Akshata Khadtare : Fighter of the week

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Akshata Khadtare is our Friday Fighter of the week! UFC 260 One of the most Dominant Female Fighters around in India’s MMA Circuit,  with an amateur record of 9-2. She is part of the much acclaimed Mumbai based Team Relentless. She has headlined back to back events at X1 International Women’s Fight Night. Her last win came against Suman Pal at X1 International Women’s Fight night 2 held in Pune on 28th August 2019. UFC 260

Akshata Khadtare has never lost a fight on home soil and according to Team Relentless head coach Jitendra Khare she is easily the best amateur female fighter in the country. We couldn’t agree more with this.

Akshata Khadtare is currently the most promising female MMA fighter in India. She is a multiple times gold medalist at National level competitions. Some of her accomplishments include, but not limited to,

This year she won gold at the 2021 National MMA championship – National BJJ gold medalist, 2017, 2018
– National MMA gold medalist 2017, 2018, 2019.
– 11 Wins-3 Losses in AMATEUR MMA
– Represented India at Asian Beach Games, Vietnam 2016,
– Bronze Medalist at the 2017 MMA World Championship, Kazakhstan
– Bronze Medalist at the 2019 MMA World Championship, Singapore
.This year she won gold at the 2021 National MMA championship
Akshata added another feather to her cap as she secured three medals at the Asian Jiu Jitsu Championship on the back of her recent success at GAMMA Asian Championship where  she had won two medals at the GAMMA Asian MMA Championship as well. At the event held in Kyrgyzstan. This year has been a major success for Akshata Khadtare. We hope to see more of her in upcoming events

From taking up MMA as a hobby to lose weight to becoming one of the country’s top female Mixed Martial Artist, what a journey it has been for the young Akshata Khadtare. We are excited to see her journey ahead.The MMA India Show wishes her all the best in her journey ahead.


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