Jessica-Rose Clark is an Australian mixed martial artist who competes in the women's Bantamweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.
|Born:||Jessica-Rose Clark, November 28, 1987, Cairns, Australia|
|Other names:||Jessy Jess|
|Reach:||66 in (167.64 cm)|
|Style:||Boxing, Kickboxing, Wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu|
|Rank:||Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu|
|Twitter:||Jessica-Rose Clark's Twitter profile|
|IMDb:||Jessica-Rose Clark's IMDb|
About Jessica-Rose Clark
Mixed martial artist who made her Ultimate Fighting Championship debut as a flyweight in November 2017. She previously won the FWC, XFC and Roshambo MMA bantamweight championships.
She did not begin attending school until the fifth grade, when she and her family settled down in Northern Queensland, Australia.
After $30,000 in belongings were stolen from her Las Vegas home, she turned to her social media followers to help her find the culprit.
She is the eldest of nine children. Due to her mother being frequently ill, she was responsible for raising her siblings much of the time.
In her UFC debut, she defeated Bec Rawlings via split decision.
Information related to Jessica-Rose Clark
- Australian practitioners of Brazilian jiu-jitsu
- Flyweight mixed martial artists
- Sportswomen from Queensland
- Sportswomen from New South Wales
- Bantamweight mixed martial artists
- Featherweight mixed martial artists