Maryna Moroz
Iron Lady


Booked for June fight
March 3, 2021
Moroz (undisclosed) will take on Manon Fiorot at a UFC event scheduled for June 5, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
Moroz was initially slated to fight in December, but she suffered an unspecified injury that forced her off the card. She'll return to the Octagon in June against Fiorot. Moroz has won her last two fights, most recently defeating Mayra Bueno Silva via unanimous decision at UFC Brasilia in March 2020. Fiorot made her UFC debut in January and defeated Victoria Leonardo via TKO (strikes) at UFC Fight Island 8, and she's now won each of her last six professional matchups. The two fighters are even in height, but Moroz has a slight edge in reach.
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No longer fighting Dec. 5
November 18, 2020
Moroz has suffered an unspecified injury and will no longer be facing Talia Santos in Las Vegas on Dec. 5, Marcelo Barone of Globo Esporte reports.
Moroz was set to enter this flyweight matchup as a (+160) underdog, but it will no longer come to pass. Instead, Montana de la Rosa will step in to face Santos on the early-December card.
Taking on Taila Santos
October 2, 2020
Moroz will face Taila Santos in Las Vegas on Dec. 5, Marcelo Barone of GloboEsporte reports.
Moroz will be looking to extend her winning streak to three and improve her UFC record to 6-3. She's coming off a pair of unanimous decision victories, defeating Sabina Mazo in March of 2019 and Mayra Bueno Silva in March of this year. In Santos, she'll face an opponent who has fought just twice with the UFC, losing her debut before defeating Molly McCann by unanimous decision in July.
Won't fight in September
August 11, 2020
Moroz is unable to obtain a COVID-19 visa into the United States and is out of her fight against Montana de la Rosa on September 5, Raphael Marinho of reports.
Moroz was coming off a win via unanimous decision in March over Mayra Bueno Silva in March, but as evidenced by this news, won't make the fight in less than a month. With the Ukraine-born fighter out of the bout, Brazilian fighter Vivi Araújo agreed to replace her on the date.
Fight set for September
July 13, 2020
Moroz will fight Montana De La Rosa at the UFC event on September 5, Marcel Dorff of MMADNA reports.
The fight location has not been specified at this time. Moroz will be coming off a win via unanimous decision in March over Mayra Bueno Silva.
Wins second in a row
March 14, 2020
Moroz defeated Mayra Bueno Silva via unanimous decision (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Brasilia, Brazil.
It was a typical Moroz effort in the sense that the fight was thoroughly mediocre but she somehow managed to walk away with a win. Facing an opponent who hadn't fought in about a year and half, Moroz simply overwhelmed Silva with volume. She attempted (298-150) and landed (176-92) nearly twice as many total strikes as the Brazilian. Moroz is halfway decent on the feet from a technical standpoint and has five career wins via submission but her ceiling is non-existent due to a distinct lack of power in her hands. Moroz is riding a two-fight win streak and sporting a 5-3 record with the UFC. Her last four wins have all come via decision.