Sabina Mazo
Colombian Queen

Colombia

Barely gets by JJ Aldrich
FlyweightUFC
January 18, 2020
Mazo defeated JJ Aldrich via split decision (29-28, 28-29, 29-28) at UFC 246 on Saturday in Las Vegas.
ANALYSIS
Although the numbers were severely slanted in her favor, Mazo barely pulled out a second straight victory. Despite a massive 118-58 edge in total strikes landed, Mazo needed help from the judge's to emerge victorious. She started very slowly before beginning to pull away from Aldrich in the second half of the fight. Mazo is just 22 years old, but her ceiling is limited due to a lack of stopping power. The Colombian has now won back-to-back fights since dropping her UFC debut to Maryna Moroz last March.
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To fight at UFC 246
FlyweightUFC
December 12, 2019
Mazo will face J.J. Aldrich at UFC 246 in Las Vegas on Jan. 18, MMA Junkie reports.
ANALYSIS
Mazo took home her first UFC victory in August via unanimous decision, albeit against a weak opponent (Shana Dobson). The "Colombian Queen" now owns a 1-1 UFC record and will aim to register her second victory against Alrich, who's also coming off a victory in her last bout.
Easily picks up first UFC win
FlyweightUFC
August 17, 2019
Mazo defeated Shana Dobson via unanimous decision (30-24, 30-25, 30-25) at UFC 241 on Saturday in Anaheim.
ANALYSIS
Mazo did what she had to do against an inferior opponent. She peppered Dobson on the feet -- particularly to the body -- and connected on all four of her takedown attempts. Dobson is literally one of the worst fighters on the UFC roster, so this performance needs to be taken with a grain of salt, but it was a strong effort from Mazo on the heels of her first professional loss in her company debut against Maryna Moroz in March. The 22-year-old remains a prospect to keep an eye on in a division (women's flyweight) that needs all the help it can get.
Second fight at UFC 241
FlyweightUFC
June 13, 2019
Mazo will take on Shana Dobson in a flyweight matchup at UFC 241 on Aug. 17.
ANALYSIS
Mazo made her UFC debut in March and it did not go as planned, as the 22-year-old prospect dropped a unanimous decision to Maryna Moroz despite outlanding her opponent 64 to 56 on significant strikes. Her next challenge will be the 30-year-old Dobson, who is 1-1 under the UFC banner but has not competed since April of 2018. Mazo has the better record coming up on the lesser circuits, in addition to slight height and reach advantages.
UFC debut results in first pro loss
FlyweightUFC
March 30, 2019
Mazo lost to Maryna Moroz via unanimous decision (27-30, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC on ESPN 2 on Saturday in Philadelphia.
ANALYSIS
Viewed as a legitimate prospect, Mazo's UFC debut resulted in her first professional loss. She landed just 35 percent (75 of 210) of her total strikes and her offensive game wasn't particularly impressive. Mazo did land with regularity to the body, but that was about it. Mazo turned just 22 years of age last week, but this was a poor debut against a fringe opponent.
Set for UFC debut
FlyweightUFC
January 23, 2019
Mazo will make her UFC debut against Maryna Moroz in Philadelphia on March 30, Aaron Bronsteter of TSN reports.
ANALYSIS
The 21-year-old Colombian is undefeated in her first six professional fights. Her opponent, a 27-year-old Ukranian, is 3-3 since joining the UFC in 2015, losing her last two fights.