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    Women&#;s Featherweight Title Bout

    Amanda Nunes

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    Felicia Spencer

    Method

    Decision - Unanimous

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    Decision - Unanimous

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    Bantamweight Bout

    Raphael Assuncao

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    Cody Garbrandt

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    Bantamweight Bout

    Aljamain Sterling

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    Cory Sandhagen

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    Welterweight Bout

    Neil Magny

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    Anthony Rocco Martin

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    Decision - Unanimous

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    Bantamweight Bout

    Eddie Wineland

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    Sean O&#;Malley

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UFC is taking place at the organization’s Apex facility in Las Vegas on Saturday, June 6th. This marks the first UFC PPV event in Las Vegas since the company restarted its events during the Covid pandemic.

The card is headlined by Amanda Nunes defending her featherweight title against Felicia Spencer. Raphael Assuncao and Cody Garbrandt are squaring off in a bantamweight bout some are calling a co-main event.

There are five fights on the main card, four on the preliminary card, and three on the early preliminary card. Ian Heinisch and Gerald Meerschaert almost didn’t happen on the preliminary card, but things were cleared up with Heinisch’s corner man, and the fight is back on.

We’ll be tracking all the results tonight, providing the winner and how they secured their victory. Follow along throughout the evening!

Evan Dunham vs. Herbert Burns

Winner: Herbert Burns
Winning method: Submission (rear naked choke) at of Round 1.

Alonzo Menifield vs. Devin Clark

Winner: Devin Clark
Winning method: Devin Clark wins by unanimous decision (, , ).

Jussier Formiga vs. Alex Perez

Winner: Alex Perez
Winning method: Alex Perez wins by TKO (calf kicks) at in the first round.

Charles Byrd vs. Maki Pitolo

Winner: Maki Pitolo
Winning method: Maki Pitolo wins by TKO at in the second round.

Cody Stamann vs. Brian Kelleher

Winner: Cody Stamann
Winning method: Cody Stamann wins by unanimous decision (, , ).

Ian Heinisch vs. Gerald Meerschaert

Winner: Ian Heinisch
Winning method: Ian Heinisch wins by TKO at in the first round.

Chase Hooper vs. Alex Caceres

Winner: Alex Caceres
Winning method: Alex Caceres wins by unanimous decision (, , ).

Sean O’Malley vs. Eddie Wineland

Winner: Sean O’Malley
Winning method: Sean O’Malley wins by knockout at of the first round.

Neil Magny vs. Anthony Rocco Martin

Winner: Neil Magny
Winning method: Neil Magny wins by unanimous decision (, , ).

Cory Sandhagen vs. Aljamain Sterling

Winner: Aljamain Sterling
Winning method: Aljamain Sterling wins by submission (rear naked choke) at of the first round.

Cody Garbrandt vs. Raphael Assuncao

Winner: Cody Garbrandt
Winning method: Cody Garbrandt wins by knockout at of the second round.

Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer

Winner: Amanda Nunes
Winning method: Amanda Nunes wins by unanimous decision (, , ).

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UFC results, highlights: Amanda Nunes pummels Felicia Spencer for wide decision win to retain

Amanda Nunes entered the Octagon at UFC as a massive favorite in her main event featherweight title defense against Felicia Spencer. Nunes, unquestionably the greatest fighter in the history of women's mixed martial arts, showed exactly why over the course of 25 minutes in dominating Spencer to retain her featherweight title and further cement her legacy as the G.O.A.T.

Nunes, who also holds the UFC bantamweight championship, wasted little time establishing her dominance in the fight, throwing a variety of strikes and landing almost every one of them. Spencer's best path to victory coming into the fight seemed to be working the grappling game. She attempted seven takedowns and succeeded on none. Meanwhile, Nunes scored six takedowns of her own across the five rounds of action.

