Ariane Lipski
The Violence Queen

Brazil

Easily dispatches newcomer
FlyweightUFC
September 18, 2021
Lipski defeated Mandy Bohm via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
This was a lopsided fight considering Lipski entered as a modest -125 favorite. Quicker and more powerful than her debuting opponent, Lipski won virtually every single striking exchange between the two women. Round 1 was probably the closest of the three. Lipski really got loose on the feet over the course of the final ten minutes, landing 35-of-72 strikes in each round, in addition to scoring a knockdown in each frame. Lipski entered this one having lost four of her first six UFC bouts, so there is a better than even chance this was simply the result of facing inferior competition. That said, this victory should buy Lipski some breathing room.
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Upcoming fight postponed
FlyweightUFC
August 29, 2021
Lipski will now face Mandy Bohm in a flyweight matchup Sept. 18, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
ANALYSIS
Lipski and Bohm were initially slated to face off Sept. 4, but they'll fight two weeks later than expected. Lipski most recently fought in June, when she lost to Montana De La Rosa via TKO (elbows and punches) at UFC Vegas 28. The two fighters are even in height, but Bohm has an advantage in reach.
Will fight Bohm on Sep. 4
FlyweightUFC
August 2, 2021
Lipski (13-7-0) will take on Mandy Bohm (7-0-0,1 NC) in a flyweight fight set to take place in Las Vegas on Sept. 4, Guilherme Cruz of MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
The event was initially scheduled to take place in London before being moved to Las Vegas, and a result of that change, Taila Santos was forced to bow out of the matchup with Bohm due to visa concerns. Lipski was added to the Sept. 4 card as a replacement for Santos, looking to snap Bohm's streak of seven straight wins to begin her MMA career.
Can't handle de la Rosa
FlyweightUFC
June 6, 2021
Lipski lost to Montana de la Rosa via TKO (elbows and punches) at 4:27 of Round 2 at UFC Vegas 28 on Saturday.
ANALYSIS
While the striking numbers weren't far apart in Round 1, Lipski was put on her back and cut open by a de la Rosa elbow, likely costing her the frame. Round 2 was more of the same, with de la Rosa recording a takedown and landing all 25 of her significant strikes to the head before Keith Peterson was forced to halt the action. Lipski has now lost two fights in a row via finish and has an uncertain future with a 2-4 UFC record.
Returns against de la Rosa in June
FlyweightUFC
May 3, 2021
Lipski (orbital) will take on Montana de la Rosa in a flyweight matchup at the UFC event scheduled for June 5, MMAFighting.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Lipski is coming off a loss to Antonina Shevchenko that snapped a two-fight winning streak and resulted in a long medical suspension due to a fractured orbital. With the requisite time on the sidelines fulfilled, she'll now take on an opponent in de la Rosa who is coming off back-to-back losses. Lipski will give up an inch in both height and reach, and while she lands more volume than her opponent, her striking defense leaves much to be desired. She'll also give up a considerable edge in the wrestling department, as de la Rosa averages 2.14 takedowns per 15 minutes, while Lipski only defends takedowns at a 45 percent clip.
Sidelined for six months
FlyweightUFC
November 23, 2020
Lipski has been suspended six months by the Nevada Athletic Commission pending a physician's clearance of an orbital fracture, MMAJunkie.com reports.
ANALYSIS
Lipski suffered the injury while losing by TKO against Antonina Shevchenko on Saturday. She'll now be unable to fight for at least 45 days and could be out until at least late May.