round submission
135: Viviane Araujo def. Talita Bernardo via third round KO
125: Luana Carolina def. Priscila Cachoeira via unanimous decision

May 18, UFC Rochester
135: Aspen Ladd def. Sijara Eubanks via unanimous decision
145: Felicia Spencer def. Megan Anderson via first round submission

May 28, UFC Stockholm
145: Bea Malecki def. Duda Santana via second round submission
135: Lina Lansberg def. Tonya Evinger via unanimous decision

June 7, Invicta FC 35
125: Karina Rodriguez def. DeAnna Bennet via unanimous decision
105: Viviane Pereira def. Alesha Zappitella via unanimous deicsion
115: Kanako Murata def. Liana Pirosin via first round submission
135: Lisa Spangler def. Katharina Lehner via unanimous deicsion
145: Kaitlyn Young def. Faith McMah via third round TKO
135: Chelsea Chandler def. Brittney Victoria second round TKO
105: Kelly D’Angelo def. Jillian DeCoursey via unanimous decision
105: Loma Lookboonmee def. Monique Adriane via unanimous deicsion
115: Valerie Wong vs. Genia Goodin def. Valerie Wong via split-decision

June 8, UFC 238
125 Title Fight: Valentina Shevchenko def. Jessica Eye via KO
115: Tatiana Suarez def. Nina Ansaroff via unanimous deicsion
125: Katlyn Chookagian def. Joane Calderwood via unanimous decicsion
115: Alexa Grasso def. Karolina Kowalkiewicz via unanimous decision
115: Felice Herrig Yan Xianon def. Angela Hill via unanimous decision

June 14, Bellator 222
127 Catchweight: Taylor Turner def. Heather Hardy via first round TKO
112 Catchweight: Lindsey VanZandt def. Rena Kubota via first round submission
125: Valerie Loureda def. Larkyn Dasch  via unanimous decision

June 15, ONE Championship: Legendary Quest
115: Itsuki Hirata def. Angelie Sabanal via second round submission
115 Muay Thai: Nong Stamp def. Alma Juniku via unanimous decision

June 22, Bellator London
125: Kate Jackson def. Lena Ovchynikova via first round TKO (doctor’s stoppage)
125: Denise Keilholtz def. Bryony Tyrell via second round TKO

June 22, UFC Greenville
115: Ashley Yoder def. Syuri Kondo via unanimous decision
125: Andrea Lee def. Montana De La Rosa via unanimous decision
125: Molly McCann def. Ariane Lipski via unanimous decision

June 29, UFC Minneapolis
115: Amanda Ribas def. Emily Whitmire via second round submission

Be sure to follow along with us in the comments!

A special thank you to reader JR Yuen for contributing!

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24 thoughts on “2nd Quarter 2019 WMMA Schedule & Results

  1. This is great, thanks! But I believe you missed UFC St. Petersburg 4/20, which has a fight between Roxanne Modafferi and Antonina Shevchenko

        1. Did you see her face off with Kyra? Some people are saying it’s staged, but I’ll see if I can find it and post the link here!

      1. Hey folks, you forgot one! Also on that June 8th card is Felice Herrig vs 10-1 Yan Xiaonan! So 5 WMMA fights on that card I think that’s the new UFC record other than TUF finales! Also, while technically not 2nd quarter, you’ve got Nunes-Holm on July 6th.

      2. Last but not least, you’ve got June 22nd, Bellator London, Denise Kielholtz vs opponent TBA lol, and quite outside the 2nd quarter, you’ve got Julia Budd defending against the undefeated Olga Rubin on July 12th.

    1. Yes, Susan, and I can’t wait for that one next weekend. Roxanne is gonna shut up all these Antonina hype train folks for a while!

  2. Hey Nick! May 4th in Ottawa, Ontario, at ESPN + 8 got completely missed. Sarah Cheesecake Moras vs Macy Chiasson!!! Which could potentially be really, really ugly! And quick! It was supposed to be Moras against Leah Letson in Letson’s bantamweight debut, but she got hurt or something. So they replaced her with Macy.

  3. No, I missed it! Magana knows how to get people riled up! That’s for sure! I think that’s why UFC kept her as long as they did!

  4. On May 3, at LFA 65, the beautiful Sarah Shell (formerly McLeod) will return to the cage after a 5 year long absence. She is fighting Pauline Macias.

      1. I do wonder , Nick, WMMA is really growing. Are we at the point, where we do still mention every single WMMA fight in every minor league org. Thoughts to ponder, like I gueessss LFA still belongs in the big discussions since that is where Mazo, Maycee, Dern, etc all came from., but Cage Warriors ??? I dunno

        1. Sorry for the intrusion in this discussion, but I would also like to give my opinion. Apart from the big promotions, I would suggest to focus on fighters rather than on promotions. Personally I am interested in knowing when an interesting fighter is fighting, even if it’s not in one of the big leagues. And Cory McKenna is considered a high potential fighter, so personally I am happy to see her fight listed here. After all, the goal of these schedules is to provide useful information, and info on the big leagues is also the info that is easiest to find elsewhere, so I would argue that mentioning what’s going on in “minor” leagues is the bit that has the highest added value in terms of information.

          1. Then I guess stick with both. it’s nice to have all the big and medium sized leagues’ WMMA fights all in one place like this and I for one have never heard of a Cory McKenna, but maybe there are others who have heard of her.

        2. That’s a good point! It is definitely harder to find and update information on minor leagues! As long as there is access to the information, I hope we can provide a platform for people to find all of their WMMA info!

  5. ONE Warrior Series is going down this Thursday, April 25.
    125: Kristy Obst OZ, DEBUT) vs. Claudia Diaz (Spain, 0-1)
    115: Neha Kashyap (India, 0-1) vs. Roshnee Khaira (Malaysia, 0-1)
    115: Ji-Yeon Seo (Korea, 6-3) vs. Yuko Suzuki (Japan, 7-8)

    Also, Wu Yanan is out vs Luana Carolina May 11. Priscila Cachoeira is replacing her.

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