The main event of UFC 213 marks the first time in six years that a women's bantamweight title fight hasn't featured Ronda Rousey or Miesha Tate.
The mainstream world became acquainted with Amanda Nunes after she knocked out Ronda Rousey in the first round, but that was far from the beginning of her story.
Amanda Nunes continues to be a welcome earnest alternative to the loudmouth MMA fighter archetype that's so popular right now.
The UFC champ taught Desus and Mero how she defeated Ronda Rousey.
Ronda Rousey’s return ended in just 48 seconds and Cody Garbrandt broke Team Alpha Male’s losing streak against Dominick Cruz with an overwhelming performance to become the UFC’s bantamweight champion.
The biggest star in MMA has been silent leading up to her fight next week.
Despite the many strengths of Amanda Nunes, and the many question marks surrounding Ronda Rousey, the latter has been pegged as a big favorite ahead of their UFC 207 title fight.
The time has come for Ronda to get back on the horse. Will she return shell shocked like post-Cyborg Gina Carano?
UFC women's bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes has been ceaselessly calling for a battle with former champion Ronda Rousey. It's looking more and more likely that her calls will be answered.