UFC Vegas 37 Results: Ariane Lipski Defeats Mandy Bohm

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - SEPTEMBER 18: (R-L) Ariane Lipski of Brazil kicks Mandy Bohm of Germany in a flyweight fight during the UFC Fight Night event at UFC APEX on September 18, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC)

The third of three newcomers at UFC Vegas 37 on Saturday was German flyweight Mandy Bohm. After a couple of false starts with fights falling through last month, she was set to take on Brazil’s “Queen of Violence” Ariane Lipski.

Being honest, Lipski’s run in the UFC thus far has been rough. The former KSW champion felt like a killer coming in, but has posted a 2-4 record to date. She also entered UFC Vegas 37 off back-to-back TKO losses.

Bohm, meanwhile, started the night undefeated, having last fought for Bellator MMA.

A minute into the fight Bohm attempted to throw Lipski but it was Lipski that landed on top. Not much from either woman on the mat before Bohm pushed on the hips and got back to the feet. Lipski stunned Bohm with a right hand and followed up with a flurry forcing Bohm to tie up. Lipski landed some good knees to the body before they separated.

Both girls feeling each other out and using a lot of feints to start round two. Lipski was the first one to land which was a right hand over the top. Lipski threw and landed the right jab to the body while Bohm struggles to put anything together. Bohm continued to get something going in the clinch but Lipski was defensively sound. Thirty seconds left and Lipski dropped Bohm with a right hand off a knee to the body and ended the round on top.

Bohm finally showed a bit of urgency to start round three by throwing a flying knee. Lipski continued to pick apart Bohm at range and counter Bohm when she throws. Off a blind leg kick Lipski countered with a right hook dropping Bohm. She eventually stood up and let Bohm back to the feet. Bohm went for a sloppy takedown so Lipsko sprawled and got the top position back. They end on the feet with both trading knees.

Ariane Lipski def. Mandy Bohm by unanimous decision. (30-27 X3)