Women’s Atomweight

Women’s Atomweight (110.9 lbs and under) fighter ranks

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Issue Date: 1/29/2023 (Official Release: #851)
Rating Formula:
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Rank ↑ ↓ Fighter  (Age) Record Points
1  
JP Seika Izawa  (25) 9-0-0
112
Last Fight: 12/31/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [#2 W105] Si Woo Park
 
2  
KR Si Woo Park  (31) 9-5-0
74
Last Fight: 12/31/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [#1 W105] Seika Izawa
 
3  
US Jillian DeCoursey  (38) 6-3-0
58
Last Fight: 9/28/2022 [Invicta FC] vs  [#5 W105] Jessica Correa Delboni
 
4  
JP Ayaka Hamasaki  (40) 24-6-0
53
Last Fight: 9/25/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [#2 W105] Si Woo Park
 
5  
BR Jessica Correa Delboni  (29) 12-4-0
47
Last Fight: 9/28/2022 [Invicta FC] vs  [#3 W105] Jillian DeCoursey
 
6  
JP Saori Oshima  (28) 10-3-0
45
Last Fight: 11/12/2022 [DEEP] vs  [NR] Mizuki Furuse
 
7  
JP Kanna Asakura  (25) 19-7-0
42
Last Fight: 7/31/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [#2 W105] Si Woo Park
 
8  
JP Satomi Takano  (32) 18-13-0
41
Last Fight: 11/06/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [#14 W105] Maria Laura Alves Fontoura
 
9  
JP Miki Motono  (28) 8-3-0
39
Last Fight: 11/23/2022 [DEEP] vs  [#19 W105] Moeri Suda
 
10  
MX Ana Palacios  (24) 7-1-1
35
Last Fight: 7/15/2022 [Combate Global] vs  [NR] Bo Hyun Park
 
11  
JP Rena Kubota  (31) 13-4-0
32
Last Fight: 7/31/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [NR] Anastasiya Svetkivska
 
12  
BR Rayanne Amanda dos Santos  (27) 13-6-0
30
Last Fight: 1/18/2023 [Invicta FC] vs  [NR] Katie Saull
 
13  
KR Jeong Eun Park  (26) 8-7-1
29
Last Fight: 7/23/2022 [Road Fighting Championship] vs  [NR] Yoon Ha Hong
 
14  
BR Maria Laura Alves Fontoura  (22) 7-2-0
27
Last Fight: 11/06/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [#8 W105] Satomi Takano
 
15  
US Jessica Aguilar  (40) 20-10-0
27
Last Fight: 7/31/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [#4 W105] Ayaka Hamasaki
 
16  
MX Daniela Hernandez   4-0-0
26
Last Fight: 11/04/2022 [Combate Global] vs  [NR] Andrea Meneses
 
17  
CA Anastasia Nikolakakos   4-0-0
25
Last Fight: 8/27/2022 [Pallas Athena Womens Fighting Championship] vs  [#25 W105] Elisandra Ferreira de Oliveira
 
18  
TW Jenny Huang  (32) 6-5-0
25
Last Fight: 12/25/2022 [Pancrase] vs  [NR] Sayako Fujita
 
19  
JP Moeri Suda  (18) 7-4-0
25
Last Fight: 11/23/2022 [DEEP] vs  [#9 W105] Miki Motono
 
20  
BR Silvania Monteiro  (36) 11-4-0
24
Last Fight: 9/17/2022 [Floripa Fight] vs  [NR] Keila Menezes
 
21  
JP Miyuu Yamamoto  (48) 6-7-0
24
Last Fight: 7/02/2022 [Rizin Fighting Federation] vs  [#6 W105] Saori Oshima
 
22  
JP Aya Murakami  (30) 5-1-0
24
Last Fight: 12/11/2022 [DEEP] vs  [NR] Mizuki Oshiro
 
23  
JP Ayaka Watanabe  (25) 2-1-0
23
Last Fight: 1/15/2023 [Shooto] vs  [NR] Mina Kurobe
 
24  
US Lindsey VanZandt  (29) 7-6-0
21
Last Fight: 5/11/2022 [Invicta FC] vs  [#3 W105] Jillian DeCoursey
 
25  
BR Elisandra Ferreira de Oliveira  (24) 5-2-0
20
Last Fight: 1/18/2023 [Invicta FC] vs  [NR] Marisa Messer-Belenchia
 

Issue Date: 1/29/2023 (Official Release: #851)

Previous Official Release: 1/22/2023

Fighters who have dropped out: None

Drop out symbols: * = Inactive (450d), + = Moved Divisions (Up), - = Moved Divisions (Down), % = Forced, ! = Results/Other

14 Comments

  1. Juchi August 19, 2018 at 8:26 pm Reply

    Why are only the top 15 listed at atomweight while most of the other divisions have far more? There are plenty of atomweights not mentioned.

