"The Dragon Girl"


Stance: Orthodox
Division: Women's Strawweight
Height: 5' 5"
Reach: 67"
Leg reach: 38.00
Weight: 125 lbs.
Age: 27



Significant Strikes Attempted: 85
Significant Strikes Landed: 34


Takedowns Attempted: 10
Takedowns Landed: 3


Liang Na is one of the top martial artist from China, currently competing in the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). He made his professional MMA debut in 2009, and for the remainder of his career has fought exclusively in China. Throughout his career he has won numerous titles including: The Chinese National Martial Arts Championships and The Asia Pacific Combat Sports Championships. He is widely regarded as one of the best fighters to come out of China.

An incredible athlete, Liang Na was a naturally gifted fighter from an early age. He began training when he was just 10 years old under master Trainer Wang Zhong Wei at Qing’s Kung Fu Club in Zibo City Shandong Province, where he learned various traditional Chinese styles such as Wushu and Sanda. During this time he also trained at Sun Jike Academy where he learnt Muay Thai technique and Jiu-Jitsu fundamentals which later became integral to his fighting style. As a young fighter Liang showed great promise and won several tournaments during this period.

At 22 years old Liang moved to Beijing with Master Wang deciding that it would be beneficial for him to train full time against stronger competition if he were to reach more success in martial arts competitions. This proved successful as soon after moving Liang went on to win The Asian Pacific Combat Sports Championship 2009 becoming both champion of Lightweight Division 1 & 2 on the same night! From then onwards there was no looking back for Liang who continued taking part in international competitions such as the World Grand Prix Mixed Martial Arts 2010; winning silver medalist twice consecutively at lightweight division 1 & 2 respectively before going on to become first ever winner of heavyweight division 1 at Asian Cup 2013; not long afterwards winning gold medalist again at 2017 Asian Cup finals once again becoming champion for lightweight divisions 1 & 2 simultaneously!
From then onwards there seemed no stopping him and so it was natural progression that ultimately led him towards joining UFC 2018 – marking history being first ever native born Chinese fighter signed by them – amazing feat indeed! Since then we have seen some truly remarkable performances from Mr Na earning himself 5 wins out 6 fights with 3 finishes inside distance making quite spectacular statement within promotion so far!

Despite having immense talent which puts him amongst some great fighters worldwide – what really sets apart from rest is his attitude both inside outside cage – showing strong values respect all times regardless situation or outcome very admirable trait sure take far future endeavours alike! With many promising bouts still come surely only matter time until we will see belt round waist signifying highest accolade sport can offer therefore definitely worth keeping eye out next moves ‘Chinese Warrior’ Chung Hua!

Fight History

Ivana Petrovic
Liang Na: Defeated
by Submission in Round 3 @ 1:29
Sat. Apr 27, 2024
UFC Fight Night: Nicolau vs. Perez
JJ Aldrich
Liang Na: Defeated
by KO/TKO in Round 2 @ 4:49
Sat. Aug 26, 2023
UFC Fight Night: Holloway vs. The Korean Zombie
Silvana Gomez Juarez
Liang Na: Defeated
by KO/TKO in Round 1 @ 1:22
Sat. Jun 11, 2022
UFC 275: Teixeira vs. Prochazka


What Is The Meaning Of The Name Liang?
The name 'Liang', in the Mandarin form of the surname 梁, signifies 'roofbeam' or 'bridge,' and it originates from the name of a state awarded to an historical figure in recognition of his significant contributions.

What Does The Name Liang Mean?
The name Liang, of Chinese origin, means "a beam," symbolizing a strong character capable of withstanding heavy loads.

What Is The Origin Of The Name Liang?
The name Liang originates from the Mandarin surname 梁, meaning 'roofbeam' or 'bridge', which was the name of a state given to Kang, the youngest son of Qinzhong, who was recognized for his contributions to fighting against minority in ancient China.

How Is The Name Liang Pronounced?
The name Liang is pronounced as "Lee-ang".

Who Is Liang Na In UFC?
Liang Na is a Women's Flyweight mixed martial artist in the UFC.

What Is The Meaning Of The Name Liang In Chinese?
The name Liang in Chinese signifies "a beam", symbolizing a strong character capable of withstanding heavy loads.

Do You Have Any Liang Nanbaka Fanart?
As a UFC journalist, I do not have any Liang Nanbaka fanart.

What Is The Record Of Liang Na?
As of my last update, the record of Liang Na is unknown.

What Is Liang Na's Instagram?
Liang Na's Instagram is @na.liang.927.