Angela Lee

We’re probably not going to see a whole lot of ONE atom weight champion Angela Lee in 2021, as she and her significant other MMA fighters, ONE lightweight contender Bruno Pucci, are anticipating their first kid. That being said, Lee has communicated confidence that she’ll be prepared to battle again before the year is out, and in the event that anybody is fit for mounting that sort of rebound, it’s the lady nicknamed “Relentless.” 

MMA Fighters 2021

Claressa Shields 

Claressa Shields still can’t seem to contend in MMA fighters, yet as we currently know, that will change in 2021, as the three-division boxing champion as of late inked an arrangement with the PFL. She positively has a long way to go on the off chance that she expects to flourish in a completely new game, however at only 25 years of age, she’s in the prime of her athletic life, and appears to be very much situated to do as such. Anticipate that she should punch a few heads into the seats—possibly kick them—in the extremely not so distant future. 

Weili Zhang

UFC strawweight champ Weili Zhang has effectively settled herself as a standout amongst other female contenders in MMA fighters with remarkable successes over previous champs Jessica Andrade and Joanna Jedrzejczyk. As we close in on 2021, all signs highlight the Chinese champ unavoidably guarding her title against another previous champion in Rose Namajunas. On the off chance that she wins that battle, it will insist on her status as one of the game’s pound-for-pound sovereigns—and with a large number of fans in China observing intently, probably the greatest star. 

Kayla Harrison

Previous Olympic judoka Kayla Harrison, generally viewed as quite possibly the most deadly lady in MMA fighters as of now, didn’t contend however much she needed in 2020 on account of the Covid pandemic. Anticipate that she should compensate for some recent setbacks in 2021. 

After a damaging featherweight prevailed upon Courtney King in the Invicta confine recently, she has energy on her side as the PFL slopes back up for a gigantic 2021 season. That is a startling idea for any lady that means to the confined with her. 

Cris Cyborg

It seems like each year is a major year for Cris Cyborg. However having tracked down another home in Bellator MMA fighters, where she is presently the dominant featherweight champion, it’s conceivable that 2021 will be the greatest year of her vocation to date. She doesn’t have a battle booked right now, yet as perhaps the greatest name on the Bellator program, and the nearest thing to surefire amusement that you’ll discover in this game, we can presumably anticipate that she should get something arranged soon. 

Stamp Fairtex

Stamp Fairtex hasn’t had the greatest year, as she lost her ONE atomweight kickboxing title to Janet Todd, and her ONE atomweight Muay Thai title to Allycia Hellen Rodrigues—both through fervently discussed choices. The one silver lining of those title misfortunes, notwithstanding, is that Stamp currently has fundamentally more transfer speed to zero in on her blossoming MMA profession. The Thai striking prodigy is as of now 4-0 in the game, and is probably going to work on that count in 2021—in all probability in the ONE Atomweight World Grand Prix. 

MMA Fighters

Amanda Nunes

Amanda Nunes is the best female warrior ever, and all signs highlight her establishing that status in 2021.While her December featherweight title guard against Megan Anderson was deplorably dropped, the session will doubtlessly be rescheduled for mid 2021. If she overcomes that guard solid, we can most likely hope to run through some more protections of her bantamweight title from there on. Except if, obviously, she chooses to hang up the gloves and appreciate life as another mother.


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