Table of Contents
- 1. Elisabeth Clay Details
- 2. Elisabeth Clay Biography
- 2.1. Early Life
- 2.2. Athletic Beginnings
- 2.3. Dream To Represent the US
- 2.4. Moved to Oklahoma
- 2.5. Moved to Alaska and the Left The Olympic Dream
- 2.6. Discovered a New Passion in Mixed Martial Arts
- 2.7. Dedicated Training in Hometown
- 2.8. Joined Jordan Kontra’s Legacy Jiu-Jitsu
- 2.9. Moved to Ares Jiu-Jitsu Team Headquarters
- 2.10. Rapid Rise to Grappling Stardom
- 2.11. Forced Return to Alaska in 2019
- 2.12. Tremendous Achievements in Grappling
- 2.13. Earned Black Belt
- 2.14. Dedication to Grappling and Competitive Success
- 2.15. Rising Grappler of 2021
- 2.16. Elisabeth Clay’s Black Belt Gi Debut
- 2.17. Superfight Success at Subversiv 5
- 2.18. Dominant Performance at the 2021 Pan No-Gi Championship
- 2.19. First Black Belt World Title
- 2.20. Ranked in Women’s Professional, AJP Tour
- 2.21. Ranked in Women’s Professional, Abu Dhabi Grand Slam
- 2.22. ADCC Trials and World Championship
- 2.23. 2021 Pan No-Gi Champion
- 2.24. Bronze Medal at IBJJF European Championship
- 2.25. Grand Prix Champion at Polaris 23
- 2.26. Middleweight Champion at IBJJF Pan Championship 2023
- 3. Historical Fights of Elisabeth Clay
- 3.1. Elisabeth Clay Vs. Raiane Mara
- 3.2. Elisabeth Clay Vs. Kendall Reusing
- 3.3. Elisabeth Clay Vs. Vannessa Griffin
- 4. Main Achievements
- 5. Main Achievements (Belts)
- 6. Accomplishments
- 7. Elisabeth Clay Professional Record Breakdown
- 8. Elisabeth Clay Submission Method Breakdown
- 9. Elisabeth Clay Fight History
- 10. Top Fight Links of Elisabeth Clay
1. Elisabeth Clay Details
|Name||Elisabeth Ann Clay|
|Date of Birth||10th June 2000|
|Last Fight||26th March 2023|
|Last Weigh in||Middleweight|
|Weight Class Division||Meio-Pesado (74,00 kg / 163.00 lbs)|
|Career Disclosed Earning||N/A|
|Fought Out of||America|
|Foundational Style||Martial Artist & BJJ Instructor|
|Favorite Technique||Close Guard|
|Belt Rank||Black Belt|
|Awarded by||Osvaldo Moizinho & Samir Chantre|
|Head Coach||Osvaldo Moizinho & Samir Chantre|
|Lineage 1||Carlos Gracie > Helio Gracie > Francisco Mansur > Augusto Mendes > Osvaldo Moizinho > Elisabeth Clay|
|Lineage 2||Carlos Gracie > Helio Gracie > Carlson Gracie > Carlson Gracie Jr > Alan Moraes > Samir Chantre > Elisabeth Clay|
2. Elisabeth Clay Biography
2.1. Early Life
Elisabeth Clay, a rising star in the world of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, was born on 10th June 2000, in Texas, USA, and spent the first eight years of her life there before embarking on a remarkable journey that has taken her to the pinnacle of the sport at such an early age of 23.
2.2. Athletic Beginnings
From a young age, Clay was connected with sports and started gymnastics classes at the tender age of 18 months, following in the footsteps of her elder siblings. She quickly progressed to the competitive side of the sport and developed a strong passion for athletics.
2.3. Dream To Represent the US
Elizabeth Clay used to harbor a passion for the Olympics, as she has always dreamed of representing her beloved home country on the world's grandest athletic stage.
2.4. Moved to Oklahoma
At the age of 8, he embarked on a new adventure with her family, leaving behind the familiar comforts of home to start a new chapter in Oklahoma. Little did she know, this journey would change the trajectory of her life, hindering her from ever realizing her lifelong dream.
2.5. Moved to Alaska and the Left The Olympic Dream
After spending two years in Oklahoma, Clay's family settled in Soldotna, Alaska, where she continued her gymnastics training. However, the level of coaching and lack of ambition from the team caused Clay to abandon her dream of representing the United States in the Olympic Games. This was a difficult decision for the passionate young athlete, who had set her sights on the prestigious competition since she was a toddler.
