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Women's Flyweight Division

Montana De La Rosa

Women's Flyweight Division

12-9-1 (W-L-D)

1

Victorias por nocaut

8

Gana por Sumisión

2

Primeros acabados redondos

Montana De La Rosa

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Info

Learn more about Montana De La Rosa's UFC history, fighter facts, and Q&A below.

Ciudad natal
Helena, Estados Unidos
Trenes en
Team Elevation
Estilo de lucha
Freestyle
Años
28
Alto
67.00
Peso
125.50
Debut del octágono
Dec. 1, 2017
Alcance
68.00
Alcance de la pierna
37.00
  • Team Gaethje on TUF 26
     
  • Pro since 2014
     
  • Eight wins by submission (5 armbar, 3 RNC), one by KO
     
  • Two first round finishes
     
  • Has won six of her last 12 (6-5-1)
     
  • Has faced Cynthia Calvillo and Mackenzie Dern

UFC Fight Night (10/7/23) De La Rosa lost a three round unanimous decision to JJ Aldrich 

UFC Fight Night (2/25/23) De La Rosa was submitted by Tatiana Suarez via guillotine choke at 2:51 of the second round 

UFC Fight Night (4/23/22) De La Rosa lost a three round unanimous decision to Maycee Barber

UFC Fight Night (6/5/21) De La Rosa stopped Ariane Lipski via strikes at 4:27 of the second round

UFC Fight Night (2/27/21) De La Rosa fought to a three-round draw with Mayra Bueno Silva

UFC Fight Night (9/5/20) De La Rosa lost a three round unanimous decision to Viviane Araujo

UFC Fight Night (2/15/20) De La Rosa won a three round unanimous decision over Mara Romero Borella

UFC Fight Night (6/22/19) De La Rosa lost a three round unanimous decision to Andrea Lee

UFC 234 (2/10/19) De La Rosa submitted Nadia Kassem via armbar at 2:37 of the second round

TUF 27 Finale (7/6/18) De La Rosa submitted Rachael Ostovich via rear naked choke at 4:21 of the third round

TUF 26 Finale (12/1/17) De La Rosa submitted Christina Marks via armbar at 2:00 of the first round

The Ultimate Fighter, Season 26

On episode 10 (quarterfinals), De La Rosa lost a two-round unanimous decision to Nicco Montano         

On episode three, De La Rosa submitted Ariel Beck via rear naked choke at 2:52 of the first round

When and why did you start training for fighting? I started at age 19 at a local jiu-jitsu gym after two years of training wrestling in high school. I wanted to continue doing something competitive, and a year later I started striking and blending it together.

What ranks and titles have you held? Brown belt in jiu-jitsu, Team wrestling State Champs, three-time All-American in wrestling. XFN 125-lb champ.

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? I've been given a great opportunity and all my sacrifices and hard work are paying off. It means I can make a better life for my daughter.

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I'm in the process of getting a kinesiology degree but I've taken a few semesters off since The Ultimate Fighter and now being in the UFC. I don't take this opportunity lightly and I want to give the UFC 100% of my focus at this time.

What was your job before you started fighting? I started fighting basically straight out of high school. I was a full-time mom and college student while training.

Favorite grappling technique: D’Arce choke

Favorite Striking technique: High Ja