Why is Amanda Nunes in such a hurry to fight Ronda Rousey? Probably because the reigning UFC women's bantamweight champion, who captured the crown by submitting Miesha Tate at UFC 200 last month in Las Vegas, Nevada, was unimpressedShow More Summary
Straight from the champ's mouth... Amanda Nunes says she wants to get in the Octagon with Ronda Rousey as soon as possible -- if Ronda actually fights again. Nunes -- who just beat Miesha Tate to win the Women's bantamweight title -- was…
Despite holding the Strikeforce bantamweight title, as well as notching wins over Miesha Tate and Alexis Davis, among others, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) decided it's seen enough of Sarah Kaufman for the time being and did not...Show More Summary
It was seen as a chance for former Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s bantamweight titleholder Holly Holm to rebound after being choked unconscious by Miesha Tate. Instead, it turned into a coming-out party for Valentina Shevche...
Valentina Shevchenko stunned Holly Holm on Saturday night at UFC Chicago, unanimously outpointing the former UFC champion. Fighting for the first fight since losing the belt to Miesha Tate at UFC 196, Holm had losing scores of 49-46 from the judges. Her stunning knockout of then-champ Ronda Rousey...
CHICAGO – Holly Holm entered her UFC 196 title defense against Miesha Tate with a scorching trail of momentum stemming from her unforgettable knockout of Ronda Rousey months earlier. Now without the belt in her possession, Holm can take a step back and focus on (...)
In the lead-up to her UFC on FOX 20 scrap against Valentina Shevchenko, former champ Holly Holm watched from the sidelines as Amanda Nunes claimed the bantamweight belt over Miesha Tate. And, emotional investment aside, she had a different picture in mind.Filed (...)
After earning a win over Cat Zingano at UFC 200 (see it ), Julianna Pena called for a shot at the title, which is now in the grasp of Amanda Nunes following the Brazilian's first-round submission win over Miesha Tate on the monumental...Show More Summary
In the latest “The Thrill and the Agony” video, we head to International Fight Week and the week-ending UFC 200 event, which concluded with a pretty emotional in-cage scene.Filed under: News, UFC, Videos
Here's UFC ex-champs Holly Holm and Miesha Tate going full thespian in a scene from their new movie... and TMZ Sports is the only place you can see them in action... for now. Tate and Holm are starring together in an upcoming film…
With a win over Miesha Tate at UFC 200 on Saturday, Amanda Nunes earned the right to hoist up the championship belt, needing only 3 minutes and 16 seconds to take down the former No. 1 fighter. But with this weekend’s victory, Nunes entered the record books for something far more important than the power behind her punches or the speed of her steps. Show More Summary
Miesha Tate got her nose shattered in her women’s bantamweight title loss to Amanda Nunes and now she could be sidelined for 185 days.Filed under: News, UFC
Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) issued its list of injuries and medical suspensions earlier this afternoon for the mixed martial arts (MMA) fighters who participated at UFC 200, which took place last Saturday night (July 9, 2016)...Show More Summary
UFC 200 is in the books. The results are as follows, per Bleacher Report's own Craig Amos: UFC 200 Main Card Amanda Nunes def. Miesha Tate, submission (Round 1, 3:16) Brock Lesnar def. Mark Hunt, unanimous decision (29-27, 29-27, 29-27) Daniel Cormier def. Show More Summary
Ouch. Popular sports bettor "Vegas" Dave Oancea nearly put the sportsbooks into bankruptcy earlier this year when he picked Miesha Tate to upset Holly Holm and win the bantamweight title. Naturally, when you're on a hot streak, you don't...Show More Summary
Another weekend of fisticuffs has come and gone, as UFC 200 went down last Saturday night (July 9, 2016) from inside the brand new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. For complete coverage of the entire UFC 200: "Tate vs. Nunes" fight...Show More Summary
After a rollercoaster week filled with drama, UFC 200 is finally in the books. Whether or not the massive pay-per-view (PPV) event, which took place last Saturday night (July 9, 2016) inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada, actually...Show More Summary
Amanda Nunes beat Miesha Tate at UFC 200 on Saturday, becoming the league's first openly gay champion.
Oh God, it happened. I’d written multiple “what if?” articles about Miesha Tate and Amanda Nunes. I felt that it was a mistake for Tate to face Nunes. I think I knew in my spirit that we were going to get this outcome, even as I was trying to talk myself into seeing Ronda Rousey... Show More Summary
Amanda Nunes became the UFC’s first openly gay champion with her win over Miesha Tate at UFC 200, a fact that went mostly unremarked upon in the immediate aftermath. Is that actually a good thing, in a way? Danny Downes and Ben Fowlkes discuss.Filed under: Featured, News, (...)