UFC Bestows Ronda Rousey's Moniker on Amanda Nunes

Nunes is now the featherweight and bantamweight champion

For the first 10 minutes of his highly controversial return to the Octagon, Jon Jones looked nothing like the man who had been proclaimed the greatest fighter of all-time. He talks eventual shifted to Cormier and what Jones would like to do with his next fight.

What could have been a four-year ban ended up being reduced to 15 months after an arbitration ruling, clearing the way for Jones to headline Saturday's card, but an another issue arose last week when recent tests returned atypical findings.

"One of the things you guys know about me is, I don't wait for anybody".

The United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) said the small amount was from Jones' "prior exposure for which he was previously sanctioned".

Just six days after the UFC moved the entire show from Las Vegas to the famous Forum south of downtown Los Angeles, a capacity crowd watched another groundbreaking achievement by Nunes, the ferocious brawler who calls herself "The Lioness". He said "you suck" and asked for "better journalism", and the incident opened him up to a lot of negative PR from a variety of outlets.

"Come get a taste, I'm here".

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If the 33-year-old Brazilian had never proven her worth as a draw and dominant force, then not granting her a chance to get the belt back would be fair. "I'll be waiting right here". "I'm the new 'champ champ.' I said that before, and now I'm just achieving this dream". "We do that I'll be back at 205!"

With a flurry of devastating power shots, Amanda Nunes took an impossibly deeper dive into the history books by knocking out Cris "Cyborg" Justino in 51 seconds on Saturday.

Cyborg adds to a long list of all-time great names that Nunes has defeated in the past, including Ronda Rousey, Valentina Shevchenko, Meisha Tate and Germaine de Randamie.

Earlier in the night, British bantamweight Nathaniel Wood produced an impressive performance to beat American Andre Ewell via third-round rear-naked-choke submission.

"This is the moment that I waited for to make history and be happy with myself and be happy with what I am capable of", Nunes said during the post-fight press conference.