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#5 Women's Bantamweight Division


Macy Chiasson

Women's Bantamweight Division

11-3-0 (W-L-D)


Wins by Knockout


Wins by Submission


First Round Finishes

Macy Chiasson

athlete record


Learn more about Macy Chiasson's UFC history, fighter facts, and Q&A below.

Place of Birth
United States
Trains at
Fortis MMA
Fighting style
Octagon Debut
Nov. 30, 2018
Leg reach
  • Team Gastelum on TUF 28
  • Pro since 2017
  • Three wins by submission (2 RNC, armbar), three by KO
  • Three first round finishes
  • Seven fights at bantamweight (5-2)
  • Had 1-0 record in Invicta FC

UFC 303 (6/29/24) Chiasson defeated Mayra Bueno Silva via TKO (doctor stoppage) at 1:58 of the second round

UFC Fight Night (3/16/24) Chiasson submitted Pannie Kianzad via rear naked choke at 3:54 of the first round 

UFC 279 (9/10/22) Chiasson was knocked out by Irene Aldana at 2:21 of the third round

UFC 274 (5/7/22) Chiasson won a three round split decision over Norma Dumont

UFC Fight Night (12/18/21) Chiasson was submitted by Raquel Pennington via guillotine choke at 3:07 of the second round

UFC on ESPN (3/20/21) Chiasson won a three round unanimous decision over Marion Reneau  

UFC Fight Night (2/15/20) Chiasson won a three round unanimous decision over Shanna Young

UFC Fight Night (9/28/19) Chiasson lost a three round unanimous decision to Lina Lansberg

UFC Fight Night (5/4/19) Chiasson stopped Sarah Moras via strikes at 2:22 of the second round

UFC 235 (3/2/19) Chiasson stopped Gina Mazany via strikes at 1:49 of the first round

TUF 28 Finale (11/30/18) Chiasson submitted Pannie Kianzad via rear naked choke at 2:11 of the second round to win the TUF 28 featherweight title


The Ultimate Fighter, Season 28

On episode 12 (semifinals), Chiasson stopped Leah Letson via strikes in the first round

On episode eight (quarterfinals), Chiasson stopped Larissa Pacheco via strikes in the first round

When and why did you start training for fighting? I came across a self-defense gym, Krav Maga, around 2011 and trained while I was in college. About a year or so into training I got around to watching MMA and particularly Invicta FC. I was extremely intrigued and driven by all the women in the organization. I found myself training every day and had this gut feeling that this was the sport I was meant to pursue. Never in my life have I been so motivated, so addicted to a sport. It’s in my blood.

What ranks and titles have you held? Ranked #1 women’s pound-4-pound in Louisiana, TUF 28 contestant and finalist, IBJJF WORLDS 3rd place 

Do you have any heroes? My hero has always been my mother. Her work ethic and love is what pushes me to pursue the things I am most passionate for in life.

What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? Fighting in the UFC is proof of my legacy. The legacy I was born with. 

Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? I graduated from The University of New Orleans with a Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences and studies in Civil Engineering.

What was your job before you started fighting? I was attending college when I first started fighting, but was an instructor at Triumph Krav Maga through all of my college years and post as well.

Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? All amateur wins by KO or submission. First and only 155lbs RMMA Louisiana Champion. Undefeated in Kickboxing. Undefeated in Boxing

Ranks in any martial arts styles: Purple belt jiu-jitsu, brown belt Krav Maga

Favorite grappling technique: Kimura from guard. 

Favorite Striking technique: Lead leg head kicks and lead hooks.