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As the minutes ticked by, Nunes' strikes left Spencer with cuts under her eyes and on her scalp as well as a massive hematoma on her forehead. Spencer was incredibly tough in hanging in through the fight, trying from the opening bell to make something happen, but there is no one in MMA on Nunes' level.

That fact showed as Nunes dominated on the feet, landing kicks, elbows and punches at will, outlanding Spencer in significant strikes. She also dominated on the ground, controlling positioning and nearly finishing submissions. The only flaw in her performance was the lack of a finish, something Nunes said did not surprise her given Spencer's toughness.

"I'm not surprised, I know she's very tough," Nunes said after her win. "I said in all my interviews, I know what she's capable of. I studied her and know she's tough."

The question now becomes: What is left for Nunes? She has effectively cleared out two divisions and challengers like Spencer are clearly not up to the level of facing the champion.

"You know, I don't know [who is next]," Nunes said. "That was my goal, defending my two belts at the same time. I'm with the greats. I'm so happy right now. I don't know what's next. I'm very proud of myself and my team."

Elsewhere on the card, bantamweights seized the day with three emphatic highlight-reel finishes. First it was 'Suga' Sean O'Malley scoring a walk-off knockout over Eddie Wineland where he refused to follow up with any shots. Then Aljamain Sterling made quick work of another top contender in Cory Sandhagen with a vicious rear naked choke that left Sandhagen out cold. Finally, former champ Cody Garbrandt announced he was back with a second-round TKO of Raphael Assuncao as the horn sounded. 

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UFC card and results

  • Amanda Nunes (c) def. Felicia Spencer via unanimous decision (, , )
  • Cody Garbrandt def. Raphael Assuncao via second-round knockout (punch)
  • Aljamain Sterling def. Cory Sandhagen via first-round submission (rear naked choke)
  • Neil Magny def. Anthony Rocco Martin via unanimous decision (, , )
  • Sean O'Malley def. Eddie Wineland via first-round knockout (punch)
  • Alex Caceres def. Chase Hooper via unanimous decision (, , )
  • Ian Heinisch def. Gerald Meerschaert via first-round TKO (punches)
  • Cody Stamann def. Brian Kelleher via unanimous decision (, , )
  • Maki Pitolo def. Charles Byrd via second-round TKO (punches)
  • Alex Perez def. Jussier Formiga via first-round TKO (leg kicks)
  • Devin Clark def. Alonzo Menifield via unanimous decision (, , )
  • Herbert Burns def. Evan Dunham via first-round submission (rear-naked choke)

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Nunes lands a series of punches and scores a takedown. Spencer gets back up, Nunes throws her back down. Spencer is going to make it to the final horn, but Nunes won every second of those five rounds.

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Spencer tells the doctor she wants to keep fighting and they continue with 52 seconds left.

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Spencer gets back to her feet and referee Herb Dean calls for the doctor to look her over.

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Nunes disengages from the ground game and Spencer butt scoots forward throwing kicks at Nunes' knees.

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Nunes drops more elbows to the face of Spencer.

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Spencer has Nunes in her guard and she's trying to make something happen, but Nunes is staying tight and safe.

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Spencer has a massive hematoma on her forehead, is cut in multiple spots and her leg is showing a lot of wear from Nunes' kicks.

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Spencer tries for the takedown again and Nunes defends again. Spencer has failed on all seven of her takedown attempts. Nunes turns her over and is in side control.

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Spencer walks forward throwing punches and gets clipped again. Nunes is doing anything and everything she wants.

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Spencer's corner throws her back out for the final round.

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Nunes with a few big right hands and Spencer takes them and walks forward into some more big shots. Spencer tries for a takedown, Nunes avoids and is on her back throwing strikes, now Nunes goes for a rear-naked choke but time runs out in the round.

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Nunes with a leg kick and a two-punch combination and Spencer felt all three strikes.