    • Chromium August 19, 2018 at 8:41 pm Reply

      If anyone reading has the same question, it’s because of the point system FightMatrix uses for fighters. A 0-0 fighter has I believe 10 points, and when you win, how much your point total moves up (if at all) depends on several factors including the point total of the person you just beat, or down if you lose. It can also go up even if you lose by split decision if you lose to someone ranked far higher than you, and the inverse is also true.

      So global divisional depth is roughly reflected on FightMatrix by how many fighters get above a certain point total. Right now the approximate criteria for expanding how many fighters get ranked is how many fighters have at least 25 points. As such, Atomweight is right where it should be, at 15 fighters (Women’s Featherweight also has only 15 fighters listed). Not all divisions fall in line with this, but FightMatrix never reduces the amount fighters ranked if a division contracts in size globally (like HW or LHW).

      I would guess that AW will expand sometime in the next year though, as it gets slowly deeper.

  2. David Street August 19, 2018 at 8:26 pm Reply

    Janaisa Morandin 7-0 is often listed as atom weight but I think she wants straw what else would an evil princess want.

    Though would like this list extended..
    Jihn Yu Frey, Jujeath Nagaowa, Kirstie Gannaway
    Lena Tkhorevska…

    Many are afraid if atomweight star Michelle Waterson goes to the UFC atom weight will fade. But I can see that all these girls are just getting started maybe some stars only 2-0 but this will grow.

  3. Unknown August 19, 2018 at 8:26 pm Reply

    Stephanie Skinner is currently 4-5 with 2 recent big wins under her belt

  4. jason August 19, 2018 at 8:26 pm Reply

    The Current #15 is undefeated?? Amateur results mean zero.

  5. Juchi December 28, 2017 at 4:55 am Reply

    Why are only the top 15 listed at atomweight while most of the other divisions have far more? There are plenty of atomweights not mentioned.

    • Chromium May 24, 2018 at 9:22 pm Reply

      If anyone reading has the same question, it’s because of the point system FightMatrix uses for fighters. A 0-0 fighter has I believe 10 points, and when you win, how much your point total moves up (if at all) depends on several factors including the point total of the person you just beat, or down if you lose. It can also go up even if you lose by split decision if you lose to someone ranked far higher than you, and the inverse is also true.

      So global divisional depth is roughly reflected on FightMatrix by how many fighters get above a certain point total. Right now the approximate criteria for expanding how many fighters get ranked is how many fighters have at least 25 points. As such, Atomweight is right where it should be, at 15 fighters (Women’s Featherweight also has only 15 fighters listed). Not all divisions fall in line with this, but FightMatrix never reduces the amount fighters ranked if a division contracts in size globally (like HW or LHW).

      I would guess that AW will expand sometime in the next year though, as it gets slowly deeper.

  6. David Street March 14, 2015 at 7:52 pm Reply

    Janaisa Morandin 7-0 is often listed as atom weight but I think she wants straw what else would an evil princess want.

    Though would like this list extended..
    Jihn Yu Frey, Jujeath Nagaowa, Kirstie Gannaway
    Lena Tkhorevska…

    Many are afraid if atomweight star Michelle Waterson goes to the UFC atom weight will fade. But I can see that all these girls are just getting started maybe some stars only 2-0 but this will grow.

  7. Unknown December 15, 2014 at 1:28 pm Reply

    Stephanie Skinner is currently 4-5 with 2 recent big wins under her belt

  8. Chromium September 13, 2014 at 12:37 pm Reply

    Hi, I’d like to request that Celine Haga’s nationality be changed to Norwegian. She’s a Norwegian national with a Korean mother, who currently resides in New Mexico. Her only connection to Japan was that she had most of her matches there and I _think_ she probably lived there for a while.

  9. Chromium August 19, 2018 at 8:26 pm Reply

    Hi, I’d like to request that Celine Haga’s nationality be changed to Norwegian. She’s a Norwegian national with a Korean mother, who currently resides in New Mexico. Her only connection to Japan was that she had most of her matches there and I _think_ she probably lived there for a while.

  10. jason June 26, 2014 at 8:09 am Reply

    The Current #15 is undefeated?? Amateur results mean zero.

  11. Jeff June 26, 2014 at 12:15 am Reply

    Catherine Costigan is 4-0 with a win over the current #15 ranked, but she’s not ranked?

  12. Jeff August 19, 2018 at 8:26 pm Reply

    Catherine Costigan is 4-0 with a win over the current #15 ranked, but she’s not ranked?

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