Joanne Wood

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Joanne Wood (née Calderwood; born 23 December 1986) is a Scottish professional mixed martial artist and former Muay Thai champion who competed in the Women's Flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Joanne Wood
Joanne Calderwood at UFC Brooklyn.jpg
Wood interviewed at UFC on ESPN+ 1 in 2019
BornJoanne Calderwood
(1986-12-23) 23 December 1986 (age 35)
Irvine, Scotland, United Kingdom
Other namesJoJo
ResidenceLas Vegas, Nevada, United States
NationalityBritish
Height5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)[1]
Weight125 lb (57 kg; 8 st 13 lb)
DivisionStrawweight (2012–2016)
Flyweight (2012–present)
Reach65.5 in (166 cm)[2]
StyleMuay Thai
Fighting out ofGlasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom
TeamDinky Ninjas Fight Team
Tristar Gym (2016–2017)[3][4]
Syndicate MMA (2018–present)[4]
TrainerJohn Wood, Firas Zahabi, James Doolan and Paul Mcveigh
RankPurple belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu[2]
Years active2012–present
Kickboxing record
Total21
Wins19
Losses2
Draws0
Mixed martial arts record
Total23
Wins15
By knockout5
By submission1
By decision9
Losses8
By submission5
By decision3
Other information
Mixed martial arts record from Sherdog

BiographyEdit

Wood first started Muay Thai training by accident. When she was 13, her younger brother was meant to go to a class with his friend, who did not turn up. Her mother asked her to go to keep him company. She fell in love with it and begged her mother to allow her to give up competitive swimming to do the two classes each week. This led to doing two sessions a day and spending all of her time training on her own between these sessions.[5]

She worked several jobs growing up, including one after secondary school that involved her helping children and people who were on ventilation machines, monitoring them in the hospital and assisting them when needed. But those were 12-hour shifts, which drained energy and made training difficult. She eventually found another gym, left that job to work at the gym and made a significant commitment to her training. "I had to make a decision if I wanted to keep fighting or stay in my job," she said. "I wanted to keep fighting."[6]

Muay ThaiEdit

Wood started in Muay Thai in 2000 and was named STBA Fighter of the year in 2009.[7] She is the current ISKA World Flyweight Champion, IKF European Flyweight Champion, the WKL European Flyweight Champion, and the WBC UK Bantamweight Champion, and is ranked #2 in the world by the World Professional Muaythai Federation. Her final Muay Thai fight was in September 2012 and she had earned a record of 19-2-0.[8]

Mixed martial arts careerEdit

Wood is Scotland's first professional female mixed martial artist.[9] She won her debut bout against Noellie Molina via TKO from punches in the first round.[citation needed]

She next fought at India's Super Fight League's third event, SFL 3, against Lena Ovchynnikova.[10] She won the fight via unanimous decision.[11]

Wood then competed at On Top 5, defeating Ainara Mota via TKO from punches.[12]

Invicta Fighting Championships and Cage Warriors Fighting ChampionshipsEdit

She next competed at Invicta Fighting Championships' third event, Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sugiyama, against Ashley Cummins on 6 October 2012.[13] Wood won the fight via knockout from a knee to the body in the first round.[14] She was awarded a Knockout of the Night bonus for the victory.[15]

Wood was scheduled to face Bec Hyatt at Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt on 5 January 2013 in Kansas City.[16] However, Hyatt was moved to the main event and Wood was instead matched up against Livia von Plettenberg.[17] Wood won the fight via unanimous decision.[18][19] This was Wood's debut on the main card of an Invicta FC event.

