Amanda Ribas is hitting up the beach and showing off her body following her victory against Viviane Araujo on Saturday at UFC 285.
The 12-3 fighter left little to the imagination as she soaked up the sun and played in the sand while wearing a white bikini.
Amanda Ribas Hits The Beach
The UFC fighter shared some photos from her time at the beach, showing off her long tanned legs and abs while wearing a skimpy white bikini. Her long brown hair is filled with salt and sand as it has the perfect beach wave while she is looking into the camera and smiling ear to ear.
“Uma rankeada em 2 categorias muito feliz passando por sua timeline 🤍🙏🏼#9 strawweight #9flyweight @ufc fighter,” she captioned the post, which translates to “A ranked in 2 categories very happy passing through your timeline 🤍🙏🏼 #9 strawweight #9flyweight @ufc fighter.”
Fans Comment On Ribas’s Beach Post
Fans congratulated the now 12-3 fighter following her win, writing things such as “Number 9 🔥 you did such a good job!! Congrats again Amanda, enjoy your vacation!” and “Number 9 on the roster, number 1 in our hearts 🤓😂.”
Another follower chimed in, “So happy for your victory…te quiero Amandinha 😘❤️” as one of her fans commented, “Your beauty makes me melt!!😍😍🔥🔥❤️❤️.”
“You look amazing! Live it up!! 🙌🏻👍🏻👊🏻💪🏻🙏🏻❤️😊😍,” one of her followers commented.
While another fan expressed how much they rooted for Ribas during UFC 285. “I cheered for you a lot ❤️❤️❤️ ❤️ in this fight your excellent work congratulations team Ribas ❤️❤️🙌🙌🙌🙌,” they commented as another chimed in, “Very underrated in both, especially SW, where you should be top 3.”
What’s Next For Amanda Ribas?
Following her win against Araujo on Saturday, Ribas took the microphone and said, “For a fighter, we need to take advantage of this. So when I took the microphone, I was a little ambitious, but I think I deserve it, because my last fight was against Katlyn [Chookagian], and she was number two at the time.”
Looking at her next UFC fight, Ribas named a few fighters, including Carla Esparza.
“So now, in flyweight, I ask for maybe [up] until number five, and in strawweight, if the UFC thinks I deserve [it], maybe Carla [Esparza] or somebody good, [with] a good ranking,” she said. “Because there is a fight that we scheduled, but didn’t happen. So I’m here!”
After her fight on Saturday, Ribas was given a thirty-day medical suspension so there will be some time before she is back in the Octagon. In the meantime, she said she plans to continue juggling weight classes, moving between strawweight and flyweight.
“In strawweight, I am number nine. So I think I need to go more, because I want to fight for the belt,” Ribas explained. “In flyweight, I was number 15, but they cut me off of this. So I hope I can get more ranking in flyweight, and take the opportunity to fight in strawweight too.”
But until then, Ribas will be enjoying her vacation and her beach time as she relaxes and soaks up the sun following her victory at UFC 285.