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2012 Women's MMA Press Association

Are you ready to vote? See the 2012 Women's MMA Press Association Nominees below and tell me who you're voting for today by going here!

Fight of the Year

a) Sarah Kaufman vs Alexis Davis – Strikeforce: Rousey vs Tate (Part 1 | Part 2)
b) Ronda Rousey vs Miesha Tate – Strikeforce: Rousey vs Tate (Full Fight)
c) Leslie Smith vs Kaitlin Young – Invicta Fighting Championships 1 (Full Fight)
d) Jessica Penne vs Lisa Ellis – Invicta Fighting Championships 1 (Full Fight)
e) Rosi Sexton vs Aisling Daly – Cage Warriors Fighting Championship 47 (Full Fight)
f) Sara McMann vs Shayna Baszler – Invicta Fighting Championships 2 (Full Fight)
g) Miesha Tate vs Julie Kedzie – Strikeforce: Rousey vs Kaufman (Full Fight)


Female Fighter of the Year

*All nominees in the following five categories are eligible for votes*


Female Featherweight (137-146) of the Year

a) Julia Budd (2-0 in 2012)
b) Marloes Coenen (1-0 in 2012)
c) Ediene Gomes (1-0 in 2012)
d) Germaine de Randamie (1-0 in 2012)


Female Bantamweight (127-136) of the Year

a) Alexis Davis (1-1 in 2012)
b) Sarah Kaufman (1-1 in 2012)
c) Sara McMann (2-0 in 2012)
d) Ronda Rousey (2-0 in 2012)


Female Flyweight (117-126) of the Year

a) Jessica Eye (4-0 in 2012)
b) Munah Holland (3-1 in 2012)
c) Barb Honchak (2-0 in 2012)
d) Michelle Ould (2-0 in 2012)


Female Strawweight (107-116) of the Year

a) Jessica Aguilar (2-0 in 2012)
b) Carla Esparza (2-0 in 2012)
c) Ayaka Hamasaki (3-0 in 2012)
d) Felice Herrig (3-0 in 2012)


Female Atomweight (97-106) of the Year

a) Stephanie Frausto (2-1 in 2012)*
b) Jessica Penne (2-0 in 2012)
c) Naho Sugiyama (1-1 in 2012)
d) Michelle Waterson (2-0 in 2012)

*Note: Loss was at 115 pounds.


Female Newcomer of the Year

a) Joanne Calderwood (4-0 in 2012)
b) Jessamyn Duke (2-0 in 2012)
c) Emily Kagan (2-0 in 2012)
d) Karolina Kowalkiewicz (2-0 in 2012)
e) Eeva Siiskonen (2-0 in 2012)
f) Paige VanZant (2-0 in 2012)

Note: Fighters in this category must have made their pro debuts and had at least two pro wins during the 2012 calendar year in order to be eligible.


Amateur Female Fighter of the Year

a) Cortney Casey (5-1 in 2012)
b) Brittany Dugas (4-0 in 2012)
c) Rebecca Heintzman (6-0 in 2012)
d) Kaiyana Rain (4-0 in 2012)
e) Tecia Torres (5-0 in 2012)

Note: Fighters in this category must have had at least three amateur fights and no more than one pro fight during the 2012 calendar year in order to be eligible.


Knockout of the Year

a) Vanessa Porto def. Luana Teixeira by KO (Punch) at 0:41 of Round 1. (Watch)
b) Sheila Gaff def. Jennifer Maia by KO (Punches) at 0:10 of Round 1. (Watch)
c) Munah Holland def. Marianna Kheyfets by KO (Punch) at 4:45 of Round 2. (Watch)
d) Kaline Medeiros def. Stephanie Eggink by KO (Punch) at 0:07 of Round 1. (Watch)
e) Joanne Calderwood def. Ashley Cummins by KO (Knee To The Body) at 3:13 of Round 1. (Watch)
f) Sheila Bird def. Christina Barry by KO (Punches) at 0:11 of Round 1. (Watch)


