Amanda Nunes continued her dominance last night, putting out Felicia Spencer with ease as she took the W in UFC 250’s main event in Las Vegas to defend her featherweight title.
Nunes won the match by unanimous decision in a bout who’s better fighter wasn’t really up for debate. The judges scored the match 50-44, 50-44, and 50-45.
The fight did last for 5 rounds, but Spencer had clearly taken a beating long before end of that 5th bell. Nunes essentially conducted a near flawless performance and proved that she still remains on top.
“I’m not surprised. I know she’s very tough. I know what she’s capable of,” Nunes said of Spencer. “I knew if I have to go five rounds, I have to dominate. I have to be as sharp as a cactus.”
After having taken yet another victory and defended her class’s belt last night, Nunes now becomes the first fighter in UFC history to have defended her titles in two weight classes whilst still managing to hold them both simultaneously.
“I’m defending both belts. I’m the greatest,” Nunes said. “I’m so happy now. I don’t know what’s next. But I proved it already.”