At Cage Warriors Fighting Championship 53 on 13 April 2013 in Glasgow, Scotland, Wood faced American Sally Krumdiack.[20][21] She defeated Krumdiack by first-round TKO.[22]

Wood was scheduled to face undefeated BJJ black belt Claudia Gadelha at Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg on 13 July 2013,[23] but Gadelha was moved into a fight against Ayaka Hamasaki after Carla Esparza suffered an injury.[24] Wood was then set to face Sarah Schneider.[25] On 23 June, Schneider also withdrew due to injury and was replaced by Norma Rueda Center.[26] Wood defeated Rueda Center via unanimous decision.[27][28]

On 7 December 2013, Wood faced Katja Kankaanpää at Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith.[29][30] She won the fight via unanimous decision.[citation needed]

Ultimate Fighting ChampionshipEdit

The Ultimate FighterEdit

On 11 December 2013, it was announced that Wood was signed by the UFC along with ten other strawweight fighters to compete on season 20 of The Ultimate Fighter, which will crown the first-ever UFC women's strawweight champion.[31] She defeated Emily Kagan by majority decision after two rounds to advance to the quarterfinals. She was defeated by Rose Namajunas in the quarterfinals via kimura in the second round. Despite her loss in the semifinal round fight, Wood was awarded a $25,000 Fight of the Season bonus for this bout.[32]

After TUFEdit

Wood's first fight after The Ultimate Fighter was against Seo Hee Ham at The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned Finale on 12 December 2014.[33] She won the fight by unanimous decision.[34]

Wood faced promotional newcomer Maryna Moroz on 11 April 2015 at UFC Fight Night 64. She lost the fight as she was quickly submitted via armbar in the first round, making this the first official loss on her professional record. [35]

Wood's next fight was expected to be against Bec Rawlings at UFC Fight Night 72 on 18 July 2015.[36] However, Rawlings pulled out of the bout due to an injury and was replaced by promotional newcomer Cortney Casey.[37] After being rocked by punches and nearly finished in the first round, she rallied back to win the next two rounds to earn a unanimous decision victory.[38]

Wood was expected to face Paige VanZant on 10 December 2015 at UFC Fight Night 80.[39] However, Wood was pulled from the fight on 28 October and replaced by Rose Namajunas.[40]

Wood next faced Valérie Létourneau at UFC Fight Night: MacDonald vs. Thompson in the first women's flyweight bout in UFC history.[41] She won the fight via TKO in the third round after striking Létourneau with a kick to the body and finishing her off with punches.

Wood faced Jéssica Andrade in a strawweight bout on 10 September 2016 at UFC 203.[42] She lost the fight via submission in the first round.[43]

Wood faced Cynthia Calvillo in a strawweight bout on 16 July 2017 at UFC Fight Night 113. At the weigh-ins, Wood came in at 118 lbs, two pounds over the strawweight limit of 116 lbs. As a result, she will be fined 20% of her purse, which will go to Calvillo and their bout proceeded as scheduled at a catchweight.[44] Wood lost the fight via unanimous decision.[45]

Wood was, yet again, scheduled to face Bec Rawlings, in a flyweight bout at UFC Fight Night: Werdum vs. Tybura on 19 November 2017.[46] However, on 7 November, it was announced that Wood withdrew from the event due to injury. She was replaced by promotional newcomer Jessica Rose-Clark.[47]

Wood faced Kalindra Faria on 25 August 2018 at UFC Fight Night 135.[48] She went on to win the fight via submission in the first round.[49]

Wood faced promotional newcomer Ariane Lipski on 19 January 2019 at UFC Fight Night 143.[50] She won the fight by unanimous decision.[51]

Wood faced Katlyn Chookagian on 8 June 2019 at UFC 238.[52] She lost the fight by a controversial unanimous decision.[53]

Wood faced Andrea Lee on 9 September 2019 at UFC 242.[54] She won the fight via split decision.[55]

Wood was scheduled to face Valentina Shevchenko on 6 June 2020 for the UFC Women's Flyweight Championship at UFC 251.[56] However, Shevchenko pulled out of the fight on 31 March citing a leg injury and the bout was postponed.[57]

Wood stepped in on short notice for Viviane Araújo to face Jennifer Maia on 1 August 2020 at UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan.[58] She lost the fight via armbar submission in round one.[59]

After the fight, Wood passed out backstage when getting checked out in the medical room. She was transported to a local hospital. Her heart rate dropped on the way there, but later stabilized.[60]

