|Zusammenfassung:||Power and aggressiveness|
|Heimatort:||Salvador, Bahia Brazil|
|Heimatstadt:||Miami, FL USA|
|Größe:||5' 8" ( 172 cm )|
|Gewicht:||135 amerikanische Pfund ( 61 kg )|
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UFC 178 Ultimate Media Day at the MGM Grand Hotel/Casino on September 25, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada.Sep 25, 2014
Amanda Nunes won her second straight UFC bout with a KO over Germaine de Ramandie, Francisco Rivera discusses his victory over fellow bantamweight George Roop, and Bobby Green escaped an early point deduction to beat James Krause.Nov 07, 2013 4:30
UFC Fight Night: Faber vs. Assuncao21.03.2015
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Strikeforce Challengers 1307.01.2011
TRAINING: I wake up early, head to MMA Masters in Miami for training and do a couple rounds on the bag or some pad work, then train specific drills for my opponent. It's the same thing with Brazilian jiu-jitsu. We also do live rolling and sparring every day.
When and why did you start training for fighting? She started karate at 7 years old. Then she started boxing and training jiu-jitsu as a teenager. She made her pro MMA debut at 19. Her mother put her in karate because she was always full of energy and she wanted to do something useful with it.
What ranks and titles have you held? Black belt in jiu-jitsu, brown belt in judo. Naga World Champ in her weight and Absolute, Pan American Jiu-Jitsu Championship Gold, Mundials Jiu-Jitsu Gold, Brazilian State Jiu-Jitsu Champion
Do you have any heroes? Cain Velasquez and her uncle, Jose Alvis
Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? She was studying Physical Education but is pursuing her dream and moved to the USA to train full time
What was your job before you started fighting? Never worked. Training is her work
Specific accomplishments in pro competition? She has ended all her fights by KO or submission, three of them in the first 30 seconds.
Favorite grappling technique: Mata Leao (Rear naked choke)
Favorite striking technique: Boxing Combination
• Pro since 2008
• Eight wins by KO, one by submission
• Seven first round finishes