Stats & Records
Wins by Knockout
First Round Finishes
- Sig. Strikes Landed
- Sig. Strikes Attempted
- Takedowns Landed
- Takedowns Attempted
- Sig. Str. Defense is the percentage of significant strikes attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Takedown defense is the percentage of takedowns attempted against a fighter that do not land.
- Knockdown Avg. is the average number of knockdowns per 15 Minutes window.
Sig. Str. By Position
Sig. Str. by target
Win by Method
Resultados del evento
Rosa vs LansbergRound3Time5:00MethodDecision - Majority
Lansberg vs KianzadRound3Time5:00MethodDecision - Unanimous
McMann vs LansbergRound3Time5:00MethodDEC
- Pro since 2012
- Lost pro debut – 10-6 since
- Has won four of her last nine
- Cyborg fight was at catchweight of 140 pounds
- Also defeated Pudilova via decision on 11/28/15
- Four wins by KO
- Two first round finishes
- Origin of nickname: “I received it when I lived in Thailand for a while training and fighting. There were a lot of cuts and blood in my fights (and in training one time. Oops!). My coach gave me that name, but in Thai at first.”
UFC 280 (10/22/22) Lansberg lost a three round majority decision to Karol Rosa
UFC on ESPN (4/16/22) Lansberg lost a three round unanimous decision to Pannie Kianzad
UFC Fight Night (1/25/20) Lansberg lost a three round unanimous decision to Sara McMann
UFC Fight Night (9/28/19) Lansberg won a three round unanimous decision over Macy Chiasson
UFC Fight Night (6/1/19) Lansberg won a three round unanimous decision over Tonya Evinger
UFC 229 (10/6/18) Lansberg lost a three round unanimous decision to Yana Kunitskaya
UFC Fight Night (5/27/18) Lansberg won a three round unanimous decision over Gina Mazany
UFC Fight Night (10/21/17) Lansberg was stopped by Aspen Ladd via strikes at 2:33 of the second round
UFC Fight Night (3/18/17) Lansberg won a three round unanimous decision over Lucie Pudilova
UFC Fight Night (9/24/16) Lansberg was stopped by Cris Cyborg via strikes at 2:29 of the second round
When and why did you start training for fighting? I started late. I was 22 years old when I fought for the first time. I've always been a person that needs challenges and I want to succeed in the hardest and most difficult things. I need that to stay at peace with my inner demons ;) So when I finished school and moved from my hometown to the bigger city - Gothenburg - a lot of things happened in my life, especially mentally, and I needed new things to happen. Some of my friends were training kickboxing, and that sounded like something that could give me what I needed and I started training. After a while, I heard people talking about another gym, Gothenburg Muay Thai. People talked about it like it was the hardest training possible, and when people said that they never wanted to go there because it was too hard and that people there were crazy, I thought that this had to be the perfect gym to go to. So I went there and I stayed for years. This was the first time I came in contact with MMA as well. We trained under the same roof as Gothenburg MMA, where Akira Corassani was training at that time. And they were crazy!
What ranks and titles have you held? I won the Swedish and the Nordic championship in Muay Thai for a lot of years. I won the IFMA Muay Thai world championship twice in different weight classes and WMC's pro titles. In 2012, I won the Swedish, Nordic, World and European Championships after each other and that was when I decided that I wanted to put all my energy into MMA instead.
Do you have any heroes? Everybody that risks everything for the things they really want. Everybody that tells people around them, “Watch me!”
What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? Everything. UFC is the biggest thing possible in MMA and the world’s best fighters are in the UFC. I need to do the biggest things possible to make my life complete.
Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I've been in school and to the University for years. But when they told me that I couldn't go to one more world championship and be out of studies that long I gave it up.
What was your job before you started fighting? I've been working with children with autism for many years. They are amazing!
Favorite Striking technique: Elbows. I think blood is really nice and that's what elbows do!