UFC Nunes vs Shevchenko 2 Poster and Hype Video

On July 8 Amanda Nunes will defend her title to Valentina Shevchenko in the UFC 213 main event.
Amanda Nunes (14-4 MMA, 7-1 UFC) is the face of Women UFC now and Shevchenko (14-2 MMA, 3-1 UFC) is looking to get the opportunity once again.  The two first met last March 5, 2016 at the UFC 196 were Nunes won via unanimous decision.
UFC 213 takes place July 8 at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. 

UFC 207: Nunes vs. Rousey Results, Hightlights and Bonuses

The return of Ronda Rousey only lasted 48 seconds after Amanda Nunes successfully defended her UFC women’s bantamweight crown at UFC 207 on Dec. 30 at the T-Mobile Arena in Paradise, Nevada. Nunes was clearly the superior fighter. Rousey threw some punches but got countered everytime until she got pummeled in the face. Ref Herb Dean stopped the fight to save the former champ from more battering. I saw no Ronda Rousey during the whole fight. The utterly dominant Ronda who even claimed she could beat Mayweather. Really I hope she becomes strong both mentally and emotionally and comes back still.

The trading insults at one another between Dominick Cruz and Cody Garbrandt indeed erupted into a five round brawl! Cody’s excellent game plan and dance moves were on display. He was landing big punches and took Dominick down during the first round. The left eye of the former champ was cut from a headbutt causing him to bleed in the third round.  Cruz was outclassed, taunted and danced by “No Love” to deliver an upset win and become the unbeaten, new world bantamweight champion. Both fighters were awarded $50,000 for Fight of the Night bonuses.

TJ Dillashaw’s performace warrants a title shot at 135 lbs. He used his footwork to outclassed John Lineker. “I want my belt. That’s my belt. He’s (Dominick Cruz) running from me. He knows I won it. I want my belt back”, The former bantamweight champion said after his unanimous decision victory.

Luis Smolka took 30% of Ray Borg’s purse as a penalty from not making weight. Borg with some heavy grappling and ground and pound took the win by way of unanimous decision.

The prelim fights were just as good as the main events. Jonny Hendricks dropped Neil Magny in round one but Magny was fighting on the ground with landing more strikes and triangle, stood up in round two. The no. 8-ranked welterweight got the head of former champion caught in a tight triangle again which was a near tap experience with numerous elbows. Close one. Magny edged Hendricks on scores after the three rounds. He also gets 20% of Hendricks purse. Hendricks missed weight for the third time.

Amanda Nunes and Alex Garcia were also awarded $50,000 for Performance of the Night bonuses.

The official UFC 207 results:

MAIN CARD (PPV/10 p.m. ET)

UFC Female Bantamweight Championship
Amanda Nunes def. Ronda Rousey at 46 secs of Round 1
UFC Bantamweight Championship
Cody Garbrandt def. Dominick Cruz via UD
Bantamweight: T.J. Dillashaw def. John Lineker via UD
Welterweight: Dong Hyun Kim def. Tarec Saffiedine via SD
Flyweight: Ray Borg def. Louis Smolka via UD

PRELIMINARY CARD (FOX Sports 1/8 p.m. ET)

Welterweight:  Neil Magny def. Johny Hendricks via UD
Middleweight: Antonio Carlos Junior def. Marvin Vettori via UD
Welterweight: Alex Garcia def. Mike Pyle at 3:34 of Round 1
Welterweight:  Niko Price def. Brandon Thatch at 4:40 of Round 1

PRELIMINARY CARD (UFC Fight Pass/6:30 p.m. ET)

Welterweight: Tim Means vs. Alex Oliveira was declared as NC (illegal knees) at 3:33 of Round 1

RONDA ROUSEY HEADED BACK TO OCTAGON TO CHALLENGE AMANDA NUNES

After UFC undefeated female champion Rounda Rousey suffered her first loss to Holly Holm. She was only on the sidelines for eleven months.

A new information was reported by Ariel Helwani few days ago that indicates she is coming back to the octagon sooner than expected.

Today, Dana White and the UFC announced that Rousey will challenge Amanda Nunes for the bantamweight title at UFC 207 in Las Vegas on December 30, 2016.

It’s going to be crazy!

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Amanda Nunes becomes the first ever brazillian women’s champion in UFC Women’s Bantamweight division after beating reigning champion Miesha Tate on UFC 200. Nunes win by submission (Rear – Naked Choke) in the 3:16 of the first round of the main event.
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Results of UFC 200: Miesha Tate vs Amanda Nunes

Biggest fight on the planet. The historic night in MMA world finally has happened.

Miesha Tate was not able to hold the Women’s Bantamweight title for long. Amanda Nunes beat her by RNC submission. In this method she defeated Holly Holm.

First three fights were knockout whoa which made this card more exciting to the viewers. It went a bit sloppy on Northcut, Dillashaw and Gastelum though.

Julianna Pena and Cat Zingano however were very likeable to watch. Johny Hendricks was somewhat struggling. Another loss was added to his record. What you guys think is next to him?

Cain Velasquez is back. He looked hungry beating someone inside the cage again. He was humbled and checked on Travis Brown after he was left on the mat. The Interim Featherweight belt was wrapped around Jose Aldo’s waist defeating Frankie Edgar with blood on  his face.

Brock Lesnar’s ground and pound was nice. Mark Hunt did not knock him out like every everyone thought.

Complete Fight Card Result:

Amanda Nunes dethroned Miesha Tate via RNC submission

Brock Lesnar def Mark Hunt in round 3 by UD

Daniel Cormier def Anderson Silva in round 3 by UD

Jose Aldo def Frankie Edgar in round 5 by UD

Cain Velasquez def Travis Brown in round 1 by TKO

Julianna Pena def Cat Zingano in round 3 by UD

Kelvin Gastelum def Johny Hendricks in round 3 by UD

TJ Dillashaw vs Raphael Assuncao in round 3 by UD

Sage Northcutt def Enrique Marin by UD

Joe Lauzon def Diego Sanchez in round 1 by TKO

Gegard Mousasi def Thiago Santos in round 1 by TKO

Jim Miller def Takanori Gori in round 1 by TKO