Former TMZ reporter Adam Glyn caught up with UFC women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes in the Big Apple on Wednesday, just a week and a half out from her UFC 232 co-main event fight against featherweight champion Cris Cyborg.
“I feel amazing,” Nunes told Glyn.
“Definitely she’s tough,” Nunes continued. “We know that, but I’m tough as well. It’s going to be a battle.”
When asked for a prediction in regards to the fight, Nunes said: “I don’t know. I don’t have a prediction. I know my hand is going to be raised, and I will walk away with the belt, but I don’t know how.”
Glyn then asked the 135-pound queen if the fight was personal. Both Brazilian champions have insulted one another on social media and at UFC press conferences.
“It’s just business for me,” Nunes said.
Later in the interview Glyn asked Nunes who she wants next if she wins the Cyborg fight.
Nunes replied: “I will win this fight. We can talk later about that. I’m focusing for the next one (meaning Cyborg).”
UFC 232 goes down Saturday, December 29 from the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada and is headlined by a light heavyweight title rematch between the returning Jon Jones and Alexander Gustafsson.