Top 5 Female Muay Thai Fighters In The World

In several years the number of female muay thai fighters has increased exponentially, it has grown from Thailand’s local weekly televised events to international televised events. In Thailand, they call the female fighters nak muay ying.

These female thai fighters are spreading the sport for female fighters.

This is increasing the competing opportunities for professional female Thai fighters, and giving them more quality fights, bigger events, and more sponsorships revenue.

This list is in no particular order.

These are based on personal choice and the impact they have done on the whole society about female fighters.

And, their contribution to inspiring and motivating women across the world.

Top Female Muay Thai Fighters

Stamp Fairtex

Stamp Fairtex

Stamp Fairtex is one of the top best muay thai fighters fighting all over the world, she has a very big list of accomplishments.

And she has an amazing fighting record (63-17-5) that speaks her skills.

When she was 5 years old she starts her training and a year later she starts competing.

With her starting career, she won a championship belt in a local stadium and became a champion.

And after the age of 18, she signs a contract with ONE Championship. Her debut in ONE was a huge success, she won the ONE Atomweight  Kickboxing World championship.

And in her second fight, she was known as one of the premier strikers on the planet and won the ONE Atomweight Muay Thai World Championship.

Sofia Olofsson

Sofia Olofsson muay thai female fighter
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Sofia Olofsson is a professional Kickboxing and muay thai fighter. And she has beaten many big female fighters throughout her career.

She has an amazing fighting style for distances and holds a professional fighting record (50-9).

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She has defeated Iman Barlow for the WMC title. And if we match she has beaten Tiffany van Soest in all the muay thai skill set and distance techniques.

She has also won gold in different world championships like The World Games.

She has accomplished a lot in her whole career, like defeating an opponent like Iman Barlow who almost untouchable, and then taking out one of the most feared thai fighters Chommanee.

Alycca Rodrigues

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Alycca Rodrigues achieved the biggest success in her life in 2020 by winning over Stamp Fairtex for the ONE Championship Women’s Atomweight Muay Thai title.

Before her successful career started in her motherland Brazil, she won a local stadium title and stay undefeated in Brazil.

Then she moves to the land of muay thai Thailand to follow her dream of muay thai fighting.

In the Phuket Fight club, she sharpened her skills at their maxim level, and then she won the Ayutthaya Pink Belt title in 2019…

And defeats the 12-time WMPF World Champion Thananchanok Kaewsamrit.

After Defeating Thananchanok Kaewsamrit, she got signed by ONE Championship and challenge Stamp for the world title.

Alma Juniku

Alma Juniku
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Alma Juniku a muay thai fighter from Australia, has managed to get success in her career despite all the odds in her early life.

The struggle comes from the place she is born Australia, meaning she didn’t have as many opportunities as her current competitors may get.

Like the other women, fighters are from Thailand, have a lot of opportunity as compared to those who are from outside of the country.

She picked up soccer at first in her childhood, and then she learned and fell in love with muay thai at the age of 8.

Firstly she won the WMC Australia title by improving her skills to the extreme level.

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After that, she also owns several championships, major tournaments like Muay Thai world titles from WBC and IPCC.

In her promotional debut for ONE, she directly challenges Stamp for the ONE Championship Atomweight Muay Thai world championship.

But she lost against Stamp but although she made a clear answer to the whole ONE division and made an amazing impression on the match.

Valentina Shevchenko


Valentina Anatolievna Shevchenko is a professional Kyrgyzstani mixed martial artist and former muay thai fighter.

Now Valentina Shevchenko is the UFC women’s flyweight champion.

After defeating Joanna Jedrzejczyk she became the UFC Champion. Before this match, Valentina also beats Joana three times in amateur Muay Thai bouts.

And now Valentina is considered one of the best female fighters in the world.

At the age of 5, Valentina starts her love by fighting by learning Taekwondo.

And then at the age of 12, she entered the world of muay thai.

And her kickboxing career began in the year 2000 and at age 12 she knockout a 22-year-old opponent and earned the name “Bullet” from her trainer.

She is a 16-time world muay thai champion and has won several amateur/pro muay thai championships.


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