One of the great things about MMA being recognized as an official sport is that it comes with its own set of rules and regulations to keep its participants safe. So be a cool kid and know what you are and aren't getting yourself in to.
Women's Weight Classes
|Atomweight||96 - 105lb||43.6 - 47.7kg|
|Strawweight||106 - 115lb||48.2 - 52.3kg|
|Flyweight||116 - 125lb||52.7 - 56.8kg|
|Bantamweight||126 - 135lb||57.3 - 61.4kg|
|Featherweight||136 - 145lb||61.8 - 65.9kg|
|Heavyweight||No weight limit|
Note: The above weight classes are defined by the Unified Women's MMA Rankings. Since there is no formal international weight class definition, weight classes may vary across countries and promotions.
Rules and regulations can vary based on state, country, and promotion. Be sure to check with the individual commissions to verify which paperwork and medical clearances you need to fight.
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Whether you're looking to stay active between fights or just looking for experience, these competitions are a great way to test your skills. If you're under 18, these competitions can help start preparing you for a future MMA career.