Megan Anderson. Fucking Sign her Dana. Like Today.

Invicta Mixed Martial Artist Megan Anderson is easy to fall in love with – Tall and beautiful, exceptional in physique and muscle definition. Gorgeous Tattoos all over the goddamn place.  Most importantly though she can fight.  Megan’s professional record is 8-2. She lost on her debut as a professional fighter so we can forgive her that. She also lost her debut fight in the Invicta promotion to none other than Cindy Dandois. Cindy has already graduated to the UFC and the newly formed Featherweight division.  There is no reason  I can see,  why Megan shouldn’t follow on the same path as Cindy and Cyborg.

What is blatantly obvious is that she is a quick learner. Megan has 4 consecutive TKO’s in Invicta since that loss to Cindy Dandois. All 4 wins have come within one calendar year from Jan 2016. So this Girl is ACTIVE. At 27 she is also coming into her prime. She has a mix of wins in her professional career – TKO’s , Submissions and decisions and as such is a good all round  mixed martial artist.

Her full fight record is below

Megan Anderson

 

She has shown admirable composure in dealing with UFC questions and the spotlight especially around media circus at UFC209. Also she has shown due respect to Cris ‘Cyborg’ Justino  saying that the newly formed UFC Featherweight division is in a holding pattern until Cyborg books a fight. Megan is no hurry to force her own situation as she says

 “We’re all going to fight each other eventually”

At 27 she has plenty of time on her side.  It is understandable to a point that the UFC are looking at Cyborg as the person to build the division around but I cannot dismiss the circumstances in which she failed a drugs test and the subsequent retroactive therapeutic use exemption. Cyborg has called out Anderson in the past to have a Featherweight Re-unification bout but Anderson isn’t falling into that trap as of yet and I would imagine is concentrated on maximising her earnings potential and make no doubt about it that fight only makes financial sense if it takes place in the UFC.

With the creation of a new UFC division that should also create plenty of opportunity to bring in new fighters and most certainly the 6’0” Australian Knockout artist should be at the top of the queue

 

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