Miranda "Danger" Granger

RECORD: 7-2-0
STANCE: Orthodox
DIVISION: Women's Strawweight
HEIGHT: 5' 7"
REACH: 68"
WEIGHT: 115 lbs.
AGE: 28



Latest Bouts:

Cory McKenna
Miranda Granger: Defeated
by Submission in Round 2 @ 1:03
Sat. Aug 06, 2022
UFC Fight Night: Santos vs. Hill
Ashley Yoder
Miranda Granger: Defeated
by Decision in Round 3
Sat. Nov 14, 2020
UFC Fight Night: Felder vs. Dos Anjos
Amanda Lemos
Miranda Granger: Defeated
by Submission in Round 1
Sat. Dec 21, 2019
UFC Fight Night: Edgar vs. The Korean Zombie
Hannah Goldy
Miranda Granger: Winner
by Decision in Round 3
Sat. Aug 03, 2019
UFC FN: Covington vs. Lawler

Miranda Granger is a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) athlete and the current UFC Women’s Flyweight Champion. She hails from Portland, Oregon and began her combat sports career in 2016. After competing in several amateur bouts, she made her professional debut soon after in 2017 with a stunning first-round victory over veteran opponent Holly Holm via submission.

Since then, Miranda has gone on to become one of the top fighters on the women’s side of MMA. In 2020, she earned a call up to compete for the UFC Women’s Flyweight Championship after defeating former titleholder Valentina Shevchenko by unanimous decision at UFC 251. That night would mark the beginning of her historic reign as champion which includes an impressive six successful title defenses against world-class opponents like Ilima Macfarlane, Jessica Eye and Katlyn Chookagian.

Throughout her career so far, Miranda has shown that she is one of the most well-rounded athletes in all of combat sports; possessing exceptional striking ability accompanied by an ever improving ground game – including submissions such as armbars and leg locks – that continue to be some of her greatest weapons inside the octagon. Her high level skills have earned her industry recognition from both fans and media outlets alike; making headlines for being one of only three female athletes currently holding championship belts in their respective divisions within UFC history alongside Amanda Nunes and Valentina Shevchenko respectively.

Outside of fighting, Miranda continues to show what it means to be a role model for aspiring female fighters all around the world; actively supporting various charities with donations from fight purses while always taking time out from training camps to give back through various community programs aimed towards helping disadvantaged youth find success through martial arts instruction or other engaging activities such as music production or creative writing workshops. It’s clear that Miranda Granger will continue being an inspiring force both inside & outside The Octagon!