Amanda Nunes to retire after ‘2-3 fights’

Amanda Nunes to retire after ‘2-3 fights’

Going into 2017, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes is riding the momentum of a dominant 2016, where she…

Following the fight, Nunes revealed her plans to reign over the women’s bantamweight division as a dominant champion, while expressing her desire to make a run at the women’s featherweight title, which will be contested by Holly Holm and Germaine de Randamie at UFC 208 in February. With that being said, according to Nunes, she doesn’t plan on sticking around for too long.

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