As is tradition, MMA Freak is releasing a list of the best mothers in MMA over the past year. Here are the mom’s 10) Lisa Ellis Lisa Ellis got one fight in this past year following her release from the UFC which was unfortunately a loss in Brazil. 9) Rachel Ostovich Over the past year, Rachel Ostovich fought only once in Invicta but lost to the up and coming Christine Ferea. 8) Cat Zingano
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Due to delays this list is being published today instead of the actual date of Mother’s Day this year. Here it is: 10) Angela Magana 9) Lisa Ellis 8) Sara McMann 7) Rachael Ostovich 6) Valerie Letourneau 5) Peggy Morgan 4) Michelle Waterson 3) Bec Rawlings 2) Charmaine Tweet 1) Alexis Davis Happy Belated Mother’s Day to all mothers both in MMA and outside of MMA.
It’s Mother’s Day and today we celebrate those women who have undergone the task of giving birth to children. To commemorate the occasion, MMA Freak is releasing the top 10 mothers of the past year. The rankings criteria will be the records of the fighters in the past year and head to head competition as well. Now here are the best mothers: 10) Jessica Rakoczy Jessica Rakoczy recently returned from over
The episode opens up with the members of Team Melendez deemed the “Scrapettes” meeting and discussing how to move former Team Melendez member Tecia Torres and Heather Jo Clark into the room with Lisa Ellis. Emily Kagan is chosen as the messenger. In the meantime, both teams go to “The Pond” at the Green Valley Ranch Resort to relax. When the Scrapettes leave, Clark and Ellis bring up the moving rooms question up to Torres who
A rift has appeared within Team Melendez as Heather Jo Clark and Lisa Ellis has began to associate more with Team Pettis in the house and due to injuries sit out during practice sessions. Angela Magana and Emily Kagan bring up the matter with head coach Gilbert Melendez who acknowledges that if everyone was healthy and on the mat things might be different. In the meantime the remaining five members refer to themselves as the “Scrapettes”. This comes from the
The episode opens with Dana White calling Bec Rawlings into his office and informing her that he just got a call from Rawlings’ mother who informed him that Rawlings step father died. Rawlings then sobs over the loss of her step father while calling her mother about the passing. She then walks back into the Team Melendez locker room where her teammates and coaches comfort her and Angela Magana leads a prayer. Later on coaches Gilbert Melendez and Jake
The episode opens up with the Team Pettis coaching staff visiting The Ultimate Fighter house and delivering Miranda Markos food. During the visit, Felice Herrig gives Anthony Pettis’ younger brother Sergio Pettis a friendship bracelet which is intended as the first for all the coaching staff. However, her fellow teammates start teasing her about the fact that she’s “hitting” on a younger guy as there’s a ten year age gap between the two. At training the next day, Jessica