Molly McCann was defeated by Erin Blanchfield recently. McCann left the octagon for a while to “live life for a minute” following her loss.
Molly McCann, who has lost two straight fights at women’s strawweight, hinted on social media that she planned to make a comeback, according to UFC rumors.
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Molly McCann remains a formidable opponent in the women’s strawweight division. The division has shown that they are amenable to shifting positions, so if she wins, she might be rated once more and able to advance swiftly, putting a title shot in the conversation by the end of 2024.
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Molly McCann’s UFC record stands at 13 victories, 6 defeats, and 0 draws.
The world’s top mixed martial arts (MMA) competition is held by the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), where the top competitors compete in a variety of weight classes.
In the present format, there are four weight divisions for female competitors and eight divisions for male fighters in the UFC. Every division has a UFC champion, and once they take the belt, they have to compete to keep it. Women compete exclusively in the Strawweight class; more recently, they have also entered the Bantamweight, Flyweight, and Featherweight divisions. Men compete in all eight other divisions instead of the strawweight class.
As per a post shared on X by MMA Mania, Molley McCann is set to make her return with her first fight in the strawweight division, the fight has been booked.
Former Cage Warriors athlete and current UFC fighter Molly McCann was defeated by Erin Blanchfield recently. McCann left the octagon for a while to “live life for a minute” following her loss. Though she was sure she was becoming better at the gym and believed her training was sound, she had lost sight of who she was in recent years. Following the loss, McCann experienced dejection and even thought about giving up on sports.