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"Bullet"
Valentina Shevchenko
Women's Flyweight Champion • 19-3-0 (W-L-D)

Estadísticas y récords

  • 5
    Fight Win Streak
  • 6
    Wins by Knockout
  • 7
    Wins by Submission
Efectividad de golpeo 51% 51%

Efectividad de golpeo

Golpes Significativos Conectados
506
Golpes Significativos Intentados
1002
Efectividad en Grappling 55% 55%

Efectividad en Grappling

Derribos conseguidos
12
Derribos intentados
42
3.06
Golpes Sig. Conectados
Por Minuto
2.12
Golpes Sig. Recibidos
Por Minuto
2.09
Promedio de Knockdown
Por 15 Min
0.36
Promedio de Sumisión
Por 15 Min
63
%
Defensa de Golpes Sig.
78
%
Defensa De Derribo
0.09
Proporción de Derribos por Golpe
16:32
Promedio de Tiempo de Pelea

Golpes Sig. por Posición

De pie
319 (63%)
Clinch
51 (10%)
Suelo
136 (27%)

Sig. Str. by target

60% 305 Cabeza 13% 65 Cuerpo 27% 136 Pierna

Victoria por

KO/TKO
6 (32%)
DEC
6 (32%)
SUB
7 (37%)

Resultados del evento

Biografía

Status
Activo
Ciudad natal
Bishkek, Kirguistán
Trenes en
Tiger Muay Thai - Phuket, Thailand
Estilo de lucha
Muay Thai
Años
32
Alto
65.00
Peso
125.00
Debut del octágono
Dec. 19, 2015
Alcance
67.00
Alcance de la pierna
38.00
Q & A

TRAINING: My days leading up to this fight start early in the morning.  Each day increases in intensity as we are now growing closer to the fight.  During the preparation, we are working on striking and grappling every day.  In the afternoon, I do additional conditioning outdoors.  Some days I do grueling conditioning in nature outside of the gym.

When and why did you start training for fighting? I started training Taekwondo when I was five years old because it’s a family tradition. My mother is the sportswoman of the family - she is a 3rd dan black belt in taekwondo. I have been training multiple disciplines since the early beginnings of my journey as a martial artist. My coach Pavel Fedotov has taught all his students mixed martial arts (what he called Universal Martial Arts) long before they were popular like today. Every time we trained, we practiced sambo, judo, wrestling, boxing, and taekwondo. Every week we competed in different styles and sometimes at two different events with different styles on the same day. I have been training mixed martial arts (MMA) since the beginning, and I started competing in MMA professionally in 2003.

What ranks and titles have you held? World Championship Titles (17-Time World Muay Thai and K1 Champion). Master of Sport International Class in Muay Thai, Master of Sport in Boxing (Russian Amateur National Champion), Kickboxing, Taekwondo and Judo

Do you have any heroes? My heroes are my family, my friends, and my supporters.

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It means having the opportunity to compete against the best fighters in the world.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? University of Arts Kyrgystan, Undergraduate Degree in Film Directing

What was your job before you started fighting? I have been a fighter in combat sports since the age of 12.

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? IFMA (International Muay Thai Federation) Champion - 9 Times

Specific accomplishments in pro competition? Record in Muay Thai / K-1 56-2. Combined professional record of 69-3, 2015 IFMA / Sportswoman of the Year, 2014 International World Games Association / Athlete of the Month (June), 2008 IFMA / Best Female Fighter (57kg)

Ranks in any martial arts styles? Second Dan black belt in taekwondo

Favorite grappling technique: Chokes

Favorite Striking technique: Spinning Back Kick

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Valentina Shevchenko of Kyrgyzstan prepares to enter the Octagon prior to her women's flyweight championship bout against Jennifer Maia of Brazil during the UFC 255 event at UFC APEX on November 21, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)
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Valentina Shevchenko of Kyrgyzstan kicks Katlyn Chookagian in their women's flyweight championship bout during the UFC 247 event at Toyota Center on February 08, 2020 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Josh Hedges/Zuffa LLC via Getty Images)