Across The Pond Profile: Ares Fighting Championship fighter Manuela Marconetto

Across The Pond Profile: Ares Fighting Championship fighter Manuela Marconetto

Mixed Martial Arts in the land of the boot has burst into bloom with promotions like Bellator MMA and Cage Warriors having laid down their respective roots. In today’s episode of Across The Pond, you will meet a cobra of cleverness bringing out the inner carver in sending opponents to the chopping block for Ares Fighting Championship as the organization prepares for a breakthrough opportunity in the annals of women’s MMA. A professional mixed martial artist since May 2017 and representing GB Top Team under head coach and a well-respected euro-MMA veteran in Brad Pickett, Manuela Marconetto owns a 4-2 record through six pro contests with all four of her wins coming via decision. Marconetto has fought for various organizations over the course of her career as a professional MMA fighter including Combate Global and Bellator MMA. She is 1-0 under the banner of Ares Fighting Championship. Marconetto has gone to the scorecards in 100 percent of her appearances during her time in the professional ranks having four victories in her favor to show for it. The majority of Marconetto’s wins over the course of her pro career have come via a unanimous verdict.

At Pallas Athena women’s fighting championship 1, Marconetto faced Stephanie Ernessa and went on to defeat her via unanimous decision. She also defeated Claudia Diaz via unanimous decision in the main event of Combate Global. Then at Centurion FC, Marconetto defeated Danni McCormack via a split decision.

At Ares Fighting Championship 12, she defeated Mona Ftouhi via unanimous decision. The victory earned Marconetto the fourth decision win of her professional career. She also picked up win number one under the Ares Fighting Championship banner in the process. Errors can result in a rough chopping so clear the way for the carver’s knife unless the prospective foes wish to be carved up like meat through a slicer!

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