Amanda Nunes dominates Felicia Spencer to retain title at UFC 250

Amanda Nunes and Felicia Spencer squared off in the headliner of UFC 250 fight card. MMA event aired live on pay-per-view from the APEX Facility in Las Vegas, NV on June 7.


The women’s MMA contest featured two-division champion Nunes, who put her featherweight title on the line when she faced challenger, Spencer. The championship encounter went a full distance.

It was all in favor of Nunes who put on a dominating performance, throwing kicks, overhands, spinning back fists and everything in between. To credit of Spencer, she was in a fight and survived all five rounds.

In the end, Nunes comfortably earned a unanimous decision: 50-44, 50-44, 50-45, and it was all friendships.

You can watch the highlight clips below.

Ultimately, Amanda Nunes made the first successful defense of her 145-pound belt, that she claimed against Cris Cyborg in December 2018 (full fight video here). In addition, she updated her record to 20-4. She hasn’t faced a defeat in over five years.

Felicia Spencer dropped to 8-2.

The complete fight results from UFC 250 can be found here.


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