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Women's Bantamweight Division

Not Fighting

Bea Malecki

Women's Bantamweight Division

4-1-0 (W-L-D)


Wins by Knockout


Wins by Submission


Wins by Decision

Bea Malecki

athlete record


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

Not Fighting
Place of Birth
Stockholm, Sweden
Trains at
Team Malecki
Fighting style
Octagon Debut
Jun. 1, 2019
Leg reach

Fighter Facts

  • Team Gastelum on TUF 28
  • Pro since 2017
  • One win by KO, two wins by submission (2 RNC)
  • Two first-round finishes


UFC History

UFC Fight Night (8/21/21) Malecki was knocked out by Josiane Nunes at 4:54 of the first round
UFC Fight Night (3/14/20) Malecki won a three round unanimous decision over Veronica Macedo
UFC Fight Night (6/1/19) Malecki submitted Duda Santana via rear naked choke at 1:59 of the second round

The Ultimate Fighter, Season 28
On episode six (Quarterfinals), Malecki lost a two-round unanimous decision to Leah Letson



When and why did you start training for fighting? I started training Muay Thai eight years ago for sport.  I quickly saw realized that I had a passion for the martial arts.  Thereafter, I pursued whatever challenges I could find, which led to me competing for the Swedish National Team in Muay Thai, and becoming a world champion. 
What ranks and titles have you held? In Muay Thai I am Swedish champion, European champion, and World champion. 
Do you have any heroes? My Brother is my hero.  I am his biggest fan. 
What does it mean for you to fight in the UFC? It means everything to fight in the UFC.  It is the biggest and most prestigious MMA event globally.  I have always prided myself on taking on the greatest challenges I can find.  My goal is to not only fight for the UFC, but to also become the first Swedish UFC World champion. 
Did you go to college and if so what degree did you earn? Yes.  I received my college degree in mechanical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden.  
What was your job before you started fighting? I was a college student.
Specific accomplishments in amateur competition? 1-0 in Amateur MMA
Favorite grappling technique: Rear naked choke
Favorite Striking technique: Everything.  I love striking. It’s my specialty