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Fighter girls® 1st and original Women MMA

Fighter girls® 1st and original Women MMA

Come see the worlds first women’s MMA website and take a look at the History of women’s MMA from the fighters and the fans from may 2001 to present. Back in 2001 most women fighters and fans were not allowed or accepted to post things about women’s MMA because the male domination of the sport did not like the women fighting on the male cards. You will read the struggles of the fighters and fans trying to get a fight on the male cards.

Fighter girls® 1st and original Women MMA
Fighter girls® 1st and original Women MMA

Fighter girls® 1st and original Women MMA

The old forum on the Fightergirls website is loaded with every female fighter from the past to present all working and struggling for women rights to be able to fight on the same MMA card as the men. The history at the worlds first MMA website for women has a lot of history helping these great women fighters now fight on the UFC card and with respect.  So many great female fighters from the past and maybe you never knew about them but the history of women’s MMA started at the worlds first women’s MMA website Fightergirls.com

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Carina Moreno Defends WBC Title

Carina MorenoCarina “La Reina” Moreno (16-1, 5 KOs) defeats Suzannah Warner (7-6) retaining her WBC Strawweight title while extending her winning streak to eight in a row.  The fight started of fast for the defending champion as she came out with an all out attack, applying pressure as Warner stood her ground.  Fighting tough, Suzannah made it rough for Moreno, but the constant pressure took its toll on the New York native as she wore her down toward the later rounds.  Two judges scored it 100-90 while the other had it 99-91 all for Moreno.  Next on the list for Moreno will be Chantel Cordova (7-0 3KOs) February 23, 2008 at the Tachi Palace.