UFC strawweight Tecia Torres wants a fight with Michelle Waterson

With her dance ticket currently unfilled, UFC strawweight Tecia Torres went to Twitter to try to book her next fight.

Torres (9-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC) earlier this week called out Michelle Waterson (14-5 MMA, 2-1 UFC) on the social media platform saying she wanted to fight her.

“Michelle what’s up? Let’s fight and put on a good show! @karatehottiemma Waiting for you,” Torres wrote on her Twitter account.

Waterson has not yet responded. But Torres replied to a trolling fan who said she wasn’t on Waterson’s level by saying, “I beg to differ” with a laughing emoji.

Torres started her career 4-0, all for Invicta FC, before coming to the UFC via Season 20 of “The Ultimate Fighter.” Although she didn’t reach the season’s final, she fout at the TUF 20 Finale and took a decision from Angela Magana. After that, she beat Angela Hill and Jocely Jones-Lybarger before dropping a decision to Rose Namajunas at UFC on FOX 19, which was the first setback of her career.

“The Tiny Tornado” bounced back with a win over Bec Rawlings earlier this year in Houston, which gave her eight decisions in eight career wins. But at the TUF 25 Finale in July, Torres finally got her first finish as a pro when she submitted Juliana Lima with a rear-naked choke to win a $50,000 performance bonus.

Waterson is coming off a second-round submission loss to Namajunas in the UFC on FOX 24 co-main event in April. That setback was her first loss in the UFC after opening with a pair of submission wins over Magana and Paige VanZant.

“The Karate Hottie” is a former Invicta FC atomweight champion who went 3-1 in that promotion with the lone loss being in a title defense against Herica Tiburcio. After that, she slid over to the UFC when the strawweight division was formed.

So what do you think of the matchup? Is it a good one? Or should Torres start asking for someone else? Vote on it in our poll below.

And for more on the UFC’s upcoming schedule, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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MMAjunkie's 'Submission of the Month' for July: One of the prettiest transitions you'll see in MMA

With another action-packed month of MMA in the books, MMAjunkie looks at the best submissions from July. Here are the five nominees, listed in chronological order, and winner of MMAjunkie’s “Submission of the Month” award for July.

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The nominees

Tecia Torres def. Juliana Lima at TUF 25 Finale

After going to a decision in nine consecutive fights to open her pro career, Tecia Torres (9-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC) finally picked up her first stoppage win when she choked out durable Brazilian Juliana Lima (9-4 MMA, 3-3 UFC)

Torres became the first to tap Lima when she found a way to her opponent’s back early in the second round of the women’s strawweight bout. She secured a rear-naked choke moments later, earning a win without the help of the judges for the first time (via Instagram):

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Jimmy Flick def. Johnny Bedford at LFA 16

UFC veteran Johnny Bedford (23-13-1) was a 5-1 favorite heading into his bantamweight main event, and it made Jimmy Flick’s (10-3) third-round submission win all the sweeter.

Flick, who closed as a +350 underdog to -500 favorite Bedford at the sports books, picked up arguably the biggest win of his career. He threw out a number of submission attempts, and it was finally a D’Arce choke that stuck for the finish (via Twitter):

Marlon Vera def. Brian Kelleher at UFC on FOX 25

After picking up a surprising and quick submission win in his UFC debut earlier this year, Brian Kelleher (17-8 MMA, 1-1 UFC) experienced the other side of the coin when he tapped out early in the first frame of his fight with Marlon Vera (10-3-1 MMA, 4-2 UFC).

In a grappling exchange in the bantamweight bout, Vera transitioned to a slick armbar, which forced Kelleher to tap out, giving Vera his third consecutive victory (via Twitter):

Chris Weidman def. Kelvin Gastelum at UFC on FOX 25

Chris Weidman (14-3 MMA, 10-3 UFC) won’t back down. The former UFC middleweight champion survived a knockdown from Kelvin Gastelum (13-3 MMA, 8-3 UFC) in the opening frame before taking over on the mat, securing an arm triangle at the 3:45 mark of Round 3.

Weidman snapped a three-fight losing skid that had many MMA observers doubting whether he’d be able to keep his UFC job, let alone return to championship form. He did so by becoming the first to stop Gastelum inside the distance (via Instagram):

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Brian Ortega def. Renato Moicano at UFC 214

Brian Ortega (12-0 MMA, 4-0 UFC) and Renato Moicano (11-1-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC) were nearly two-and-a-half rounds into a striking war that cageside fans could hear as well as they could see. Then Moicano made the questionable decision to take down Ortega in the featherweight fight.

