UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer

UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer

It's been a while since we saw Amanda Nunes kick-ass but as a two-division champion she needs to show she can do it times and times again. This time we will see great action in UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer.

It's been a while since we saw Amanda Nunes fight a lot of stuff happened since than McGregor beat Cerrone, Ferguson lost to Gaethje in an interim lightweight title fight.

This time around Amanda Nunes arguably the best women UFC fighter ever is going to face her challenger, Felicia Spencer, in the main event of UFC 250.

What To Expect From Nunes vs. Spencer Fight?

This fight can go only 2 ways, Nunes winning by late 1st round KO, or 5 round decision win for Nunes.

UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer - Amanda Nunes 2 belts

Amanda Nunes means business!

I mean no disrespect but Nunes is at the next level to Spencer and pretty much any other women fighter in her favorite featherweight division.

Amanda Nunes is a well-rounded fighter that is deadly on the ground, agile, and with fists like two hammers.

Canadian native, Spencer is not so technical as Nunes and no stats play to her advantage.

UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer - Felicia Spencer

Spencer has shorter reach 68" (1" less than Nunes) while being 2 inches shorter and 10 pounds heavier (arguably making her a bit slower).

UFC 250 Nunes vs. Spencer should be a great fight. Find are some of the other UFC 250 fights and check out probably the best UFC women fight ever.


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