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Sally Krumdiack

Sally Krumdiack (born November 17, 1982) is an American female professional mixed martial artist. She is currently the Freestyle Cage Fighting Women's Super Flyweight (125-Pound) Champion.

She primarily works as a personal trainer and competes in MMA part-time.

MMA careerEdit

Krumdiack debuted in mixed martial arts on October 6, 2006 at Extreme Wars 5 and defeated Brittany Pullen by TKO six seconds into the second round. On November 18, 2006, Krumdiack faced Jessica Pene at a HOOKnSHOOT event and was submitted late in the first round.

Krumdiack faced Allison Duckworth at FFF 3 - War of the Roses on November 3, 2007. She won the fight by unanimous decision.[1]

Krumdiack faced Jamie Lynn Welsh at FFF 4 - Call of the Wild on April 3, 2008. She won the fight by unanimous decision.[2]

This set up a fight with highly-regarded former BodogFight champion Tara LaRosa at Extreme Challenge: "Mayhem at the Marina" on March 28, 2009. In a very competitive bout, Krumdiack eventually succumbed to a Kimura 1:45 into the third round.

Following a victory over Brandy Nerney, Krumdiack debuted in Freestyle Cage Fighting and captured the promotion's 125-pound women's title with a Unanimous Decision victory over Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc.

Krumdiack was invited to travel to Japan to compete for the all-female Jewels promotion at Jewels: "Sixth Ring" on December 11, 2009. She faced top Jewels star Saori Ishioka, but was controversially defeated when the referee mistakenly believed that Krumdiack had verbally submitted to an armbar. Krumdiack's camp launched an appeal, but despite confirmation of the error from ringside officials, the result has not been overturned.[3]

MMA recordEdit

Result Opponent Method Event Title Date Round Time Notes
Loss Saori Ishioka Technical Submission (Armbar) Jewels - Sixth Ring 12/11/09 1 2:45
Win Nicdali Rivera-Calanoc Decision (Unanimous) FCF - Freestyle Cage Fighting 10/24/09 3 5:00 Won FCF Women's Super Flyweight Championship
Win Brandy Nerney Decision (Unanimous) LMMA 2 - Lightning at Legends 6/6/09 3 5:00
Loss Tara LaRosa Submission (Kimura) Extreme Challenge: Mayhem at the Marina 3/28/09 3 1:45
Win Valerie Coolbaugh Submission (Armbar) MAX - MMA 6/28/08 1 N/A
Win Jamie Lynn Welsh Decision (Unanimous) FFF 4: Call Of The Wild 4/3/08 3 3:00
Win Wendy Roy Submission (Choke) All Martial Arts 2 3/15/08 2 2:27
Win Allison Duckworth Decision (Unanimous) FFF 3: War Of The Roses 11/3/07 3 3:00
Loss Jessica Pene Submission
(Arm-Triangle Choke)
HOOKnSHOOT: The Women Return 11/18/06 1 4:20
Win Brittany Pullen TKO (Punches) Extreme Wars 5: Battlegrounds 10/26/06 2 0:06

ChampionshipsEdit

Freestyle Cage Fighting Women's Super Flyweight Champion

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Porto Out-Points Akano in Fatal Femmes. SHERDOG.com (2007-11-04). Retrieved on 2010-02-12.
  2. Top Female Fighters Star in So Cal. SHERDOG.com (2008-04-04). Retrieved on 2010-02-12.
  3. Jewels: "Sixth Ring" Results. MMARising.com. Retrieved on January 24, 2010.

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