Wood faced Jessica Eye on 24 January 2021 at UFC 257.[61] She won the fight via unanimous decision.[62]

Wood faced Lauren Murphy on 12 June 2021 at UFC 263.[63] She lost the fight via split decision.[64]

As the first bout of her new, multi-fight contract, Wood was scheduled to face Alexa Grasso on 20 November 2021 at UFC Fight Night 198.[65][66] However, Grasso was forced to pull out from the event due to injury and she was replaced by Taila Santos.[67] She lost the bout via rear-naked choke at the end of the first round.[68]

Wood faced Alexa Grasso in a re-scheduled bout on 26 March 2022 at UFC on ESPN 33.[69] She lost the fight via a rear-naked choke in the first round.[70]

After the loss to Grasso, Wood was removed from the UFC roster.[71]

Personal lifeEdit

Wood was previously engaged to her former coach James Doolan until 2015.[72] She became engaged to Syndicate MMA head coach John Wood in October 2019,[73] and the couple were married in October 2021.[74]

She took up residence in Las Vegas in March 2018, having previously lived and trained in Montreal.[75][76]

Championships and accomplishmentsEdit

KickboxingEdit

Mixed martial artsEdit

Kickboxing recordEdit

Kickboxing record
19 wins (6+ KOs), 2 losses, 0 draws
Date Result Opponent Event Location Method Round Time Record
2012-09-02 Win   Jenny Krigsman Oran Mor VII Glasgow, Scotland TKO (stoppage) 4 19-2
Wins the ISKA World Flyweight (-51.8 kg / 114 lb) Championship.
2011-09-11 Win   Sally McCarthy Muay Thai Supershow Poole, England Decision (unanimous) 5 3:00 18-2
Wins the WBC Muaythai British Flyweight (-50.8 kg / 112 lb) Championship.
2011-06-18 Win   Laetitia Lambert Hostile Intentions 4 Hamilton, Scotland TKO 4 17-2
2011-00-00 Loss   Alexis Rufus Shin Kick Promotions Woking, England Decision 5 16-2
For the WKA World Championship.
2010-11-13 Win   Karla Benitez Barcelona, Spain Decision 16-1
Wins the WKL European Flyweight Championship.
2010-08-11 Loss   Melissa Ray Queen's Birthday Celebrations Bangkok, Thailand Decision (split)
For the WPMF World Featherweight (-57.1 kg / 126 lb) Championship.
2010-05-01 Win   Ferial Ameeroedien Power of Scotland 8 Glasgow, Scotland
2009-09-13 Win   Maria Curriki Oran Mor III Glasgow, Scotland Decision 5 2:00
Wins the IKF European Flyweight (53.2 kg / 117 lb) Championship.
2009-05-09 Win   Michelle Preston Ladykillers III Manchester, England Decision (unanimous) 5 2:00
2008-09-14 Win   Christi Brereton Oran Mor Glasgow, Scotland Decision 5 2:00
2008-07-13 Win   Pam McCarthy Master A's Show Manchester, England TKO 3
2008-05-18 Win   Simona Soukupova Woking Fight Night Woking, England Decision
2007-09-23 Win   Zoe Green September Showdown Motherwell, Scotland Decision 5
2006-05-28 Win   Kirsty Mack Chaos in Kirkintilloch Kirkintilloch, Scotland
2005-07-16 Win   Trish Carson STBA Barrhead, Scotland Decision
0000-00-00 Win   Bang Klang Stadium Bangkok, Thailand TKO 4
0000-00-00 Win   Sophie Bowyer TKO 1
0000-00-00 Win   Pat Strachan Scotland TKO 3
Legend:   Win   Loss   Draw/No contest   Notes

