Amanda "MadDog" Lino
- Submission : 1 Wins - 1 Losses
- TKO/KO : 3 Wins - 0 Losses
- Decision : 0 Wins - 1 Losses
- Age : 27
- Height : 5'44" (1.66 m)
- Reach : 67,71" (172 cm)
- Leg Span : 37'79" (96cm)
- Stance : Orthodox
- BG Discipline : MMA
- From : South Africa
- Fighting out of : Ballito, KwaZulu-Natal
- Gym : KO Fitness
- Trainer : Rodney van Der Vlugt
- Submission : 10%
- Takedowns : 10%
- Striking : 80%
Pro Fight History
Manon FiorotEFC 83R5 Decision (Unanimous)–
Rizlen ZouakEFC 70R3 TKO (Punches)–
Jacqualine TroseeEFC 60R2 Submission (Armbar)–
Jacqualine TroseeEFC 47WinR1 TKO (Punches)–
Isabelle PareEFC 43LossR1 Submission (Rear-Naked Choke)–
Stephanie QuaileEFC 38WinR1 TKO (Punches)–
Exhibition Fight History
I wake up at 5:30 eat breakfast then head for a 10 km run. From there it’s to the Gym for a session with my personal trainer, and a yoga class. I also take time to prep all my meals as that’s a huge part of getting fit and on weight for my fight. Off to work until the late afternoon, then its MMA training and Jits in the evening. I add in classes if I feel I need to work on something more.
When & why did you start martial arts training?
I started MMA initially to lose weight and challenge myself. After a few classes I was hooked and from there have never looked back.
What ranks & titles have you held?
Amateur womens featherweight world champion & AFL featherweight champion
How did you get your fight name?
Coming from Ballito Bulldogs which we call the dog pound we all had dog names. And I guess that one just stuck, maybe it’s because I’m a little mad 😉
I’d have to say stand up is my favourite; I enjoy a good bloody slug fest!! (It’s a Bulldog thing).
Who are your heroes?
I don’t have a hero but if I had to say one it would definitely be my dad. He was an amazing father and he always supported me in anything I did throughout my childhood.
• First female in EFC to feature on the main card
• Defeated heavily toted international Quaile on her EFC debut
• Has been competing in MMA since 2012
• Won 2014 featherweight world champs in Las Vegas