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Nicco Montano Family and Husband- Nicco Montano is an American mixed martial artist who last competed in the flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship know all about here.

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Full Name Nicco Rae Montano
Birth Date December 16, 1988
Birth Place Lukachukai, Arizona, United States
Nationality American
Ethnicity Dine, Chickasaw, and Hispanic descent
Father’s Name Frank Montano
Mother’s Name Connette Blair
Age 32 Years Old
Height 5 feet 5 inches (165 cm)
Weight 57 kg (125.66 lbs.)
Hair Color Brown
Education Arizona, Arizona State University, Mesa, Arizona,Fort Lewis College, Colorado
Profession Mixed Martial Art (MMA) Fighter
Stance Southpaw
Fights out of Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States
Coached by John Wood
Marital Status Not Married
Children None
Net Worth $250 K

Nicco Montano is an American mixed martial artist who last competed in the flyweight division of the Ultimate Fighting Championship. She was the inaugural UFC Women’s Flyweight Champion.

Nicco Montano Family, Parents

Montaño was born December 16, 1988 in Lukachukai, Arizona. Nicco grew up with her mother and her side of the family. In fact, Nicco, as a child, never got the opportunity to know her father personally. Moreover, Nicco’s father died when she was 18. Nicco’s father lived in Farmington, New Mexico. The father-daughter duo didn’t meet very often. But whenever they did, it would be at the gym.

She graduated from Chinle High School in 2006 then she attended Arizona State University, in Tempe, AZ before transferring to Diné College in Tsaile, AZ, and finally ending up at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado.

Nicco Montano Husband, Children

Nicco Montano Husband

Nicco Montano is not married yet and there is no any information is available on social media about her relationship and dating status.

Nicco Montano Net Worth

Nicco Montano is an American mixed martial artist has an estimated Net Worth around $250K in 2021.Nicco has talked about her experiences with poverty in several interviews. She earns good money these days because of her hard work. She deserves every bit of it and much more.

Professional Career

After an amateur career that saw her produce a record of 5–0, Montaño made her professional mixed martial arts debut in November 2015. Competing primarily for King of the Cage, where she won the KOTC Women’s Flyweight Championship, Montaño compiled a record of 3–2 before joining the cast of The Ultimate Fighter 26 in mid 2017.

Montao was announced as one of the participants chosen for The Ultimate Fighter: A New World Champion in August 2017. Montao faced UFC veteran Lauren Murphy in her debut fight on the event. After two rounds, she was declared the winner by unanimous decision.

Montao was pitted against Montana Stewart in the quarterfinals. After two rounds, she was declared the winner by unanimous decision. Montao faces Barb Honchak, the former Invicta FC Flyweight Champion, in the semifinals. After three rounds, she was declared the winner by unanimous decision.

Nicco Montano Fights

Nicco Montano was scheduled to face Valentina Shevchenko on September 8, 2018 at UFC 228.However, prior to the weigh-ins for the event, Montaño was transported to a hospital due to the effects of weight cutting and the bout was cancelled.Montaño was subsequently stripped of the UFC Women Flyweight title.

It was reported that on April 23, 2019, Montaño was suspended by USADA for 6 months for testing positive for ostarine from an out-of-competition test conducted on October 25, 2018. Suspension retroactive from November 15, 2018. She was eligible to fight again on May 15, 2019.

In 2020 Montaño was scheduled to face Julia Avila at UFC Fight Night 174.However, due to Montano’s coach John Wood testing positive for COVID-19, the bout was reschedule to UFC Fight Night 176.

However, Montaño tested positive for COVID-19 and the bout was moved to UFC Fight Night: Holm vs. Aldana.Subsequently, on September 3, it was announced that Montaño withdrew from the bout due to travel restrictions. In turn Avila was rescheduled to face Sijara Eubanks at UFC Fight Night 177 on September 12.

Montaño was scheduled to face Karol Rosa on February 6, 2021 at UFC Fight Night 184.However, for undisclosed reason, she was pulled from the bout and was replaced by Joselyne Edwards.

Montaño was scheduled to face Wu Yanan on July 31, 2021 at UFC on ESPN 28.However, due to Montaño missing weight by seven pounds at the weigh-ins, her fight against Yanan was cancelled.On August 3, 2021, Montaño was released by the UFC.