It played right into Ortega’s submission strengths as Moicano inadvertently stuck his neck into a guillotine choke that Ortega squeezed for the finish, forcing the tap at the 2:59 mark of Round 3 (via Twitter):

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The winner: Marlon Vera

Marlon Vera

It started out looking like a run-of-the-mill submission defense by Vera, who trapped Kelleher’s arm to stop the single-leg takedown early in the opening round.

It turned into much more.

When Kelleher tried to give up on the takedown, Vera stuck with the kimura trap, using it to transition into a slick armbar that forced the submission at the 2:18 mark of Round 1.

The transition to the armbar was about as smooth a submission as you’re likely to see, and it clearly caught Kelleher off-guard. He started off well, moving to an early takedown attempt with Vera pressed against the cage.

But when Vera reached down to snag Kelleher’s arm in a kimura, it halted Kelleher’s hopes for a takedown and forced him to bail on the move. When he went to back out of the single-leg takedown, however, Vera clamped down harder on his arm, using it to spin him around before spinning himself right into position for the armbar.

Kelleher tried to get his arm back, but by that point, it was too late. Vera already had the limb extended and showed no indication that he was willing to give it back.

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TUF 25 Finale's Tecia Torres said death of former teammate 'really hit home' before win

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LAS VEGAS – A lot of positive things were happening for UFC women’s strawweight Tecia Torres heading into her bout at The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale.

That’s why death of former teammate Aaron Rajman hit her particularly hard, and why she broke down with emotion after earning her first UFC finish.

“This is the first time (I’ve had to go through that kind of adversity),” Torres (9-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC) said backstage after submitting Juliana Lima (9-4 MMA, 3-3 UFC) after opening the FS1-televised portion of the card at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. “It really hit home because he was there for me at the end of my amateur career. He had his own show, too. I fought my last amateur fight on his show. He was a good friend. We hadn’t talked in a while, but whenever we would connect, we would be together.”

Rajman, a member of American Top Team, was killed Monday after an argument with several men at a home in Boca Raton, Fla. Police are investigating the shooting as a homicide. A GoFundMe was set up for the fighter and promoter.

Torres took the fight on less than three weeks’ notice when a bout with standout Michelle Waterson failed to materialize. She immediately broke down in the octagon after the fight and dedicated her win to Rajman.

Despite the bittersweet victory, there are plenty of good things ahead. There’s the potential Waterson bout, which Torres thinks will put her within one win of a title shot, and her engagement to training partner and UFC women’s bantamweight Rachel Pennington.

Torres relocated from ATT to train with Pennington in Colorado, bidding farewell to her longtime team. A lot’s been a lot thrown at “Tiny Tornado” in a short period of time, but she’s soldiering on.

Check out the video above to hear Torres talk about her win and what’s next.

And for complete coverage of The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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TUF 25 Finale bonuses: Justin Gaethje's sick, sick debut was a double winner for $100,000

LAS VEGAS – Justin Gaethje, Michael Johnson and Tecia Torres each earned $50,000 bonuses for their performances at today’s TUF 25 Finale event – and Gaethje doubled up for $100,000.

Gaethje and Johnson earned the “Fight of the Night,” while Gaethje and Torres each won “Performance of the Night” honors.

The UFC announced the winners following the event, which MMAjunkie attended.

Gaethje (18-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC) made his UFC debut a memorable one, without question, with a late second-round TKO of Johnson (17-12 MMA, 9-8 UFC). Gaethje came to the UFC after relinquishing his WSOF lightweight title and promised to put on shows in his new home. That, he did. Johnson hurt him in the first round and won the frame from all three judges. But not getting the finish came back to haunt him, and Gaethje took him out in the second after hurting Johnson to the body.

Torres (9-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC) had been a decision machine her entire pro career. But Juliana Lima (9-4 MMA, 3-3 UFC) had the misfortune of being Torres’ first submission victim. When Lima went for a takedown, Torres stuffed it perfectly, worked around to Lima’s back and submitted the Brazilian with a rear-naked choke.

The TUF 25 Finale took place Friday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The card aired on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

For complete coverage of The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

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TUF 25 Finale results: Tecia Torres chokes out Juliana Lima for first stoppage win of career

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When Tecia Torres couldn’t inflict her ground game on Juliana Lima, she had to settle for letting Lima’s ground game come to her.

