Megum Fujii (born April 26, 1974) is a top ranked Japanese mma fighter in the 115 pound division, and considered one of the best pouind for pound fighters in the world. Fujii is undefeated with a 21-0 record.
Fujii has won the Japanese Sambo championship, as well as being a two time Pam-Am Brazilian jiu-jitsu champ in 2004 and 2006. She also placed 3rd in the ADCC world championships twice in 2005 and 2007.
Fujii is trained by Pride MMA veteran Hiroyuki Abe and top heavweight mma fighter Josh Barnett. She also trains other female fighters, such as top ranked Hitomi Akano.
Fujii would come back to Japan to face a many different opponents from different countries, including Brazil's Ana Michelle Tavares, Korea's Dah Le Chon, and fellow country women Misaki Takimoto and Keiko Tamai. In what is a signature moment in Fujii's career, she would submit Australian Serin Murray in an ankle lock, breaking her ankle.
Fujii would continue her streak in Tokyo throughout 2008 and 2009, creating a streak of submission wins (mostly by armbar) against some of the top females in the 115 pound division; including Saori Ishioka and "Windy" Tomoi Sunaba.
Fujii would sign to Bellator MMA in 2010, and defeated Sarah Schneider in a special attraction match in June. This would be first time Fujii would win by tko.
Fujii would enter the Bellator 115 pound tournament, which pitted the top 115 pound females in the world against each other for the Bellator women's title. Fujii would win her opening round match verses wrestler Carla Esparza.