‘GOAT, hello from the top!’ Retired after Nunes UFC title defense

The greatest (GOAT) female fighter in mixed martial arts (MMA) history, ‘The Lioness’ Amanda Nunes (35, Brazil) retired from the top after her last hunt.먹튀검증

UFC women’s bantamweight and featherweight champion Nunes defeated Irene Aldana (35, Mexico) by unanimous decision in the UFC 289 main event bantamweight title fight held at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on the 11th (Korean time). squeezed

With a career record of 23-5 in MMA (16-2 in UFC), Nunes laid her gloves and two belts on the floor immediately after her victory and announced her retirement. “As of today, she’s tied Anderson Silva’s title fight record (11 wins),” Nunes said. “So it’s the perfect day for her to retire and start a happy life forever,” she emphasized.

“Her mother begged me for a long time to stop,” he explained. “I don’t think her mother could take it anymore.” She said of her retirement plan that she “will now live happily on the money she has earned.”

Nunes was UFC history. She started out in the women’s division and made her debut in 2013. She went on to become the 2016 bantamweight champion and the 2017 featherweight champion, making her the first female champion in both weight divisions. She is also the only UFC champion to have defended in both weight classes.

In her 11 years in the UFC, she holds the record for most wins in a women’s division (16), most title wins (11), most finishes/first round finishes (10),

It was hunting itself until the last match. Nunes pushed Aldana with powerful punches from the first round. Aldana, who had been pushed back from momentum, hit a straight right hand counter, but Nunes was unmoved.

From the moment the boxer Aldana’s best weapon didn’t work, the outcome of the match had been decided. Afterwards, Nunes mixed takedowns in the right place and took the decision victory without difficulty.

“I’m from an unknown town called Pojuca, Bahia, Brazil, but I’ve come this far. I’m the only Brazilian champion now,” Nunes said. He continued, “I hope that Brazilian fighters will work hard and become champions,” and asked, “I believe in you.”

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