2.6. Discovered a New Passion in Mixed Martial Arts
At the age of 12, Elisabeth began to search for an alternative sport that would satisfy her competitive nature. She found what she was looking for in mixed martial arts (MMA) at a small, local club. While training in all aspects of MMA, including striking and grappling, Elisabeth discovered her grappling preferences.
2.7. Dedicated Training in Hometown
Elisabeth Clay's dedication to grappling was unwavering as she started devoting all her spare time to Jiu-Jitsu, training under the guidance of coach Mason Ryder Spadafore. For four years, she honed her skills in her current hometown, Soldotna, Alaska, until she decided it was time to take her training to the next level.
2.8. Joined Jordan Kontra’s Legacy Jiu-Jitsu
In search of a more diverse practice room, Elisabeth opted to join Jordan Kontra's Legacy Jiu-Jitsu in Anchorage. The gym was affiliated with the international grappling team, Ares, which provided an excellent platform for her to showcase her skills on the international circuit. Under Kontra's guidance, Elisabeth's star continued to rise, and she won medals at the World, Pan, and ADCC trials.
2.9. Moved to Ares Jiu-Jitsu Team Headquarters
After demonstrating her potential on the international circuit, Elisabeth made the bold decision to move to the Ares Jiu-Jitsu Team headquarters in Modesto, California. There, she continued to progress and sharpen her skill set while training under two of the top grappling coaches in the nation, Osvaldo Moizinho and Samir Chantre.
2.10. Rapid Rise to Grappling Stardom
Elisabeth Clay's rapid rise to grappling stardom was nothing short of remarkable. Her dedication, hard work, and unwavering focus on her goals propelled her to the top of the sport. At the age of 21, Elisabeth was already considered one of the best female grapplers at her belt level, with an impressive list of accolades.
2.11. Forced Return to Alaska in 2019
In 2019, Elisabeth Clay was forced to return to Alaska due to family reasons. Despite this setback, she continued to make regular trips to the Ares base camp to train with her coaches and compete against some of the toughest athletes in the sport.
“Clay’s determination and drive to professional novelty never faltered, and she continued to make strides in her grappling career.”
2.12. Tremendous Achievements in Grappling
Elisabeth Clay's success on the professional circuit, particularly in No-Gi grappling, was amazing. Her victories over some of the top names in the sport earned her a reputation as one of the most promising young talents in the grappling world. Her tremendous achievements also caught the attention of elite coaches like Samir Chantre and Osvaldo Moizinho, who recognized her skill and dedication.
2.13. Earned Black Belt
Elisabeth's dedication to her craft paid off in November 2020, when she was awarded her black belt by her coaches, Samir Chantre and Osvaldo Moizinho. This was a significant milestone in her grappling career and a testament to her hard work and commitment to the grappling sport.
2.14. Dedication to Grappling and Competitive Success
Elisabeth's dedication to grappling paid off as she quickly excelled in the sport. She competed in her first Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu tournament at the age of 14, winning a gold medal. This success continued as she competed in several other grappling tournaments, earning a reputation as a formidable opponent.
In 2020, Elisabeth won gold in the International Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation (IBJJF) No-Gi World Championship, cementing her position as one of the world's top female grapplers.
2.15. Rising Grappler of 2021
In January 2021, Elizabeth Clay was recognized by FloGrappling as the "2020 Female Grappler of the Year," indicating her meteoric rise in the combat sport.
2.16. Elisabeth Clay’s Black Belt Gi Debut
In February of the same year, Elisabeth Clay made her black belt Gi debut at the prestigious Fight to Win 165 tournament. The newcomer submitted Maria Malyjasiak, ranked number two in the medium heavyweight division, via a toehold. Clay’s remarkable performance in her debut paved the way to earning her the Welterweight Gi title.
2.17. Superfight Success at Subversiv 5
In May 2021, Clay continued her winning streak at Subversiv 5 in Miami. In the Superfight, she submitted Andressa Cintra with a kneebar, demonstrating her versatile skills.
2.18. Dominant Performance at the 2021 Pan No-Gi Championship
In the same year, Clay participated in several major events and proved the proficiency of her technical skills. At the Pan-American Championship, she won a Silver Medal. However, she bounced back at the 2021 Pan No-Gi Championship, earning double gold at both the absolute and middleweight divisions. After that, Clay submitted renowned grappler Kendall Reusing in the final round of the Pan No-Gi championship. Clay’s 100% submission rate from the inception of her grappling career was a testament to her exceptional grappling technique.
