Amanda Nunes by the numbers

Amanda Nunes by the numbers

In anticipation of UFC women’s featherweight and bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes attempting her fifth title defense at 135-pounds this Saturday, December 14th at the T-Mobile Arena as part of UFC 245, let’s take a look back at her historic accomplishments and statistics that have led Nunes to be recognized as one of the greatest female mixed martial artist of all time.

Amanda Nunes By the Numbers

1 – Three-division boxing world champion defeated 
2 – UFC championship belts, first women to win two UFC titles and hold them simultaneously 
2 – Olympic medalists defeated 
4 – Successful UFC bantamweight title defenses 
5 – Performance of the Night bonuses (3rd all-time) 
6 – Current, former or future UFC champions defeated 
6 – Knockouts, most in UFC women’s bantamweight history 
7 – Knockouts, most overall in UFC women’s history 
8 – Finishes, most in UFC women’s bantamweight history 
8 – Fight winning streak, longest in UFC women’s bantamweight history 
9 – Finishes, most in UFC women’s history 
10 – Bantamweight wins, most in UFC women’s history 
11 – Bouts, most in UFC women’s bantamweight history (tied with R. Pennington) 
11 – Wins overall, most in UFC women’s history (tied with J. Andrade) 
13 – First-round finishes 
13 – Knockouts 
51 – Seconds, Fastest KO in UFC women’s featherweight history (vs. C. Cyborg) 
91.67 – Percent win rate, highest among UFC women (Over 10 fights – 4th overall)

UFC President Dana White on Amanda Nunes:

“Amanda Nunes has accomplished what nobody else has accomplished. It’s not just who she beat, but how she beat them. When you talk about Holly Holm, Valentina Shevchenko, Miesha Tate, Ronda Rousey, Cris Cyborg and potentially Germaine de Randamie (twice) – she is holding two belts at the same time, defending them both at the same time and cleaning out all of the former champions. One of the most feared fighters ever, Cris Cyborg, is actually the fastest knockout in women’s featherweight history. She knocked Cyborg out in 51 seconds. She is by far one of the greatest mixed martial artists of all time and definitely the greatest female fighter of all time.”

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