Maryna Moroz
Iron Lady


Injury Elbow
Est. Return 11/1/2019
Withdraws from UFC 241
July 31, 2019
Moroz, due to an elbow injury, has withdrawn from her fight against Poliana Botelho during UFC 241 on Aug. 17 in Anaheim, California, Guilherme Cruz and Alexander K. Lee of report.
Moroz took a kick to the elbow, inflaming her ulna nerve. UFC 241 was going to mark Moroz's second UFC bout. She emerged victorious from her debut against Sabina Mazo. Poliana Botelho will need to find a new opponent for Aug. 17.
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Added to UFC Anaheim card
June 12, 2019
Moroz will square off against Poliana Botehlo at UFC Anaheim, Marelo Barone of reports.
Moroz specializes in taking opponents to the mat, owning five submissions in her nine professional victories. She has only earned of her three UFC victories (her debut) by submission, with all five of Moroz's other fights ending in a decision. The 5-foot-7 fighter gives up an inch of height to Botehlo but owns the same reach. She owns just 0.33 takedowns per 15 minutes, but it's not for a lack of trying. Moroz sports just a 14 takedown accuracy percentage and it may not get any easier versus Botehlo, who has successfully fended off 88 percent of takedowns attempted on her.
Snaps losing streak with strong effort
March 30, 2019
Moroz defeated Sabina Mazo via unanimous decision (30-27, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC on ESPN 2 on Saturday in Philadelphia.
It was easily the best performance of Moroz's brief UFC tenure. Coming off back-to-back losses and quite possibly fighting for her job, Moroz did just enough to keep Mazo off balance on the feet and although she landed just one of nine takedown attempts, her aggressiveness kept the debuting Mazo from doing any real damage of her own. Moroz is back over the .500 mark (4-3) over the course of her first seven UFC bouts.
Booked for UFC Philadelphia
January 23, 2019
Moroz (foot) will face Sabina Mazo at UFC Philadelphia on March 30, Aaron Bronsteter of TSN reports.
Moroz will look to bounce back from a streak of two straight losses, both coming by unanimous decision. She'll face a UFC debutant in Mazo, a 21-year-old with a 6-0 record thus far as a professional.
Forced out of Argentina bout with foot injury
October 29, 2018
Moroz had to withdraw from her upcoming fight against Ariane Lipski on Nov. 17 in Argentina after suffering a broken foot, Guilherme Cruz of reports.
Moroz will be sidelined for the next couple months following this setback. Lipski is optimistic that the promotion will be able to find her a replacement for Argentina.
New opponent in Argentina
October 3, 2018
Moroz will now face UFC newcomer Ariane Lipski in a flyweight matchup at UFC Argentina on Nov. 17, Combate reports.
Moroz was originally scheduled to take on Veronica Macedo, but Macedo was forced to withdraw due to injury. Stepping up to replace her is the debuting Lipski, a Brazilian with a professional record of 11-3 (six knockouts, two submissions). While one would think Moroz might have an edge due to her UFC experience, Lipski is a former champion under the KSW banner that defended her flyweight title on multiple occasions.