2.19. First Black Belt World Title
In October 2021, Elisabeth Clay won the most coveted award of her grappling career- first black belt world title at IBJJF World No-Gi Championship. In the same year, she also won the Silver Medal in the No-Gi championship in the absolute division.
2.20. Ranked in Women’s Professional, AJP Tour
The highly competitive world of professional women's AJP tour of the 2021-2022 seasons saw Elisabeth Clay showcase impressive grappling feats, cementing her place among the top players in the United States. She ranked 4th in the USA.
Furthermore, her remarkable performance earned her a notable position in North America, securing an impressive 36th place among the continent's most elite athletes.
2.21. Ranked in Women’s Professional, Abu Dhabi Grand Slam
In the 2022-2023 ranking, Elisabeth Clay ranked 9 under the 70 kg division in the professional women’s AJP tournament.
2.22. ADCC Trials and World Championship
In April 2022, Elisabeth Clay competed in the ADCC West Coast Trials, where she reached the semi-finals but lost to Amy Campo. However, in September 2022, she competed in the ADCC World Championship replacing Carina Santi, faced Campo once again in the competition but lost by points.
2.23. 2021 Pan No-Gi Champion
All that scenario failed to demotivate the passionate grappler of Jiu-Jitsu. She came back with more power and dedication at the 2021 Pan No-Gi Championship. In The Pan No-Gi championship held in October, Clay continued to dominate the competition, winning her weight and the open weight in a row. Incredibly, she submitted all six of her opponents and won Double Gold.
2.24. Bronze Medal at IBJJF European Championship
In 2023, Clay won a Bronze Medal in her weight division of the IBJJF European Championship, showcasing her consistency of winning streak.
2.25. Grand Prix Champion at Polaris 23
On the night of March 11, 2023, Clay was summoned to showcase her immense fighting spirit at the prestigious women's under 66kg Grand Prix, hosted by Polaris 23.
Clay dominated her opponents through her fierce determination. She defeated Ffion Davies, Joanna Dineva, and Amy Campo in the tournament and emerged victorious as the undisputed champion of the tournament by winning $20,000.
2.26. Middleweight Champion at IBJJF Pan Championship 2023
On 26th March 2023, Clay cemented her status as one of the top grapplers by winning a gold medal in her weight category at the IBJJF Pan Championship. Clay’s latest achievement added to her already impressive collection of titles, and she continues to be ranked No. 1 in the IBJJF No-Gi black belt category.
3. Historical Fights of Elisabeth Clay
3.1. Elisabeth Clay Vs. Raiane Mara
The stage was set for an epic showdown at the IBJJF World Championship semi-final as two grappling prodigies, Elisabeth Clay and Raiana Mara faced off in a highly anticipated match. As the fight began, Raiana Mara wasted no time in catching Elisabeth in her strong grip, putting her on the defensive.
But Elisabeth's technical skills were not to be underestimated. With her eyes locked on victory, she fought tooth and nail to break free and gain the upper hand. In a thrilling turn of events, Elisabeth managed to catch Raiana in a heel hook, putting her opponent in a precarious position.
Despite Raiana's best efforts, Elisabeth's strong grip proved too much to overcome. She maintained her dominant position and continued to apply pressure with the heel hook until Raiana was forced to tap out, handing Elisabeth the well-deserved victory.
|2022||IBJJF World Championship||Raiane Mara||Win||Submission (Heel Hook)||Semi-Final||Medium Heavyweight|
3.2. Elisabeth Clay Vs. Kendall Reusing
The 2021 IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship final between Elisabeth Clay and Kendall Reusing was a spectacle that excited every spectator. The anticipation was palpable as the two grappling champions stepped onto the mat, ready to give it all.
Kendall Reusing made the first move, taking Elisabeth down with a thunderous takedown. But Elisabeth Clay's quick thinking and expert skills soon came into play. She managed to secure a close-guard attempt that completely turned the match on its head.
Despite Kendall's valiant efforts to regain control, Elisabeth's elite technical skills proved too much to handle. She expertly countered every move with precision and finesse, leaving Kendall scrambling to keep up.
In the end, it was Elisabeth who emerged victorious, submitting Kendall by an Armlock. The crowd erupted in thunderous applause as she was presented the title of IBJJF Pan No-Gi Champion.
|2022||IBJJF World Championship||Kendall Reusing||Win||Submission (Armlock)||Final||Medium Heavyweight|
3.3. Elisabeth Clay Vs. Vannessa Griffin
The IBJJF No-Gi Championship Final of the medium heavyweight division between Elisabeth Clay and Vanessa Griffin was an absolute stunner. The tension was high as the two fierce competitors faced each other.
