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Let’s take a deeper look into this still developing division. Remember, you can bet on your favorite fighters with the UFC odds at BookMaker.eu.
Rose Namajunas is a young, dynamic champion who twice upset Joanna Jedrzejczyk to prove that the belt deserved to be around her waist. Now comes the tough part: defending it against the best women’s division in the UFC. Brazilian monsters like Claudia Gadelha and Jessica Andrade are all itching for a shot at Thug Rose, and there are a lot of fans out there who think Namajunas would have a ton of trouble with both. But Namajunas seems to grow her game by leaps and bounds every time she steps into the octagon, and it’s been a privilege to evolve right before our eyes.
Weight Limit: 115 pounds
Tatiana Suarez just beasted through prospect Alexa Grasso last month, needing less than one round to put the Mexican striker through the ringer and submit her. The TUF winner is already a scary good pure wrestler - a former Olympic hopeful. She’s gonna be a nightmare, and Suarez will likely face a top 10 fighter next.
Former champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk will fight in her first non-title bout in years, meeting fellow contender Tecia Torres. JJ was dominating everybody not named Rose as a strawweight, and it’ll be interesting to see if that continues at UFC Fight Night on July 28.
June Champion: Rose Namajunas
1. Joanna Jedrzejczyk
2. Jessica Andrade
3. Claudia Gadelha
4. Karolina Kowalkiewicz
5. Tecia Torres
6. Carla Esparza
7. Michelle Waterson
8. Felice Herrig
9. Tatiana Suarez
10. Cortney Casey
11. Alexa Grasso
12. Randa Markos
13. Nina Ansaroff
14. Jojo Calderwood
15. Angela Hill
The biggest threat to this division would be the creation of a flyweight division. There would be an inevitable talent exodus as fighters would look to avoid weight cuts - even J-Check expressed interest in fighting for a flyweight title. But strawweight is a class that is here to stay - it’s an accessible weight class that will only grow in time.
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