STRIKING ACCURACYSignificant Strikes Attempted: 721
Significant Strikes Landed: 377
TAKEDOWN ACCURACYTakedowns Attempted: 21
Takedowns Landed: 4
Jessica-Rose Clark (born November 24, 1986) is an Australian mixed martial artist who competes in the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s flyweight division. She currently holds a professional record of 12 wins and five losses.
A native of Australia, Clark began her martial arts career with traditional Thai kickboxing at the age of 15. After achieving success in that sport, she decided to pursue a career in MMA and made her amateur debut in 2007. She went on to compete for promotions such as Cage Force before eventually making her professional debut with Pacific Xtreme Combat (PXC) in 2012. While competing for PXC, Clark accumulated an impressive 8-1 record before being signed by Invicta FC in July 2014.
During her time with Invicta Fighting Championships, Clark earned four victories and one draw while remaining unbeaten against some of the top female fighters from around the world including Kaitlin Young, Pam Sorenson and Tessa Simpson among others. As a result of this impressive run she was signed by UFC in December 2017 becoming only the second Australian female fighter to ever compete for them after Roxanne Modafferi did it back in 2013 at UFC Fight Night 33: Hunt vs Bigfoot 2 event held at Brisbane Entertainment Centre .
Since joining UFC Jessica Rose-Clark has gone 3-2 overall winning three out of five bouts so far against Sarah Frota , Bec Rawlings , Paige VanZant . Her most recent loss came earlier this year on May 8th 2021 when she faced off against part time model Andrea Lee at UFC Fight night 186 : Font vs Garbrandt event which took place inside APEX centre located Las Vegas Nevada . Despite putting up a brave fight Jessica Rose ended up suffering defeat via Unanimous Decision marking first loss since 2018 when she faced off former champion Nicco Montano which too ended through decision albeit split one this time around .
Overall despite initial hiccups during course her tenure inside octagon Jessica Rose has established herself as top contenders within 125 lbs weight class and not surprisingly many pundits believe that if things continue going right we may very well see Aussie born superstar challenging reigning champ Valentina Shevchenko down road sometime soon ….