From the very beginning, Elisabeth Clay made her intentions clear as she expertly caught Vanessa Griffin in her brutal chokehold, maintaining her dominant position. Vanessa fought valiantly to free herself from the strong grip of Elisabeth but to no avail. Elisabeth's technique and control were simply too much to handle.
As the match progressed, it was clear that Vannessa was in complete control of Elisabeth. Despite Vanessa's best defense and holding out to the triangle application of Clay, Vannessa eventually tapped out by the Technical Triangle submission. .
|2022||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Vannessa Griffin||Win||Submission by Technical Triangle||Final||Medium Heavyweight|
4. Main Achievements
|2016||IBJJF World Championship Juvenile||Gold|
|2016||IBJJF Pan Championship Juvenile||Gold|
|2017||ADCC American Trials||Gold|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship Juvenile Championship||Gold|
|2017||IBJJF Pan Championship Juvenile Championship||Silver|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship||Gold|
|2018||IBJJF Pan Championship||Gold|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship||Silver|
|2018||IBJJF Pan Championship No-Gi||Gold|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship No-Gi||Gold|
|2019||IBJJF Pan Championship No-Gi||Gold|
|2019||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||Gold|
|2019||IBJJF Pan Championship||Bronze|
|2019||ADCC American Trials||Bronze|
|2019||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Gold|
|2021||F2W Heavyweight Championship||Gold|
|2021||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Silver|
|2021||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Gold|
|2021||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||Gold|
|2021||IBJJF Pan Championship||Silver|
|2022||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Gold|
|2022||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||Gold|
|2022||IBJJF American Nationals Championship||Gold|
|2022||IBJJF American Nationals Championship||Silver|
|2022||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Championship||Silver|
|2022||AJP Grand Slam, MIA Tournament||Silver|
|2023||IBJJF European Open Championship||Bronze|
|2023||Polaris Grand Prix Tournament||Gold|
|2023||IBJJF Pan Championship||Gold|
5. Main Achievements (Belts)
|2016||IBJJF World Championship Juvenile||Blue||Gold|
|2016||IBJJF Pan Championship Juvenile||Blue||Gold|
|2017||ADCC American Trials||Blue||Gold|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship Juvenile Championship||Blue||Gold|
|2017||IBJJF Pan Championship Juvenile Championship||Blue||Silver|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship||Blue||Gold|
|2018||IBJJF Pan Championship||Blue||Gold|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship||Blue||Silver|
|2018||IBJJF Pan Championship No-Gi||Blue||Gold|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship No-Gi||Purple||Gold|
|2019||IBJJF Pan Championship No-Gi||Purple||Gold|
|2019||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||Purple||Gold|
|2019||IBJJF Pan Championship||Purple||Bronze|
|2019||ADCC American Trials||Purple||Bronze|
|2019||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Brown||Gold|
5.1. Black Belt Achievements
|2021||F2W Heavyweight Championship||Black||Gold|
|2021||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Black||Silver|
|2021||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Black||Gold|
|2021||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||Black||Gold|
|2021||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black||Silver|
