Jasmine Jasudavicius delivers most dominant women’s win in UFC history

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Jasmine Jasudavicius of Niagara Falls, Ontario delivered the most dominant women’s win in Ultimate Fighting Championship history. She accomplished the feat in UFC 297 from the Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario on Saturday. Jasudavicius trounced Priscila Cachoeira of Brazil in an overwhelming performance. The Canadian had 326 strikes, to the Brazilian’s 26 strikes. It was the first time a female ultimate fighter had 300 more strikes than her opponent in a single bout according to Mike Johnston of Rogers Sportsnet.

For Jasudavicius, who fights in the women’s bantamweight division, she came through with a third round win by submission. In the second round, Jasudavicius came through with a knockout punch to the head, that gave the Canadian significant momentum.

Jasudavicius has a career mixed martial arts record of 10 wins and three losses. In ultimate fighting now, she is at four wins and two losses. At the Ultimate Fighting Championship level, Jasudavicius has also beaten Kay Hansen of the United States on January 22, 2022, Gabriella Fernandes of Brazil on February 25, 2023, and Miranda Maverick of the United States on June 10, 2023.

In all there were two Canadians to win a mixed martial arts fight at UFC 297 in Toronto. The other was Gillian Robertson of Niagara Falls, Ontario, who beat Polyana Viana of Brazil in the strawweight division.

 

 

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