Tatiana Suarez

USA

Out
Injury Neck
Est. Return 6/1/2021
Targeting summer return
StrawweightUFC
Out
January 7, 2021
Suarez is aiming for a summer return from her neck injury, MMAJunkie.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Suarez hasn't fought since defeating Nina Ansaroff in June of 2019. Though she has yet to book a fight, the American is hoping to return some time in the summer of 2021. Suarez is undefeated in her MMA career, including a 5-0 record in the UFC.
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Survives biggest test to date
StrawweightUFC
Out
June 8, 2019
Suarez defeated Nina Ansaroff via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC 238 on Saturday in Chicago.
ANALYSIS
This started off as a vintage Suarez performance. However, things got a little hairy towards the end. In the first two rounds, she was able to score her normal takedowns, but she struggled to implement her striking from the top position. In the third round, Ansaroff was able to defend the takedowns and got loose with her striking. She landed some hard strikes and clearly won the round. However, Suarez survived and took the decision. According to Shaheen Al-Shatti of The Athletic, Suarez aggravated a neck injury during the first round which resulted in her left arm going numb for the remainder of the bout, which could help explain some of her late troubles. After the event, UFC President Dana White dismissed fellow strawweight Michelle Waterson's claim to a title shot, suggesting Suarez may be next up, depending on the state of her health.
Set to fight again in June
StrawweightUFC
Out
March 11, 2019
Suarez has been scheduled to fight Nina Ansaroff at UFC 238 on June 8, Phil Thompson of Chicago Tribune reports.
ANALYSIS
Suarez is coming off a win over Carla Esparza via TKO (punches) at UFC 228 in September, which pushed her undefeated record to 4-0 in UFC. She'll look to make it five straight in June against Ansaroff, who has been hot on the rise since first entering the competition two years and beat Claudia Gadelha in December.
Dominates former champion at UFC 228
StrawweightUFC
Out
September 8, 2018
Suarez defeated Carla Esparza via TKO (punches) at 4:33 of Round 3 at UFC 228 on Saturday in Dallas
ANALYSIS
Suarez continues to take steps up in competition, and she continues to pass all the tests with flying colors. In this fight, she was able to score takedowns at will and landed meaningful strikes on the bottom. Esparza has proven herself to be one of the best grapplers in the flyweight division, but in this fight, Suarez seemed to be way ahead of her. This type of performance can move someone into the title picture, and that might be where Suarez finds herself next.
Scheduled to take on Esparza
StrawweightUFC
Out
July 18, 2018
Suarez will fight Carla Esparza at UFC 228 in Dallas in September, Damon Martin of MMA Weekly reports.
ANALYSIS
Saurez is undefeated in her three fights so far with UFC and is coming off a quick win over Alexa Grasso in their fight in Chile, when she won via submission in Round 1. Suarez currently sits as the ninth ranked woman in the strawweight division, and now she will be taking on the sixth-ranked Esparza. Suarez will have the size advantage in the matchup, standing at 5-foot-5 against Esparza's 5-foot-1 frame.
Makes quick work of Alexa Grasso at UFC Chile
StrawweightUFC
Out
May 19, 2018
Suarez defeated Alexa Grasso via submission (rear-naked choke) at 2:44 of Round 1 at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Santiago, Chile.
ANALYSIS
Suarez came into this fight as the biggest favorite on the card, and she delivered. The former wrestler easily scored multiple takedowns in the first round. Grasso scrambled well on the ground and got back to her feet. However, in one of the scramble Suarez was able to take the back. She held the position well and locked in the choke. Suarez has size and grappling skill that might be unmatched in the strawweight division. She could find herself in a contender fight in the near future.