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Women's Flyweight Division

Actif

"Iron Lady"

Maryna Moroz

Women's Flyweight Division

11-6-0 (W-L-D)

1

Victorias por nocaut

6

Gana por Sumisión

5

Primeros acabados redondos

Maryna Moroz

Récord del Atleta

Info

Learn more about Maryna Moroz's UFC history, fighter facts, and Q&A below.

Status
Actif
Ciudad natal
Volnogorsk, Ukraine
Trenes en
Floid Dnepropetrovsk
Estilo de lucha
Boxing
Años
32
Alto
67.00
Peso
135.00
Debut del octágono
Apr. 11, 2015
Alcance
67.00
Alcance de la pierna
37.00
  • Pro since 2013

     
  • Six wins by submission (5 armbar, arm triangle), one by KO – has finished all but four of her wins

     
  • Has won five of her last ten and three of her last six

     
  • Five first round finishes

     
  • Faced Silva in November 2014 (Wsub1)

     
  • Origin of nickname: “Was given to me by Chinese fans.”

UFC 299 (3/9/24) Moroz lost a three round split decision to Joanne Wood 

UFC 292 (8/19/23) Moroz was submitted by Karine Silva via guillotine choke at 4:59 of the first round

UFC Fight Night (11/19/22) Moroz lost a three round unanimous decision to Jennifer Maia 

UFC 272 (3/5/22) Moroz submitted Mariya Agapova via arm triangle choke at 3:27 of the second round

UFC Fight Night (3/14/20) Moroz won a three round unanimous decision over Mayra Bueno Silva

UFC on ESPN (3/30/19) Moroz won a three round unanimous decision over Sabina Mazo

UFC on FOX (2/24/18) Moroz lost a three round unanimous decision to Angela Hill

UFC Fight Night (6/25/17) Moroz lost a three round unanimous decision to Carla Esparza

UFC Fight Night (8/6/16) Moroz won a three round split decision over Danielle Taylor

UFC Fight Night (4/10/16) Moroz won a three round unanimous decision over Cristina Stanciu

UFC Fight Night (8/23/15) Moroz lost a three round unanimous decision to Valerie Letourneau

UFC Fight Night (4/11/15) Moroz submitted Joanne Calderwood via armbar at 1:30 of the first round

TRAINING: My typical day of training at VFS academy: Wake up, eat breakfast, go train for two hours, go home, shower and change my clothes, then eat and rest for a bit. Around 2pm, back to the gym for another two-hour session covering all aspects of my game, grinding and learning new things every day, then back home. After some food and rest, do some more strength and conditioning, then rest time until next day, when I’ll do this all over again. 



When and why did you start training for fighting? I was involved in martial arts from childhood. Boxing and Unifighting



What ranks and titles have you held? All titles are yet to be won



Do you have any heroes? My husband. But from fighters, I love watching Conor McGregor and Gina Carano



What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It means everything, just like it does for each athlete in this organization.



Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? Sports Science degree. I am a qualified and experienced boxing coach for the Olympic reserve team.



What was your job before you started fighting? Went straight to MMA after finishing with my education.



If any list specific accomplishments in amateur competition? Master of Sport in Boxing, Master of Sport in Kickboxing, member of Ukrainian National Boxing Team.



Favorite grappling technique: Armlock



Favorite striking technique: Uppercuts