|2022||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||Black||Gold|
|2022||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||Black||Gold|
|2022||IBJJF American Nationals Championship||Black||Gold|
|2022||IBJJF American Nationals Championship||Black||Silver|
|2022||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Championship||Black||Silver|
|2022||AJP Grand Slam, MIA Tournament||Black||Silver|
|2023||IBJJF European Open Championship||Black||Bronze|
|2023||Polaris Grand Prix Tournament||Black||Gold|
|2023||IBJJF Pan Championship||Black||Gold|
|2016||IBJJF World Championship Juvenile||1st|
|2016||IBJJF Pan Championship Juvenile||1st|
|2017||ADCC American Trials||1st|
|2017||IBJJF World Championship Juvenile Championship||1st|
|2017||IBJJF Pan Championship Juvenile Championship||2nd|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship||1st|
|2018||IBJJF Pan Championship||1st|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship||2nd|
|2018||IBJJF Pan Championship No-Gi||1st|
|2018||IBJJF World Championship No-Gi||1st|
|2019||IBJJF Pan Championship No-Gi||1st|
|2019||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||1st|
|2019||IBJJF Pan Championship||3rd|
|2019||ADCC American Trials||3rd|
|2019||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||1st|
|2021||F2W Heavyweight Championship||1st|
|2021||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||2nd|
|2021||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||1st|
|2021||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||1st|
|2021||IBJJF Pan Championship||2nd|
|2022||IBJJF World No-Gi Championship||1st|
|2022||IBJJF Pan No-Gi Championship||1st|
|2022||IBJJF American Nationals Championship||1st|
|2022||IBJJF American Nationals Championship||2nd|
|2022||CBJJ Brazilian Nationals Championship||2nd|
|2022||AJP Grand Slam, MIA Tournament||2nd|
|2023||IBJJF European Open Championship||3rd|
|2023||Polaris Grand Prix Tournament||1st|
|2023||IBJJF Pan Championship||1st|
7. Elisabeth Clay Professional Record Breakdown
|77 Matches||55 Wins||22 Losses|
8. Elisabeth Clay Submission Method Breakdown
|Submission Techniques||44 Wins||2 Loss|
|Choke from Back||2||0|
|Inside Heel Hook||4||0|
|Outside Heel Hook||5||0|
|Straight ankle Lock||7||0|
9. Elisabeth Clay Fight History
|2020||WNO||Chelsah Lyons||W||Outside heel hook||68 kg||SPF|
|2020||F2W 143||Kendall Reusing||W||Referee Decision||ABS||SPF|
|2020||F2W 147||Luiza Monteiro||W||Outside heel hook||70 kg||SPF|
|2020||WNO||Maggie Grindatti||W||Gogoplata||70 kg||SPF|
|2020||WNO 4||Gabrielle Garcia||L||Referee Decision||ABS||SPF|
|2020||Subversiv 4||Jacquelyn Gola||W||Inside heel hook||ABS||R1|
|2020||Subversiv 4||Tara White||W||Inside heel hook||ABS||4F|
|2020||Subversiv 4||Britney Elkin||W||Gogoplata||ABS||SF|
|2020||F2W 158||Rafaela Guedes||L||Referee Decision||70 kg||SPF|
|2021||Dallas Open||Melisa Cueto||W||Pts: 4x2||74 kg||F|
|2021||Dallas Open||Jennifer Case||L||Referee Decision||ABS||4F|
|2021||F2W 165||Maria Malyjasiak||W||Toe hold||70 kg||SPF|
|2021||SUBVERSIV 5||Andressa Cintra||W||Kneebar||70 kg||SPF|
|2021||NoGi Pan Am.||Bridget Mceliece||W||Toe hold||71 kg||F|
|2021||NoGi Pan Am.||Bridget Mceliece||W||Straight ankle lock||ABS||R1|
|2021||NoGi Pan Am.||Vannessa Griffin||W||Outside heel hook||ABS||4F|
|2021||NoGi Pan Am.||Maria Malyjasiak||W||Straight ankle lock||ABS||SF|
|2021||NoGi Pan Am.||Kendall Reusing||W||Violin armlock||ABS||F|
|2021||American Nats||Alessandra Moss||W||Armbar||74 kg||SF|
|2021||American Nats||Melissa Cueto||W||Straight ankle lock||74KG||F|
|2021||American Nats||Mayara Custodio||W||Straight ankle lock||ABS||4F|
