Alexis Davis


Looks overmatched on feet
July 27, 2019
Davis lost to Viviane Araujo via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC 240 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada on Saturday.
Davis just looked a step slow throughout this contest, getting tagged hard on the feet and missing with counters. She clearly won the second round after getting a reversal and landing some decent ground-and-pound, but Round 3 began on the feet, where Araujo immediately reestablished control. Davis is a physical presence at this weight class, but is a stiff striker and doesn't have a great wrestling game to compliment her BJJ, which will make it tough for her to consistently win fights against skilled opponents. She falls to 19-10 in professional MMA and is currently riding a three-fight losing streak.
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Finds opponent for UFC 240
May 20, 2019
Davis will fight against Viviane Araujo at UFC 240 in Edmonton on July 27th, Nolan King of Flocombat reports.
Davis is coming off a tough loss at the heads of Jennifer Maia via unanimous decision at UFC Fight Night 148, but will get a chance go get back in the win column against a relatively new fighter in Araujo. The weight at which the fight will take place wasn't announced, but it will be interesting to see, considering Davis is known as a flyweight, while Araujo is known as a strawweight. Davis will be 19-9 in her MMA career heading into the fight while Araujo is just 1-0.
Drops close decision in Nashville
March 23, 2019
Davis lost to Jennifer Maia via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 28-29) at UFC Fight Night 148 in Nashville, Tennessee on Saturday.
Davis likes to fill the space with volume until she can work her clinch game but that style played right into the hands of Maia, who used her sharp boxing to tag the opponent with combinations. Davis was able to take Maia to the ground after catching a kick in Round 2 but was unable to find a finish before Round 3 took us back to where we came in. While we have seen Davis' slick grappling in previous UFC bouts, she needs to find a way to get fights to the ground consistently, as her volume and pressure game simply isn't enough in a division of technical strikers. Davis falls to 19-9 in professional MMA as a result of the loss.
Scheduled to face Maia at Nashville
January 20, 2019
Davis will face off with Jennifer Maia at UFC Nashville on Mar. 23, reports.
The Canadian will get a chance at redemption following her third loss in the UFC promotion back in July. However, Davis faces a tough task in fighting Maia, as although Maia has little experience in UFC, she had won six consecutive fights prior to her UFC debut in July.
Dominated on feet by Katlyn Chookagian Saturday
July 28, 2018
Davis lost to Katlyn Chookagian via unanimous decision (28-29, 28-29, 27-30) at UFC on FOX 30 on Saturday in Calgary.
Davis had no answers for her younger, longer opponent. Eight of Davis's 19 career victories are via submission and she continues to struggle in anything other than a ground battle. Due to turn 34 years old in October, Davis gets hit way too much in striking exchanges these days and she has fought relatively little over the past few years due to the birth of her child. The UFC's introduction of a women's flyweight division looked as if it might have given Davis's career a second wind, but she was unable to take advantage of the opportunity on Saturday in her home country.
Will fight Chookagian in Calgary
April 27, 2018
Davis is booked to take on Katlyn Chookagian in a flyweight bout at UFC Calgary on July 28.
Davis is coming off a victory over Liz Carmouche via split decision at UFC Fight Night in Fresno back in December, and she now enters UFC Calgary boasting a two-fight win streak. The veteran fighter has been very impressive since joining the UFC back in 2013, boasting a 6-2 record at 33 years old, but she'll be out to the test against Chookagian, who has lost just once in her MMA career.