Amanda Nunes walked into UFC 224 as the women’s bantamweight champion and she had no plans of giving up that belt as she put on a dominant performance to defeat Raquel Pennington in Saturday’s main event from Brazil.
While Nunes is known for putting on a blistering pace to start her fights, she was more methodical during the opening round with Pennington as she concentrated on battering her opponent’s lead leg throughout the five-minute session.
As the fight wore on, Nunes started to pour on the punishment, with Pennington stuck standing in front of her thanks to a lack of mobility courtesy … Read the Full Article Here