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Ariane Cristina Carnelossi is a Brazilian mixed martial artist who competes in the Strawweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship.

Carnelossi enjoyed soccer in her youth, having to give that up after struggling to find time between physical education college and working in a restaurant. When a muay Thai school opened right across the street from home, she immediately fell in love with martial arts. After so much time spent learning the art, Carnelossi's trainer told her how much she stood out and urged her to enter into a tournament. Eventually, this led to taking up jiu-jitsu and blending everything together in MMA, and debuting at age 21 in 2014 – coincidentally enough against fellow future UFC fighter Amanda Ribas.

After suffering a loss in her MMA debut against Amanda Ribas at Pentagon Combat 20, Carnelossi went on a 12 bout winning streak, winning 9 of 12 via stoppage. In the process, she also captured the Batalha MMA Strawweight Championship.

Carnelossi, as a replacement for Istela Nunes, faced Angela Hill on September 21, 2019, at UFC Fight Night: Rodríguez vs. Stephens.

MMA record: 14-2-0 / height: 5'2" (158 cm) / weight: 115 lbs (52.1 kg)


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