Two-division UFC champion Amanda Nunes, fresh from 2019 bantamweight title fights with Holly Holm and Germaine de Randamie, will return to 145 pounds on June 6 to defend her UFC women's featherweight crown against top contender Felicia Spencer at UFC 250.
Widely considered to be the G.O.A.T. of women's combat sports, Nunes added the featherweight title to her collection in December 2018 with a 51-second knockout of Cris Cyborg, and when added to her previous wins over Ronda Rousey, Miesha Tate and Valentina Shevchenko, her legacy in the sport was secure. But after the bantamweight queen defeated Holm and de Randamie last year, she moves back to 145 pounds to battle Canada native Spencer, a former Invicta FC champ who has impressed in UFC wins over Megan Anderson and Zarah Fairn.
Plus, the bantamweight division takes center stage as former champion Cody Garbrandt returns to battle Raphael Assuncao, Aljamain Sterling meets Cory Sandhagen, and "Sugar" Sean O'Malley faces off with Eddie Wineland.
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