Women's Mixed Martial Arts Online Gambling Action

Published Friday, April 11, 2014 - Online-Casinos.com
Women's Mixed Martial Arts Online Gambling Action

The new sport that has come to television in a big way and has hit the bookies online and off is the Mixed Marshall Arts phenomena where anything goes in cage. These men and now women are some of the toughest cookies anywhere in professional sports. Just one view of the pummeling these fighters take is enough to make one want to cheer for one of them.

Gambling on the Mixed Marshall Arts is a study in techniques. The introduction of women's MMA is growing in popularity. Women are getting more and more opportunities in mixed martial arts, as well as becoming more prevalent on the big stage. The UFC, Invicta and World Series of Fighting are just three of the major organizations that host female fighters. When you consider Deep Jewels, MMA Super Heroes and several others who let the ladies compete, you have a bunch of proving grounds for these up-and-coming athletes. There many different weight divisions in the Women’s MMA forum with many contestants fighting for the top spot. One useful web location for those wagering on the MMA women is the Unified Women’s Mixed Martial Arts Rankings site.

The Unified Women’s Mixed Martial Arts Rankings are assembled each month by a panel of journalists from multiple MMA websites and publications. These rankings are acknowledged by most promotions as the only official women’s mixed martial arts rankings assembled by division and weight class.

The weight classes are Featherweights (136.1-146.0 pounds), with contenders, Kate Da Silva, Charmaine Tweet, Gabrielle Holloway, Alexandra Buch, and Marion Reneau. Bantamweights (126.1-136.0 pounds) with contenders, Jéssica Andrade, Sarah D’Alelio, Amanda Nunes, Holly Holm, and Larissa Moreire Pacheco. Flyweights (116.1-126.0 pounds), with contenders: Zoila Frausto Gurgel, Alexa Grasso, Pearl Gonzalez, Tina Lähdemäki, and Aline Sério. Strawweights (106.1-116.0 pounds), with Kalindra Faria, Bec Rawlings, Stephanie Eggink, Emi Fujino, and Camila Lima as contenders. Atomweights (96.1-106.0 pounds) that has contenders Diana Rael, Amy Davis, Jinh Yu Frey, Tessa Simpson, and Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc fighting for the division championship.








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