Next month, the women’s bantamweight division takes center stage at UFC 224 as champion Amanda Nunes enters the Octagon in search of her third successful title defense when she takes on challenger Raquel “Rocky” Pennington, who ran her winning streak to four with a lopsided decision win over former champ Miesha Tate at UFC 205.With Nunes and Pennington commanding the spotlight and poised to close out the show in Rio de Janeiro with a bang on May 12, there is no better time than right now to look back at some of the top performances from the ladies of the Octagon.
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