Shana Dobson
Danger

USA

Struggles continue in Anaheim
FlyweightUFC
August 17, 2019
Dobson lost to Sabina Mazo via unanimous decision (24-30, 25-30, 25-30) at UFC 241 on Saturday in Anaheim.
ANALYSIS
Dobson looked as poor as the scores would lead you to believe. She spent the vast majority of the bout serving as a punching bag for Mazo, and when that wasn't happening, she was being controlled on the mat. It has become abundantly clear in three fights with the company that Dobson isn't a UFC-caliber competitor. She offers nothing offensively and her defensive game is abysmal. It wouldn't be a surprise to see the UFC cut their losses after this performance.
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Added to UFC 241
FlyweightUFC
June 13, 2019
Dobson will take on Sabina Mazo in a flyweight matchup at UFC 241 on Aug. 17.
ANALYSIS
Dobson finished Ariel Black in her first shot with the company at the TUF 26 finale, but followed that up by losing a narrow decision to Lauren Mueller. That fight happened last April, so it will be 16 months between fights for the 30-year-old. On paper, Dobson has the makings of a fantasy-friendly fighter, landing 4.46 significant strikes per minute in her two fights. She'll be giving up one inch in both height and reach to Mazo, who lost her UFC debut to Maryna Moroz last March.
Falls for first time in UFC career Saturday
FlyweightUFC
April 14, 2018
Dobson lost to Lauren Mueller via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC on FOX 29 on Saturday in Glendale, Arizona.
ANALYSIS
In a bout that was close throughout, an argument can be made that Dobson deserved a better fate. She definitely lost Round 1 before picking up the pace in Round 2. The final frame was a close one that could have gone either way. While Dobson looked like the more fluid striker, she landed at just a 34 percent clip (74-for-213). Dobson can do some good things inside the octagon but there is little reason to expect much from her moving forward.
Stops Ariel Beck in the second at the TUF 26 Finale
FlyweightUFC
December 1, 2017
Dobson defeat Ariel Beck via TKO (punch) at 2:53 of Round 2 at the TUF 26 Finale on Friday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
Dobson had a clear power advantage in this fight, and she used it to score a second-round knockout. Beck was much more active on the outside, but when Dobson landed it had a much larger impact. In the first round, she landed several hard leg and head kicks. However, Beck walked through most of it. In the second round, Beck began showing the signs of the damage. At the finish, Dobson landed a hard shot that stopped Beck dead in her tracks. She dropped to her knees and the fight was over. This was an impressive performance for the TUF veteran who could make some noise in the new division.