Nunes also believes she will make Ronda quit should she they ever find themselves locked inside the Octagon. Ronda Rousey continued to show her dominance as the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion at UFC 175, as she blitzed through Alexis Davis via a 16-second technical knockout in Las Vegas, Nevada (recap).
Aside from showing off her improved striking skills, which put Davis down for the count, "Rowdy" also managed to set her happiness free (see why here) and star read news >>
UFC women’s bantamweight competitor Amanda Nunes revealed that she believes she will be ready to face Ronda Rousey with a solid performance against the returning Cat Zingano at UFC 178. Although UFC 178 will mark the long-awaited return of top women's bantamweight competitor Cat Zingano, Brazil's Amanda Nunes will look to halt her opponent's title aspirations with an upset victory in their three-round contest.
Nunes, who is 2-0 in the UFC with stoppage wins over Sheila Gaff and Germaine de Randa read news >>
Don't be scared, homie homegirl.
Top women's bantamweight contender, Amanda Nunes, wants an immediate 135-pound title shot with a win over Cat Zingano at the UFC 178 pay-per-view (PPV) event, which takes place on Sept. 27, 2014 at a venue to be named in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Get in line, kiddo.
"Lioness" probably recognizes how crowded it's getting at the top and therefore understands how a finish might go a long way in convincing UFC matchmakers -- as well as the court of public opinion -- that sh read news >>
Cat Zingano will finally return to the Octagon on Sept. 27, but Amanda Nunes wants to ruin her title aspirations with a quick knockout at UFC 178 in Las Vegas, Nev.
Nunes, who scored a pair of first-round TKO victories over Sheila Gaff and Germaine de Randamie in her UFC appearances, sees Zingano as the perfect opponent to get her a shot at the bantamweight championship against UFC superstar Ronda Rousey.
"I want to show in this fight that I’m ready for Ronda and for the title," Nunes told MMAFi read news >>
Amanda Nunes sees her bout with former top contender Cat Zingano as a chance to cut in line, and once there, she has total confidence that she’ll be the one to dethrone UFC champion Ronda Rousey.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>
Things didn’t look good for Eric Kelly (11-1) in his bout with Rob Lisita (14-6), but a refusal to relent eventually earned “The Natural” a chance to score a surprising victory.Filed under: News read news >>
Cat Zingano looks to make her long awaited return at UFC 178
It's been over a year since Cat Zingano last stepped into the cage. In the meantime, she's been sidelined by an ACL tear and later a torn meniscus for over a year. Compounded with intense personal tragedy following the death of her husband, Mauricio Zingano, Cat's return to action feels like a much more important event than your normal story about a fighter coming off a long injury layoff. She was the no. 1 contender to the bantamweigh read news >>
Number one women's bantamweight contender Cat Zingano will make her long-awaited return to the Octagon on Saturday, September 27, as she faces Brazil's Amanda Nunes in a UFC 178 bout... read news >>
Cat Zingano will return to the Octagon after an injured knee kept her on the sidelines for more than a year. She will face against Amanda Nunes at UFC 178 in Las Vegas. read news >>
Brazil’s Rafael Nunes is 10-0 in his young MMA career and has yet to hear judges’ scores called out. He plans on continuing that streak tomorrow at ONE FC 18.Filed under: News read news >>
The former No. 1 contender for Ronda Rousey’s UFC women’s bantamweight title will make her return to the cage at UFC 178 in Las Vegas on September 27. Cat Zingano (8-0 MMA, 1-0 UFC), who has been out of action since defeating Miesha Tate at The Ultimate Fighter 17 Finale in April 2013, will take on Amanda Nunes (9-3 MMA, 2-0 UFC) in the Octagon when the UFC returns to the MGM Grand Garden Arena. Kevin Iole from Yahoo Sports first reported the news. After earning a coaching spot opposite Ronda Ro read news >>