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A couple of UFC notes. Karl Roberson is out of a scheduled fight with Nick Maximov due to weight-cutting issues. Cody Brundage, who was actually supposed to fight on Contender Series on Oct. 5, will now step in on super short notice and fight Maximov. MMA DNA was first to report the news. Also, a scheduled bout between Mayra Bueno Silva and Manon Fiorot has been postponed to Oct. 16 due to COVID protocols. Brazil's Combate was the first to report that one.

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MAIN CARD:

Amanda Nunes () defeats Felicia Spencer () by unanimous decision.

Nunes retained her women’s featherweight world title with a unanimous decision over top contender Spencer, , , In the main-event bout for UFC , the champ landed total strikes with significant strikes compared to 37 and 36, respectively, for Spencer.

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Cody Garbrandt () defeats Raphael Assuncao () in second-round KO.

Garbrandt delivered his first fight victory since December and did so in dramatic fashion, knocking out Assuncao in the final second of the second round in this bantamweight bout. The blow was similar to that of Sean O’Malley’s earlier in the night. Garbrandt is now in UFC, while Assuncao falls to

***

Aljamain Sterling () defeats Cory Sandhagen () in first-round submission.

Sterling won this bantamweight bout with a rear-naked choke at the mark of the first round, improving his UFC record to This was the first UFC loss for Sandhagen. Sterling has won five fights in a row, while Sandhagen suffered his first defeat in the last eight bouts.

***

Neil Magny () defeats Anthony Rocco Martin () in unanimous decision.

Magny won this welterweight bout and improved to in UFC with his unanimous decision, , , According to The Action Network, Magny has the third-most welterweight wins in UFC history (16). Martin is now in UFC.

***

Sean O’Malley () defeats Eddie Wineland () in first-round TKO.

The first fight of the UFC main card was over almost as fast as it started, as O’Malley delivered a one-punch walk-off against Wineland at of the first round in this bantamweight bout. That was O’Malley’s eighth career first-round finish. He improves to in UFC. Nicknamed “Suga Sean,” the year-old O’Malley’s star was already rising in UFC, but it exploded tonight.

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PRELIMS:

Alex Caceres () defeats Chase Hooper () by unanimous decision.

UFC veteran Caceres outlasted year-old Hooper with a unanimous decision (, , ) in this featherweight matchup and final prelim bout of UFC Caceres now has 22 UFC fights under his belt, while Hooper was the first UFC fighter on a pay-per-view card before his 21st birthday since Sage Northcutt in UFC in , according to ESPN Stats & Info.

***

Ian Heinisch () defeats Gerald Meerschaert () in first-round TKO.

Heinisch made quick work of Meerschaert in this middleweight bout, jumping on his opponent and unleashing a flurry of punches in a second TKO. “Hurricane” Heinisch, who improves to in UFC, capped his victory with a backflip. Eight of Heinisch’s 14 career wins had come by decision, but he wasted no time in this one.

***

Cody Stamann () defeats Brian Kelleher () by unanimous decision.

Stamann, who was born in Grand Rapids and fights out of Sparta, had a heavy heart in his featherweight bout against Kelleher but he came out victorious in unanimous decision (, , ). Last week, Stamann’s year-old brother, Jacob, died unexpectedly. Stamann was emotional in the third round as he was closing in on the victory. Stamann, who wrestled at Grand Valley State, improved to in UFC with all five victories by decision.

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Maki Pitolo () defeats Charles Byrd () in second-round TKO.

Pitolo picked up his first UFC win, defeating Byrd via TKO (punches) at the mark of the second round in this middleweight bout. The fighters traded blows in the first round, but Pitolo took over in the second. Nicknamed “Coconut Bombz,” Pitolo put away Byrd with a big finish.

EARLY PRELIMS:

Alex Perez () defeats Jussier Formiga () in first-round TKO.

Perez took down good friend Formiga at the mark of the first round with a leg-kick TKO in this flyweight bout. Perez is in his last 12 fights, while Formiga has lost three in a row. Formiga was the No. 4 flyweight contender and Perez was No. 9.

