Video: How long can the UFC keep women's featherweight alive for Amanda Nunes?
Two-division UFC champion Amanda Nunes is apparently eager to defend her women’s featherweight title next. But against who?
Nunes (22-5 MMA, 15-2 UFC) regained the women’s bantamweight belt from Julianna Peña at UFC 277 this past Saturday, once again solidifying her position on the top of two weight classes.
The UFC originally created the 145-pound division around Cris Cyborg, who Nunes dethroned in December 2018. She’s since defended the strap against Felicia Spencer and Megan Anderson, neither of whom are on the roster any more.
So who could “The Lioness” possibly even defend against? And how long will the UFC keep the baron “division” around?
That was a topic of discussion in the latest episode of “Spinning Back Clique,” where host George Garcia was joined by Danny Segura, Matt Wells and Brian Garcia.
Check out the debate about the future of the weight class in the video above, and check out the full episode of “Spinning Back Clique” below.