Women’s mixed martial arts Kim Ji-yeon (34) finished her career in the world’s largest team UFC with 7 years and 10 fights.
The American media ‘MMA Fighting’ reported on the 17th (Korean time) that “Kim Ji-yeon has confirmed that she is no longer on the UFC list.”
On the 14th at UFC on ABC 4, Kim Ji-yeon faced 메이저놀이터 Mandy Böhm (34, Germany) in a flyweight class (-57kg), but she suffered a 1-2 decision defeat. Her term extension fell through as she played her final fight under her UFC contract.
3 wins and 7 losses since 2017. The 10 matches are the most appearances in the Korean UFC women’s division. Including men, ▲ Kim Dong-hyun (17 games) ▲ Jeong Chan-seong ▲ Kang Kyung-ho (11 games) are the next most.
Kim Ji-yeon adapted smoothly by recording 3 wins and 2 losses until October 2019. The official UFC flyweight ranking, which entered at #15 in December 2019, rose to #13 from February to June 2020.
Former flyweight 13th place Fabian Melinda (36, Hungary) and 14th place Justin Kish (35, Russia) beat, so it was a natural status. However, after August 2020, she ended her UFC contract with five straight wins.
UFC career ended with a win rate of 30%, ▲ 2010 Oriental Pacific Boxing Federation (OPBF) -59kg title match ▲ 2014-2015 Road FC 2 wins, 1 draw ▲ 2015 DEEP JEWELS (Japan) bantamweight (-61kg) It is one of the best ever in Korean women’s mixed martial arts, including champion.
Korean fighter with more than 10 UFC fightsKim Dong-hyun 18 matches 13 wins 4 losses 1 null
Chansung Jeong 11 matches 7 wins 4 losses
Kang Gyeong-ho 11 matches 7 wins 3 losses 1 null
Kim Ji-yeon 10 matches 3 wins 7 losses