Amanda Nunes became the fourth women’s bantamweight titleholder in Ultimate Fighting Championship history, as she shredded Miesha Tate with punches and then submitted her with a first-round rear-naked choke in the UFC 200 headliner on Saturday at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Tate tapped to the choke 3:16 into round one, her reign at the top over after four short months.
Once Nunes trapped “Cupcake” on the feet, the fight was essentially over. She sent a series of straight punches crashing into Tate’s face, blood pouring from what appeared to be a broken nose. The Xtreme Couture rep retreated to the cage but found no refuge there, as Nunes continued the onslaught un...Read more