Nicco Montano capped off one of the most incredible runs in UFC history as she went from being the No. 14 seed on The Ultimate Fighter to becoming the first ever UFC women’s flyweight champion with a unanimous decision win over Roxanne Modafferi on Friday night in Las Vegas.
Montano didn’t get handed the title by any stretch of the imagination, however, as Modafferi gave her everything she could handle over five competitive rounds.
The difference came down to Montano’s constant forward pressure, as she was an offensive machine from the start of the fight until the very finish, landing big … Read the Full Article Here