We chose them based on their performance during their era, as not all female fighters were consistent.
10. Jéssica Andrade
Andrade is a former UFC women's strawweight champion who is currently ranked number three in the UFC women's strawweight rankings and first in the UFC women's flyweight rankings. Despite her youth, she has already established a solid 21-8-0 record.
Andrade has also set some records that could propel her to the top of the list in the future. Andrade has claimed the title of UFC female fighter with the most fights in the organization's history, having competed in 17 fights in total.
9. Rose Namajunas
Rose joined the UFC in 2013 to compete in the women's strawweight division, where she won the title twice. In the UFC, she is regarded as a handyman. She also gained popularity after defeating Joanna Jedzrejczyk twice. Her current record is 10-4-0, which, according to Rose, falls short of her expectations.
Rose, on the other hand, is ranked first in the UFC women's strawweight division. Her one-of-a-kind fighting style has always put her ahead of the pack. She usually moves forward and applies pressure to opponents with high kicks and strikes. She also includes advanced technical footwork as well as a variety of angels.
8. Holly Holm
Holm's best fight came against Ronda at UFC 193, where she won the bantamweight title. She is currently ranked second in the UFC women's bantamweight rankings. Holm, on the other hand, has signed with the UFC for five fights but has only fought 19 times, with a record of 14-5-0.
Holm competed in the Women's Featherweight Championship later that year, but she was defeated. Holm has since signed a new contract with the UFC and is still competing.
Holm, on the other hand, has had a successful boxing career. As a result, she has adopted boxing styles and employs excellent punching combinations as well as counter strikes.
7. Miesha Tate
Tate is a former UFC women's bantamweight champion known for her incredible grappling skills. Her first UFC fight was against Ronda, which she lost although it lasted three rounds.
Tate finished her UFC career with a record of 18-7-0 (we also considered strikeforce records). Tate, on the other hand, won the UFC Bantamweight Championship by technical submission over Holly Holm. Tate had a strong ground game, which included wrestling and jiu-jitsu, as well as submission defense. It was dubbed "Takedown" by all of these styles.
6. Cláudia Gadelha
This Brazilian beauty debuted in the UFC in 2013 and competes in the women's strawweight division, but her first fight was against Tina Lähdemäki in 2014. Her first UFC fight ended in a unanimous decision for her.
She has come close to winning 11 fights and has won 7. Although she hasn't fought in any significant fights, she is ranked fifth in the UFC women's strawweight division. Her fighting style combines Jiu-Brazilian Jitsu and Muay Thai techniques.
5. Joanna Jedrzejczyk
Joanna, the Polish queen of violence, signed a UFC contract in 2014 and won her first fight against Juliana Lima. She then competed in the women's straw and flyweight divisions. She was, however, the UFC Women's Strawweight Champion and is currently ranked second in the division.
Joanna has won 16 of her 20 fights since her debut. She is a master of various fighting styles, including high front kicks with knees, punches, elbows, and legs. Joanna had, according to experts, fought the biggest UFC women's fight of all time in UFC 248. Joanna was sent to the hospital despite winning the fight against Zhang Weili because the fight was so brutal.
4. Valentina Shevchenko
This Russian beauty has a 19-3-0 record since joining the UFC in 2015. She competed in the flyweight division and is the current champion. She's also regarded as one of the best female UFC fighters in recent memory.
Shevchenko is an expert in ground fighting, Muay Thai, and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, and her combination of skills has made her one of the best UFC fighters.
3. Cris Cyborg
After Amanda Nunes, Cyborg is the most muscular and powerful female fighter in the UFC. She is a Brazilian mixed martial artist who debuted at UFC 198 in 2016. She has competed in six UFC fights since then, winning five of them. However, she was defeated by Amanda Nunes in UFC 232. She is a traditional Muay Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu fighter.
Her contract with UFC expired recently, and she will not fight in another UFC bout unless UFC signs a new contract with her.
2. Ronda Rousey
After winning Olympic bronze in the 2008 Summer Olympics, Ronda pursued an MMA career. The Ronda vs Liz Carmouche fight in 2013 gave the UFC its first women's championship.
She was crowned UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion after winning the fight. Rousey has fought 14 times since then, winning 12 of them. She successfully defended her title six times in a row. It's the most title defense by a female fighter in the UFC. However, she was defeated by Holm for the title of champion.
Ronda Rousey was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame in 2018 for her contributions to the organization, making her the first female fighter to do so. Judo throws, brawling, and sprawl have all influenced Ronda's fighting style. She also uses right overhand, powerful left hook, knee throwing, and armbars among other techniques. In recent years, Ronda has worked as a part-time actor.
1. Amanda Nunes
Nunes is widely considered to be the best UFC fighter of all time. She became the first woman in UFC history to win a two-division championship. Nunes joins Conor McGregor and Daniel Cormier as the third fighter to hold titles in two weight classes at the same time. She is also the