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Amanda Nunes became the strongest champion of women's weight at UFC by defeating Holly Holm

Amanda Nunes became the strongest champion of women's weight at UFC by defeating Holly Holm

Continuing to overcome a former champion, Amanda Lioness Nunes is gradually moving forward to become the best female martial artist in UFC history.

In the match with physical superiority and boxing ability, Amanda Nunes had an excellent start in the UFC Bantamweight female championship match against Holly Holm at UFC 239 on the morning of July 7th. The champion who didn't take much time to play his predecessor when she kept making Holly Holm embarrassed by combos that combined punches and high kicks.

In the last minute of the first half, Amanda Nunes, in a precise tackling situation, left Holly Holm vulnerable when reacting to his punches. The Brazilian female boxer throws a right foot kick right at Holly Holm's head, knockout the American opponent. Thus, once again, she successfully defended the Bantamweight class championship.

Commenting on his knockout phase, Amanda Nunes said it was a situation she had expected before the game: "I reviewed it during the warm-up, because I knew that Holly Holm could be caught with kicks", Amanda Nunes interviewed after the match.

Winning Holly Holm in the defense of the third Bantamweight belt of his career, Amanda Nunes officially became the only female boxer in the UFC to defeat all the previous champions in the two weight classes, including: Miesha Tate (win the title), Holly Holm, Ronda Rousey (protecting the belt), Cris Cyborg (won the Featherweight title).

In addition, Amanda Nunes has won twice the current Women's Flyweight champion, Valentina Shevchenko - with this feat, Amanda Lioness Nunes is closer than ever to the title of the best female boxer of all time.