Antonina Shevchenko is currently assigned to the UFC Women’s Flyweight Division, and is competing there. She is a former Kickboxer, and is the older sister of UFC Women’s Flyweight Champion, Valentina Shevchenko.
Last 5 Fights of Antonina Shevchenko
|Loss||Roxanne Modafferi||UFC Fight Night 149 – Overeem vs Oleynik||Split Decision||3||5:00|
|Win||Ji Yeon Kim||UFC – The Ultimate Fighter 28 Finale||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
|Win||Jaimelene Nievera||Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series – Season 2, Episode 3||TKO (Knees)||2||3:22|
|Win||Valerie Domergue||Phoenix Fighting Championship – Phoenix 4: Dubai||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
|Win||Anissa Haddaoui||Phoenix Fighting Championship – Phoenix 3: UK vs. The World||Unanimous Decision||3||5:00|
Antonina Shevchenko Statistics
Gym/ Team/ Association
Tiger Muay Thai & MMA
Antonina ‘The Panther’ Shevchenko
Date of Birth
20 – 11 – 1984
UFC Women’s Flyweight Division
Frunze, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.
Current Professional MMA Record
7 – 1 – 0 (Win – Loss – Draw)
Current Professional MMA Streak
Win Method Ratio
(KO/ TKO : Submission : Decision) – 29 : 0 : 71
Antonina Shevchenko Biography
Antonina Shevchenko is a former Kickboxing fighter and current Mixed Martial Artist fighting in the UFC Women’s Flyweight Division. She had her start in the world if MMA back in 2002, but after 2005 took a hiatus from the fight sport and focused more on her career in Kickboxing. She returned to MMA in 2017.
As of this date, she has a record of 39 wins and 1 loss in Kickboxing, with her last win coming in 2017.
Antonina Shevchenko made her debut in the UFC on Dana White’s Contender Series in 2018, where she was able to defeat Jaymee Nievara. However, since then she has fought in two more battles, one of which she won, while losing the latest one. Her fight against Roxanne Modafferi ended in disappointment as she lost to the fighter via Split Decision.
This marked her first-ever loss in MMA at UFC Fight Night: Overeem vs Oleynik.
She is also known for being the sister of successful UFC Women’s Flyweight Champion Valentina Shevchenko. Being siblings, the Antonina and Valentina have been compared in the past. However, according to Antonina, this has just motivated her to perform better.
“I understand that people expect a lot from me because I’m the sister of a UFC champion, but it doesn’t put pressure on me. It helps to motivate me. I feel more motivated to perform better and get the victory. I want to put on a good fight.” – Antonina Shevchenko.