Rebecca     Ainscough

Women's Flyweight
Fighter's record
[W L D] : 0 - 0 - 0
  • Submission : 0 Wins - 0 Losses
  • TKO/KO : 0 Wins - 0 Losses
  • Decision : 0 Wins - 0 Losses
  • Age : 24
  • Height : 5'2" (1.60 m)
  • Reach : 58" (148 cm)
  • Leg Span : 38" (97 cm)
  • Stance :
  • BG Discipline : MMA
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  • From : England
  • Fighting out of : Liverpool, England
  • Gym : Titanium MMA
  • Trainer : Gavin Hughes
Fighter's Skills Breakdown
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Fighters Media

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Next Time on #TF2
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Next time on #TF2 – Episode 7
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THIS WEEK ON #TF2 – A DRAMATIC KO
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THIS WEEK ON #TF2 – QUARTERFINALS BEGIN
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Next time on #TF2 – Ep 4
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THIS WEEK ON #TF2 – TROSEE VS MARCAL
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The Fighter – Season 2 – Promo
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TF2 PREMIERES 26 APRIL
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TF2 TEAMS SELECTED
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TF2 CONTESTANTS REVEALED

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Fight History

Pro Fight History

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Exhibition Fight History

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Fighters Biography

When and why did you start training martial arts?

I always wanted to train boxing or some sort of fighting, since I was young.

How did you transition to MMA?

I began with MMA directly. I walked into an MMA gym and they just sort of offered me every class and next thing oyu know I was in a cage fighting.

What achievements, ranks and titles have you held?

Merseyside Boxing champ

How did you get your fight name?

I ran a poll on Instagram while on TF2… It was the one I liked the most.

What is your favourite technique, and why?

I just like punching people really.

Who is your hero, and why?

I am inspired by Michael Bisping. He just never gave up when no one believed in him and he managed to get to the top.

What other interesting information can you tell us about yourself (hobbies, work, fun, outside of gym)?

I used to play pro football, Now days I play for fun and ride motorbikes and or anything outdoors really. Even raves in caves.

What does it mean for you to fight in the EFC?

EFC is a great promotion that provides me fantastic opportunities and chances to compete against of the best athletes in the world.

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Rebecca   Ainscough