Rachael Ostovich pens deal to join Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship

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Four-fight UFC veteran, Rachael Ostovich has signed a deal to join David Feldman-led Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship (BKFC) following her December release from the UFC.

The Hawaii native suffered three consecutive losses prior to her release from the Dana White-led banner, most recently dropping a third round knockout loss to Gina Mazany at UFC Vegas 15 back in November.
The bare knuckle fighting promotion announced the signing of the 30-year-old this evening, in a post on their official Instagram account. “SIGNED!! Welcome to the BKFC @rachaelostovich.


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4-6 as a professional mixed martial artist from ten professional outings, Ostovich featured four times under the Shannon Knapp-led Invicta FC banner, scoring a 2-2 record during her time with the promotion.

Dropping defeats to both Andrea Lee and Christine Ferea, Ostovich would pick up a pair of split decision victories over both Evva Johnson and Ariel Black.

In her sole UFC win, Ostovich managed to take home a first round armbar victory over Karine Gevorgyan in December of 2017. Prior to her loss to the above-mentioned, Mazany last year, Ostovich suffered an armbar loss of her own to now fellow BKFC feature, Paige VanZant at UFC Fight Night Brooklyn back in January of 2019.

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