Frank Mir’s Daughter Bella Wins Pro MMA Debut With Unanimous Decision Victory

The 17-Year-Old Mir Outpointed Fellow Pro Debutant Danielle Wynn At The iKon FF 2 Event On Thursday

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Bella Mir enjoyed a victory in her professional mixed martial arts debut on Thursday night.

Mir — notably the 17-year-old daughter of former UFC heavyweight champion Frank Mir — took on fellow pro debutant Danielle Wynn in a 137-pound catchweight bout in the co-main event of the iKon FF 2 event in Sonora, Mexico.

Being cornered by her father, the junior Mir was able to showcase her grappling game en route to a unanimous decision victory by way of 29-28 scorecards.

As a result, she is now 1-0 as a professional as she took to social media soon after.


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First pro fight in the books👊 I just want to thank my family and friends, all the zenith team, all the syndicate team, and my centennial team❤️ Until the next one😈 #future

A post shared by Bella Mir (@ladymir11) on Oct 23, 2020 at 1:50am PDT

Frank Mir ‘Beyond Proud’ Of Daughter

Mir was naturally proud of his daughter’s achievement as he heaped praise on her on social media following the fight.

“I’m so beyond proud of my daughter Bella,” the senior Mir wrote on Instagram. “When you’re 17 athletic talent does not always transfer over to mental strength. In fact, it can weaken it. She overcame adversity and now the world knows not only her talent but how strong her mind is. #FearLadyMir @ladymir11”

The future is certainly bright for Bella Mir, especially under the tutelage of her experienced father.

As for Frank Mir, 41, he is seemingly still competing — albeit not in mixed martial arts anymore — after he reportedly signed a contract with Bare Knuckle Fighting Championship last month.

Published on October 23, 2020 at 3:59 pm
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