That paid off early in the second round, as Torres (9-1 MMA, 5-1 UFC) pivoted off a Lima (9-4 MMA, 3-3 UFC) takedown attempt to take the back and sink the rear-naked choke, forcing the tap at the 0:53 mark of Round 2.

The women’s strawweight was part of today’s UFC event, The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale, at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The preliminary-card bout streamed on UFC Fight Pass prior to the FS1-televised prelims and main card.

After being taken down early in the opening round and then battling back to her feet, Torres struggled to turn the tables on the bigger Lima. After a takedown attempt from the clinch was stymied when Lima grabbed the fence to stay on her feet, Torres had to use her speed to dart in and out with strikes.

She was still finding success in the stand-up game to start the second, forcing Lima back towards the fence with punches when Lima came lunging forward in search of a takedown. Torres defended and then swung quickly to Lima’s back, locking up the choke as they fell to the mat.

Lima tried to defend the choke, but as Torres slipped the forearm under her chin and squeezed she had no choice but to submit, bringing an end to the bout less than a minute into the second round.

“At this point in my career, I feel like if I want to fight with the best, I have to be able to beat everybody else in the division,” Torres said. “I really wanted the opportunity to fight Juliana and I felt confident with my training thus far in Colorado.

“I think that ‘Karate Hottie’ (Michelle Waterson) can get me the title shot. I understand that she’s coming off a loss against Rose (Namajunas) in her last fight. That’s who I’ve been waiting for – karate vs.versus karate – and I think that’s a big enough fight to propel me into the No. 1 contender spot. I can be ready to go again as soon as late August.”

The win makes it two in a row for Torres, who earned the first stoppage victory of her pro career. Lima has now lost two of her last three.

Up-to-the-minute TUF 25 Finale results include:

For more on The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale, check out the UFC Events section of the site.

(MMAjunkie’s John Morgan and Steven Marrocco contributed to this report on site in Las Vegas.)

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Jessica Eye vs. Aspen Ladd scratched from tonight's TUF 25 Finale lineup

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Tonight’s lineup for The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale has a late scratch.

Bantamweight Jessica Eye (11-6 MMA, 1-5 UFC) today announced her fight with promotional newcomer Aspen Ladd (5-0 MMA, 0-0 UFC) has been canceled (via Instagram):

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UFC officials subsequently made a formal announcement, citing an “illness” for Ladd.

The TUF 25 Finale takes place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The card airs on FS1 following early prelims on UFC Fight Pass.

Eye vs. Ladd was scheduled to open the FS1-televised prelims. As a result, strawweights Juliana Lima (9-3 MMA, 3-2 UFC) vs. Tecia Torres (8-1 MMA, 4-1 UFC) have moved from the UFC Fight Pass prelims to the open the FS1 slot.

The card now continues with 11 bouts and kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET (3:30 p.m. PT).

The new TUF 25 Finale lineup includes:

MAIN CARD (FS1, 9 p.m. ET)

  • Michael Johnson vs. Justin Gaethje
  • Dhiego Lima vs. Jesse Taylor – “TUF 25” tournament final
  • Marc Diakiese vs. Drakkar Klose
  • Jared Cannonier vs. Nick Roehrick
  • Brad Tavares vs. Elias Theodorou
  • Marcel Fortuna vs. Jordan Johnson


  • Angela Hill vs. Ashley Yoder
  • Tom Gallicchio vs. James Krause
  • C.B. Dollaway vs. Ed Herman
  • Juliana Lima vs. Tecia Torres

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass, 6:30 p.m. ET)

  • Teruto Ishihara vs. Gray Maynard

For more on The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Tecia Torres took short-notice fight at TUF 25 Finale because she didn't want to wait for Michelle Waterson

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Impatience may have cost Tecia Torres a signature fight in the UFC strawweight division, but she hopes all will still work out in her favor in the end.

Torres (8-1 MMA, 4-1 UFC), who hasn’t fought since a unanimous decision victory over Bec Rawlings at UFC Fight Night 104 in February, was itching to get back in the octagon as soon as possible. She said a bout with Michelle Waterson was in the works for late summer, but the prospect of waiting wasn’t all that appealing.

So, when it was announced that Amanda Ribas had been pulled from Friday’s Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale bout with Juliana Lima (9-3 MMA, 3-2 UFC) due to a potential USADA violation, Torres pounced on the opportunity to step in, even if it meant jeopardizing a much bigger fight with Waterson (14-5 MMA, 2-1 UFC).