|2021||American Nats||Janaina Lebre||W||Straight ankle lock||ABS||F|
|2021||Road to ADCC||Ana Vieira||L||Pts: 2x0||60 kg||SPF|
|2021||Pan American||Ana Vieira||L||Pts: 6x0||74 kg||F|
|2021||Pan American||Fernanda Figueira||W||Choke from back||ABS||8F|
|2021||Pan American||Bianca Basilio||L||Pts: 5x0||ABS||4F|
|2021||WNO Champ.||Rafaela Guedes||L||Referee Decision||ABS||4F|
|2021||WNO Champ.||Erin Harpe||W||Referee Decision||ABS||3RD|
|2021||NoGi Worlds||Jordan Patrick||W||Toe hold||71 kg||SF|
|2021||NoGi Worlds||Bridget Grace||W||Guillotine||71 kg||F|
|2021||NoGi Worlds||Bridget Grace||W||Kneebar||ABS||4F|
|2021||NoGi Worlds||Gabi McComb||W||Outside heel hook||ABS||SF|
|2021||NoGi Worlds||Rafaela Guedes||L||Pts: 10x0||ABS||F|
|2021||F2W 186||Thamara Ferreira||L||Toe hold||70 kg||SPF|
|2021||World Champ.||Izadora Cristina||L||Referee Decision||ABS||R1|
|2021||World Champ.||Chloe McNally||W||Toe hold||74 kg||SF|
|2021||World Champ.||Ana Vieira||L||Referee Decision||74 kg||F|
|2022||ADCC WC Trials||Jordan Patrick||W||Guillotine||60 kg||R1|
|2022||ADCC WC Trials||Joanna Dineva||W||Toe hook||60 kg||8F|
|2022||ADCC WC Trials||Helena Crevar||W||Kneebar||60 kg||4F|
|2022||ADCC WC Trials||Amy Campo||L||Pts: 13x0||60 kg||SF|
|2022||Brasileiro||Raiane Santos||W||Estima lock||74 kg||SF|
|2022||Brasileiro||Sabatha Lais||L||Pts: 0x0, Adv||74 kg||F|
|2022||Brasileiro||Carina Santi||L||Pts: 2x0||ABS||4F|
|2022||World Champ.||Fernanda Elias||W||Choke from back||69 kg||R1|
|2022||World Champ.||Thalyta Silva||L||Pts: 0x0, Adv||69 kg||4F|
|2022||American Nat.||Gloria Armas||W||Straight ankle lock||69 kg||SF|
|2022||American Nat.||Raquel Canuto||W||Pts: 4x0||69 kg||F|
|2022||American Nat.||Luciana Mota||W||Pts: 2x2, Adv||ABS||SF|
|2022||American Nat.||Amy Campo||L||Pts: 4x4, Adv||ABS||F|
|2022||American NGN||Nikki Sullivan||W||DQ||67 kg||F|
|2022||WNO 14||Beatriz Mesquita||L||Referee Decision||NA||SPF|
|2022||Grand Slam MIA||Ingridd Alves||W||Pts: 1x1||70 kg||4F|
|2022||Grand Slam MIA||Amanda Hening||W||Straight ankle lock||70 kg||SF|
|2022||Grand Slam MIA||Izadora Cristina||L||Pts: 5x2||70 kg||F|
|2022||ADCC||Amy Campo||L||Pts: 3x0||60 kg||4F|
|2022||NoGi Pan||Isa Reiber||W||RNC||66 kg||RR|
|2022||No-Gi Pan||Vannessa Griffin||W||Short choke||66 kg||F|
|2022||No-Gi Pan||Emily Fernandez||W||RNC||ABS||4F|
|2022||No-Gi Pan||Janine Mutton||W||Gogoplata||ABS||SF|
|2022||No-Gi Worlds||Ane Svendsen||W||Armbar||ABS||4F|
|2022||No-Gi Worlds||Luciana Mota||W||Inside heel hook||ABS||SF|
|2022||No-Gi Worlds||Amy Campo||W||Pts: 2x0||ABS||F|
|2022||No-Gi Worlds||Fernanda Figueiredo||W||Outside heel hook||66 kg||4F|
|2022||No-Gi Worlds||Rachel Ranschau||W||Inside heel hook||66 kg||SF|
|2022||No-Gi Worlds||Vanessa Griffin||W||RNC||66 kg||F|
|2023||European Open||Gabriele Schuck||W||Toe hold||ABS||R1|
|2023||European Open||Gabrieli Pessanha||L||Choke||ABS||4F|
|2023||European Open||Beatrice Fraux||W||Toe hold||69 kg||4F|
|2023||European Open||Vannessa Griffin||L||Pts: 8x6||69 kg||SF|
|2023||Polaris 23||Joanna Dineva||W||Triangle armlock||66 kg||4F|
|2023||Polaris 23||Ffion Davies||W||Toe hold||66 kg||SF|
|2023||Polaris 23||Amy Campo||W||Pts: 1x0||66 kg||F|
|2023||Pan American||Tamiris Silva||L||Pts: 0x0, Adv||ABS||R1|
|2023||Pan American||Raquel Canuto||W||Pts: 2x0||69 kg||4F|
|2023||Pan American||Thamara Ferreira||W||Referee Decision||69 kg||SF|
|2023||Pan American||Thalyta Silva||W||Kneebar||69 kg||F|
10. Top Fight Links of Elisabeth Clay
Elisabeth Clay vs. Thamara Ferriera | Fight To Win 186
Elisabeth Clay v Gabrielle McComb / World NoGi 2021
Elisabeth Clay v Vannessa Griffin / Pan No-Gi 2022
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