Ariane Lipski is one of the newcomers on the UFC roster, but the women’s flyweight competitor is sure to take the mixed martial arts world by storm. Lipski, who makes her UFC debut when the Ultimate Fighting Championship debuts on ESPN at UFC on ESPN+1, holds a professional record of 11-3.
Before joining the UFC, the Brazilian who goes by the nickname “Violence Queen” has competed in NCF, Gladiator Combat Fight, KSW, SHC, and Curitiba Top Fight, among others.
Lipski enters the UFC on a nine-fight winning streak and has not lost since 2015.
While she does not have many marquee wins, “Violence Queen” does hold a victory over Sheila “The German Tank” Gaff, who fought twice inside of the UFC Octagon.
The 24-year-old makes her debut against Joanne Calderwood.
For more photos of Ariane, check out the gallery below and be sure to head on over to Instagram where she has a growing following of more than 45,000 followers who are waiting to see her next move.
To celebrate the launch of a new deal, the UFC is bringing out a thrilling main event to the Big Apple with UFC flyweight champion and former Olympic gold medalist Henry Cejudo putting his 125-pound title on the line against current bantamweight champion TJ Dillashaw. Dillashaw will be attempting to become the latest two-division champion in the UFC joining the likes of Daniel Cormier and Conor McGregor.