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Native name  Léna Ovchínnіkova
Style  Kickboxing, Muay Thai
Height  1.67 m
Draws  0
Division  Featherweight
Role  Mixed Martial Artist
Wins by knockout  2

Nationality  Ukrainian
Name  Lena Ovchynnikova
Career start  2006
Other names  Hunter
Stance  Orthodox
Weight  57 kg
Losses  6
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Born  Olena Serhiyivna Ovchynnikova April 22, 1987 (age 28) Dnipropetrovsk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union (1987-04-22)

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Oléna "Lena" Serhíyivna Ovchýnnikova (Ukrainian: Оле́на "Ле́на" Сергі́ївна Овчи́ннікова; born April 22, 1987) is a Ukrainian kickboxer and mixed martial artist who competes in the featherweight division in kickboxing and the flyweight division in MMA.


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Lena Ovchynnikova came to prominence as an amateur kickboxer and Muay Thai fighter, medaling at various national, European and world championships. She became a world champion in the professional ranks for the first time in 2009 when she won the ISKA Women's World Super Bantamweight (56.4 kg/124 lb) Oriental Championship and the following year, she added two more world titles to her mantelpiece by winning the World Kickboxing Federation (WKF) Women's World Super Bantamweight (-56.4 kg/124 lb) belt under both kickboxing and Muay Thai rules.

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She challenged Christine Theiss for her WKA world title in Dresden, Germany on November 20, 2010, losing by sixth round knockout. Ovchynnikova was then set to fight Jeri Sitzes in a match for the WBC Muaythai Women's International Bantamweight (-53.5 kg/118 lb) title in Haikou, China on December 18, 2010 but Sitzes withdrew for undisclosed reasons and was replaced by Li Xiao in a non-title fight. She defeated Li by unanimous decision.

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Taking the place of Cong Wang who pulled out of the fight, Ovchynnikova faced professional debutant Tiffany van Soest in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States on October 22, 2011, and lost by technical knockout after retiring in her corner with a broken hand at the end of round two. Following this fight, Ovchynnikova forced herself to use only her left hand during rehabilitation which later made her ambidextrous. The pair were scheduled to rematch on July 21, 2012, in Croatia, but it never came to fruition.

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Having amassed a perfect 8-0 record in mixed martial arts, Ovchynnikova signed with the Indian-based Super Fight League in 2012. She tasted defeat for the first time as a mixed martial artist in her promotional debut as she submitted to a rear-naked choke from Sanja Sučević in round two at SFL 1 in Mumbai on March 11, 2012. She then lost to Joanne Calderwood by unanimous decision at SFL 3 in New Delhi on May 6, 2012 in her next outing. Returning to Muay Thai, Ovchynnikova was expected to fight Emily Bearden for the IKF women's world bantamweight (-55.4 kg/122 lb) title at WCK Muay Thai: Nakamoto vs. Kitchen in Pala, California, US on August 18, 2012. Her opponent was later changed to Kealani Vanderleest in a non-title affair, however, and Ovchynnikova defeated her by unanimous decision. She was then set to compete in the Shoot Boxing World Tournament Girls S-Cup 2012 in Tokyo, Japan on August 25, 2012 and face Ham Seo-Hee in the quarter-finals but was pulled from the card due to problems between shoot boxing and Ovchynnikova's team and was replaced by Lisa Ward. She represented the WCK Muay Thai promotion's team against a squad of Chinese fighters from Wu Lin Feng at WCK Muay Thai: Matter of Pride in Las Vegas on November 11, 2012. Initially, her opponent was Tang Jin but was changed to Xifeng Tang. She lost by UD.

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In her return to SFL, Ovchynnikova beat Fathia Mostafa via submission due to a guillotine choke at SFL 16 in Mumbai on April 26, 2013. Back in the Muay Thai ring, she defeated Emily Bearden by UD to be crowned the International Karate Kickboxing Council (IKKC) Women's World Super Bantamweight Muay Thai Champion at WCK Muay Thai: Hot Summer Fights in Temecula, California, US.

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On January 25, 2014, she lost a split decision to Xing Jingnan at Kunlun Fight 1 in Pattaya, Thailand.


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  • Boxxtomoi
  • 2015 Boxxtomoi Muaythai Women's Championship
  • World Boxing Council Muaythai
  • 2014 WBC Muaythai Women's World Flyweight Championship
  • International Federation of Muaythai Amateur
  • 2010 IFMA Ukrainian Championships Silver Medalist
  • International Karate Kickboxing Council
  • IKKC Women's World Super Bantamweight Muay Thai Championship (One time)
  • International Sport Karate Association
  • 2007 ISKA Amateur European Championships Oriental Gold Medalist
  • 2007 ISKA Amateur European Championships Muay Thai Gold Medalist
  • 2007 ISKA Amateur European Championships Full Contact Silver Medalist
  • 2008 ISKA European Cup Muay Thai Silver Medalist
  • ISKA Women's World Super Bantamweight (56.4 kg/124 lb) Oriental Championship (One time)
  • World Kickboxing Association
  • WKA Amateur Women's World Championship (One time)
  • World Kickboxing Federation
  • WKF Women's World Super Bantamweight (-56.4 kg/124 lb) K-1 Championship (One time)
  • WKF Women's World Super Bantamweight (-56.4 kg/124 lb) Muay Thai Championship (One time)
  • World Pan-Amateur Kickboxing Association
  • 2011 WPKA Amateur World Championships Low Kick Gold Medalist
  • Kickboxing record

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