Mixed martial arts recordEdit

Professional record breakdown
23 matches 15 wins 8 losses
By knockout 5 0
By submission 1 5
By decision 9 3
Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 15–8 Alexa Grasso Submission (rear-naked choke) UFC on ESPN: Blaydes vs. Daukaus 26 March 2022 1 3:57 Columbus, Ohio, United States
Loss 15–7 Taila Santos Submission (rear-naked choke) UFC Fight Night: Vieira vs. Tate 20 November 2021 1 4:49 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Loss 15–6 Lauren Murphy Decision (split) UFC 263 12 June 2021 3 5:00 Glendale, Arizona, United States
Win 15–5 Jessica Eye Decision (unanimous) UFC 257 24 January 2021 3 5:00 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Loss 14–5 Jennifer Maia Submission (armbar) UFC Fight Night: Brunson vs. Shahbazyan 1 August 2020 1 4:29 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 14–4 Andrea Lee Decision (split) UFC 242 7 September 2019 3 5:00 Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Loss 13–4 Katlyn Chookagian Decision (unanimous) UFC 238 8 June 2019 3 5:00 Chicago, Illinois, United States
Win 13–3 Ariane Lipski Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Cejudo vs. Dillashaw 19 January 2019 3 5:00 Brooklyn, New York, United States
Win 12–3 Kalindra Faria Submission (triangle armbar) UFC Fight Night: Gaethje vs. Vick 25 August 2018 1 4:57 Lincoln, Nebraska, United States Return to Flyweight.
Loss 11–3 Cynthia Calvillo Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Nelson vs. Ponzinibbio 16 July 2017 3 5:00 Glasgow, Scotland Catchweight (118 lb) bout; Wood missed weight.
Loss 11–2 Jéssica Andrade Submission (guillotine choke) UFC 203 10 September 2016 1 4:38 Cleveland, Ohio, United States
Win 11–1 Valérie Létourneau TKO (body kick and punches) UFC Fight Night: MacDonald vs. Thompson 18 June 2016 3 2:51 Ottawa, Ontario, Canada Flyweight bout.
Win 10–1 Cortney Casey Decision (unanimous) UFC Fight Night: Bisping vs. Leites 18 July 2015 3 5:00 Glasgow, Scotland Fight of the Night.
Loss 9–1 Maryna Moroz Submission (armbar) UFC Fight Night: Gonzaga vs. Cro Cop 2 11 April 2015 1 1:30 Kraków, Poland
Win 9–0 Seo Hee Ham Decision (unanimous) The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned Finale 12 December 2014 3 5:00 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Win 8–0 Katja Kankaanpää Decision (unanimous) Invicta FC 7: Honchak vs. Smith 7 December 2013 3 5:00 Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Win 7–0 Norma Rueda Center Decision (unanimous) Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs. Cyborg 13 July 2013 3 5:00 Kansas City, Missouri, United States
Win 6–0 Sally Krumdiack TKO (punches) Cage Warriors Fighting Championship 53 13 April 2013 1 3:08 Glasgow, Scotland
Win 5–0 Livia von Plettenberg Decision (unanimous) Invicta FC 4: Esparza vs. Hyatt 5 January 2013 3 5:00 Kansas City, Kansas, United States
Win 4–0 Ashley Cummins TKO (knee to the body) Invicta FC 3: Penne vs. Sugiyama 6 October 2012 1 3:13 Kansas City, Kansas, United States Return to Strawweight. Knockout of the Night.
Win 3–0 Ainara Mota TKO (punches) On Top 5 2 June 2012 2 2:46 Glasgow, Scotland Catchweight (121 lb) bout.
Win 2–0 Lena Ovchynnikova Decision (unanimous) SFL 3 6 May 2012 3 5:00 New Delhi, India Flyweight debut.
Win 1–0 Noellie Molina TKO (punches) On Top 4 25 February 2012 1 3:13 Glasgow, Scotland Strawweight debut.

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Mixed martial arts exhibition recordEdit

Res. Record Opponent Method Event Date Round Time Location Notes
Loss 1–1 Rose Namajunas Submission (kimura) The Ultimate Fighter: A Champion Will Be Crowned 3 December 2014 (airdate) 2 2:05 Las Vegas, Nevada, United States TUF 20 Quarterfinal round.
Win 1–0 Emily Kagan Decision (majority) 17 September 2014 (airdate) 2 5:00 TUF 20 Elimination round.

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See alsoEdit

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