“I was waiting for a fight since February because I’ve been wanting to fight,” Torres told MMAjunkie Radio. “I saw Amanda Ribas got pulled from the fight, so I asked for this fight. I was like, ‘Sean Shelby, can I have that fight, please?’ I was waiting on Michelle Waterson, but he was saying it would be late August, but he wasn’t really telling me anything.

“I asked if I could take this fight and he said, ‘Yeah.’ He said, ‘At this point, if you want to fight one of the big wigs, you have to beat anybody.’ That’s why I wanted it. I want to fight, I want to get paid. I still want to fight Michelle Waterson. I’ll still take that in late August if I can if I’m OK after this fight.”

The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale takes place Friday at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Torres vs. Lima opens the early UFC Fight Pass prelims prior to the televised card on FS1.

A fight between Torres, No. 7 in the latest USA TODAY Sports/MMAjunkie MMA women’s strawweight rankings, and Waterson, would have likely been a fight to receive prominent card placement wherever it was booked. Instead, Torres fights Lima in the opening fight of the night, which on the surface seems like a considerable step down.

Torres, however, said she’s not necessarily worried about any of that, because she just wants to fight.

“I like fighting earlier in the night because I can get it over with,” Torres said. “I’m a fan of the sport, so I want to see the other girls fight on the card and some of the other guy fights. I’m excited about that. Being on TV is a little bit easier for my friends and family to watch it, but I understand they want to sell more Fight Pass and get some fights on there. I hope we open up the show with a bang and show women can fight hard.”

The bout with Lima comes somewhat in the middle of a transition stage for Torres. She’s spent almost the entirety of her MMA career training out of Florida’s American Top Team gym, but after her recent engagement to fellow UFC fighter Raquel Pennington, Torres opted to relocate to Colorado.

Although the fight with Lima came together on less than three weeks’ notice, Torres said she’s feeling the positive effects of her new training environment and expects that to carry over into her performance.

“I’m getting a lot more one-on-one attention,” Torres said. “I think my style is going to be a little more evolved this fight. Although I took it on two and a half weeks’ notice, I was still training before that. I feel like with every fight that comes, I’ll just get better and better.

“I felt that in my last fight because I did a month with this camp and a month with my old camp. I felt really good about it, so I’m just excited about how this fight’s going to go. I really feel like I’m going to show the best version of me yet.”

If Torres is successful at the TUF 25 Finale, she would put a fifth UFC victory on her resume, which is more than anyone in divisional history outside of champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk. The undefeated titleholder has already plowed through most of the top-ranked 115-pound contenders, but has yet to have an encounter with Torres.

“The Tiny Tornado” believes a title shot is imminent as long as she continues to win, and if she can beat Lima and then get her fight with Waterson, she said that’s a pretty solid road map to a fight with Jedrzejczyk (14-0 MMA, 8-0 UFC) for the gold.

“I think I’m definitely one or two wins away from getting a title shot,” Torres said. “I’ve been No. 5 (in the UFC’s rankings) now for a while – probably the last few years. … I think that everybody has had that opportunity to fight for the title in the top five – except for me. I think one or two wins and I should be getting that shot for myself.”

For more on The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale, check out the UFC Rumors section of the site.

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Stream or download MMAjunkie Radio #2479 with Tecia Torres, Michael Johnson, Marc Diakiese

Stream or download Tuesday’s edition of MMAjunkie Radio with guests Michael Johnson, Tecia Torres and Marc Diakiese.

All three guests will compete in Friday’s The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale, which takes place at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas and airs on FS1. Johnson talked about how he plans on teaching undefeated Justin Gaethje a lesson in his UFC debut. Torres talked about how she was thinking of checking out other gyms outside of American Top Team, even if she hadn’t gotten engaged and moved to Colorado. Diakiese suggested Drakkar Klose should bring a pillow to the arena Friday, because he’s going to sleep.

You can listen below or download the episode from SoundCloud.

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Watch MMAjunkie Radio here (1 p.m. ET) with Michael Johnson, Tecia Torres, Marc Diakiese

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MMAjunkie Radio kicks off today at 1 p.m. ET (10 a.m. PT) with guests Michael Johnson, Tecia Torres, Marc Diakiese.

All three fighters compete on Friday at The Ultimate Fighter 25 Finale in Las Vegas, and they each call in to preview their respective matchups.

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