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Sara McMann looks to become the first fighter to defeat UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey when they collide in Saturday’s UFC 170 headliner. Watch the Olympian’s promotional debut.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos Tagged: Sara McMann, (...) read news >>
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Former U.S. Olympian Sara McMann is getting ready to step into the Octagon at UFC 170 to challenge Ronda Rousey. But first, take a look back at her Octagon debut against Sheila Gaff at UFC 159. read news >>
RIO DE JANEIRO – Amanda Nunes apparently had little interest in finding out what it would feel like to see Round 2 in her UFC debut. Against Sheila Gaff, the Brazilian bantamweight started fast and ended fast. read news >>
UFC 163 Play-by-Play: Amanda Nunes vs. Sheila Gaff read news >>
A bantamweight bout – and the first female fight in UFC-Brazil history – between promotional newcomer Amanda Nunes and Sheila Gaff is the latest addition to August's UFC 163 event in Brazil. read news >>
2004 Olympic Silver Medalist Sara McMann didn't experience UFC jitters in her promotional debut against Sheila Gaff at UFC 159. read news >>
NEWARK, N.J. – Sheila Gaff came out for the first round of her bout with Sara McMann as if she had never heard that McMann had a bit of wrestling experience under her belt. read news >>
Sara McMann's initial reaction to her first UFC opponent, Sheila Gaff, wasn't delight, but pause. read news >>
The UFC women’s 135-pound division is starting to fall into place with several fighters lining up bouts. The latest is former U.S. Olympian Sara McMann, who will face newly signed German fighter Sheila Gaff. read news >>
German prospect Sheila Gaff has signed a four-fight contract with the UFC and is expected to debut in the Octagon opposite Sara McMann at UFC 159. read news >>
The fallout from Sheila Gaff pulling out of their fight may extend for more than one bout for Rosi Sexton.
Gaff and Sexton were scheduled to meet for the vacant flyweight title at next week's Cage Warriors 49 card. On Friday, though, it was announced Gaff is off the card, citing an illness.
In response, Sexton, on her official Twitter account, said she may be done with the sport - saying women's MMA has an issue with competitors' drug use.
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