Miriam Nakamato is a professional mixed martial artist, boxer, and kickboxer. She is a former WCK Champion of Champions Super Lightweight Champion, WMC World Lightweight Champion, and WBC Muay Thai World Lightweight Champion. Nakamato also won the 2010 TBA World Lightweight Championship, the 2007 WPMF Light Welterweight Championship, a Gold medal and a best female boxer award in the IFMA Muaythai World Championships.
Born on August 5, 1976 in Dublin, California, she began competing professionally in Muay Thai in 2005. She had a 16-0 record and was an eight-time world champion. She transitioned to mixed martial arts in 2012 and had her first fight at Red Canvas Fight Promotions where she defeated Elizabeth Philips.
Her next match against Jessamyn Duke became a No-contest match. She defeated Duda Yankovich at Invicta FC6 on July 13, 2013.Miriam Nakamato competed in the Bantamweight division and has a professional MMA record of 2 wins and 1 loss. Her last MMA fight was for the inaugural Invicta FC Bantamweight Championship belt. Nakamoto lost to Lauren Murphy when she injured her knee in the fourth round.
She stands 5’9” tall and weighed 135 pounds at her last weigh in. Nakamoto also has a professional boxing record of 2 wins and 3 losses.