Submission of the Year

a) Marta Chojnoska def. Paulina Suska by Sub. (Scarf Hold Armlock) at 0:42 of Round 1. (Watch)
b) Ayaka Hamasaki def. Yuka Tsuji by Sub. (Kimura) at 3:41 of Round 1. (Watch)
c) Sarah D’Alelio def. Vanessa Porto by Sub. (Reverse Triangle Choke) at 3:16 of Round 1. (Watch)
d) Jessica Penne def. Naho Sugiyama by Sub. (Triangle Choke) at 2:20 of Round 2. (Watch)
e) Stephanie Frausto def. Amy Davis by Sub. (Guillotine Choke) at 0:48 of Round 1. (Watch)
f) Jessica Eye def. Zoila Gurgel by Tech. Sub. (Arm-Triangle Choke) at 0:58 of Round 1. (Watch)


Promotion of the Year

a) Bellator Fighting Championships
b) Cage Warriors Fighting Championship
c) Invicta Fighting Championships
d) Jewels
e) North American Allied Fight Series
f) Strikeforce
g) Super Fight League
h) Tuff-N-Uff


Sponsor of the Year

a) Babes of MMA
b) Brawl and Maul Fight Performance Wear
c) Fear The Fighter
d) Fight Chix
e) FighterGirls
f) Loyalty Before Royalty
g) MMA Chick
h) Polanti Watches
i) Tussle Fight Gear
j) VII A.D. Jewelry Art by Sevan Avakian
k) Xtreme Female Fight Gear


Headline of the Year

a) Ronda Rousey Signs With The UFC
b) Shannon Knapp and Janet Martin Form All-Female Invicta Fighting Championships
c) Strikeforce Cancels Events, Rumoured To Fold In Early 2013


Avery Vilche to replace injured Bagherdai at XFC 18

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AveryVilchevsHeatherClarkAccording to XFC, Avery “Psycho” Vilche will replace Sofia Bagherdai in the feature bout of XFC 18: Music City Mayhem on June 22nd. This fight event will be held in Nashville, TN, and can be seen live on HDNet. Bagherdai was forced to put her XFC debute on hold, and “Hurricane” Heather Jo Clark will take on Vilche in a catch weight bout at 120lbs instead.

Vilche, who accepted the fight on short notice, will enter the cage having gone 2-1 in her past three contests. XFC 18 will mark the second fight Vilche has taken in 2012, the first ending with a win over Maria Anderverde in late April. Vilche finished that fight in less than 2 minutes with an impressive Armbar victory.

How does this affect the fight? It means Clark will now face a much more experienced fighter in the Avery “Psycho” Vilche, who brings the experience of 11 pro fights, as well as an 11 year age difference into the bout at XFC 18. In 4 career wins, Vilche has recorded two Armbar victories, a TKO victory over Michelle “Thundercat” Ould, and one decision.

XFC President John Prisco was excited to find such a challenging opponent for Clark on late notice: “Avery Vilche is going to be a test for Heather. She takes the fight on late notice, but now Clark who has been preparing for Bagherdai the whole time may have to change her game plan. Vilche is so tough, she has the ability to take some punches and she really grinds it out with the ground game. She’s proven many times she’s capable of submitting or knocking out her opponent, so Heather is going to have a tough fight with her,” said Prisco of the new match up. “Heather is pretty used to late notice on her opponents. I think she may have had her opponents switched on her last minute in three out of four of her fights so far, so she’s not unfamiliar with the circumstances.”

For more information on the XFC 18: Music City Mayhem card: Visit Official XFC and follow the promotion daily on Facebook and Twitter (@OfficialXFC). Tickets are available now at TicketMaster.

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Aisling Daly vs. Rosi Sexton - Video

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On June 2, 2012, Daly and Sexton battled each other for the Cage Warriors Fighting Championship 47, where this bout was part of a tournament to crown the Cage Warriors 125-pound women's champion...and while there was a clear winner - this fight showed there were two champions fighting in the ring.

If you were unable to stream the fight last night, feast your eyes on this gem of a fight between Aisling Daly (13-3-0) and Rosi Sexton (13-2-0), two fighters who were about as evenly matched as you can get! The ground and pound and technical skills displayed by Sexton were superb, and Daly's BJJ skills were definitely on display. If this battle didn't earn these two fighters Fight of the Night Honors, I just don't know what more a promoter would expect!

In this exciting fight, both competitors show their wide range of skills and intense determination, forcing the fight to go three rounds for a decision win. We won't tell you the outcome - you'll have to watch the fight!

Thanks to Aisling Daly for bringing the video to our attention and making it available, and enjoy.

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