Across The Pond Profile: UFC fighter Sarah Alpar

Across The Pond Profile: UFC fighter Sarah Alpar

Throughout the sands of history, women have faced their own daunting set of challenges with a classic mixture of style and grace. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will be introduced to a fighter whose commanding presence could spell serious trouble for the foes that face her in the UFC. A professional since July 2011 and representing American Elite Mixed Martial Arts, Sarah Alpar owns a 9-4 record in 13 career bouts as a professional comprised of five decisions, two submissions and two knockouts. Alpar earned a contract with the UFC on week eight of season three of Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series in 2019. She has also competed with various promotions including Legacy Fighting Alliance.

In her MMA debut at XFL Rumble on the River 4, she submitted Mariah Reed in the third round via armbar. Alpar also defeated Erica Torres via unanimous decision. Then at King of the Cage Nightmare, she faced Monica Lovato and defeated her via split decision. Alpar also defeated UFC veteran Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger via unanimous decision at King of the Cage Heated Fury. She defeated Susy Watson via TKO in the second round at Sugar Creek Showdown Survival. Alpar defeated Jaymee Jones via split decision at XFL 26 Final Fury. At SCS 33 she faced Pamela Boveda Aguirre and defeated her via TKO in round one. Alpar defeated Joselyn Edwards Laboriel in her only outing with Legacy Fighting Alliance at LFA 55 via split decision to earn her fifth decision win as a professional.

At Dana White’s Tuesday Night Contender Series eight, she faced Shanna Young and submitted her via rear-naked choke in the second round to secure a contract with the UFC. The win also earned Alpar the second submission victory of her professional. Dangerous wherever the fight goes and having 13 professional contests under her belt means nothing but a series of sweet victories for the queen of the sooner state!

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