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Devin Clark () upsets Alonzo Menifield () by unanimous decision.

Clark kneeled and raised his fist during introductions, then overcame a first-round shot to the eye by Menifield to pull the light heavyweight upset. Clark won by scores of , , and handed Menifield the first loss of his career.

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Herbert Burns () defeats Evan Dunham () by first-round submission.

In this pound catchweight bout, Burns kicked off UFC with a first-round submission (rear-naked choke) to take down veteran Dunham, who came out of retirement for the fight. Last Saturday in the same venue (UFC Apex Center), Burns watched brother Gilbert defeat Tyron Woodley in the main event of UFC Fight Night.

PREVIEW:

Amanda Nunes is considered by many to be the greatest fighter of all time in women’s combat sports. Tonight, she gets the chance to back up that claim in UFC

Nunes (), a two-division champ in the Ultimate Fighting Championship series, will defend her world featherweight title against top contender Felicia Spencer () at the UFC Apex Center in Las Vegas. Nunes is coming off bantamweight title fights against Holly Holm and Germaine de Randamie.

NOTE: This post will update with results, highlights and social media reactions during UFC action tonight.

Main card (10 p.m. ET) ESPN+

  • Amanda Nunes vs. Felicia Spencer
  • Raphael Assuncao vs. Cody Garbrandt
  • Aljamain Sterling vs. Cory Sandhagen
  • Neil Magny vs. Anthony Rocco Martin
  • Eddie Wineland vs. Sean O’Malley

Prelims (8 p.m. ET) ESPN+

  • Alex Caceres vs. Chase Hooper
  • Ian Heinisch vs. Gerald Meerschaert
  • Cody Stamann vs. Brian Kelleher
  • Charles Byrd vs. Maki Pitolo

Early prelims (6 p.m.) UFC Fight Pass

  • Jussier Formiga vs. Alex Perez
  • Alonzo Menifield vs. Devin Clark
  • Evan Dunham vs. Herbert Burns

All UFC PPV events are available on ESPN+. The next UFC event, UFC Fight Night, is scheduled for June 13 in Las Vegas.

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UFC Nunes vs. Spencer was a mixed martial arts event produced by the Ultimate Fighting Championship that took place on June 6, at the UFC Apex facility in Enterprise, Nevada, part of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Area, United States.[2][3] It was originally planned to take place on May 9 at Ginásio do Ibirapuera in São Paulo, Brazil.[4] Due to the COVID pandemic, the event was eventually postponed (see section below).[5] On April 21, the UFC confirmed that UFC would be moved to May 9 and UFC was pushed back to June 6.[6][7] In late May, the promotion confirmed the event would take place in Las Vegas.[3]

Background[edit]

A UFC Bantamweight Championship bout between the current champion Henry Cejudo (also former UFC Flyweight Champion and Olympic gold medalist in freestyle wrestling) and former WEC and two-time UFC Featherweight ChampionJosé Aldo was expected to serve as the initial event headliner.[8] However, Aldo pulled out on April 8 due to visa issues as the event was expected to be moved to the United States (see section below). Former two-time bantamweight champion Dominick Cruz replaced Aldo.[9]

A UFC Women's Featherweight Championship bout between the current champion Amanda Nunes (also the current UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion) and former Invicta FC Featherweight ChampionFelicia Spencer was expected to serve as the co-headliner.[10] Nunes announced on April 20 that she would not compete at a new proposed event for May 9 due to her desire to have a full training camp.[11]

COVID pandemic[edit]

The event was originally expected to take place at Ginásio do Ibirapuera in São Paulo, Brazil.[4] On April 7, it was announced that the venue will be used as a field hospital during the COVID pandemic and would not be able to host the fight card.[12]

Due to the event being expected to be relocated to the United States, several changes were made due to fighters being unable to compete due to travel restrictions related to the COVID pandemic:[13]

UFC president Dana White announced on April 9 that starting with UFC , all future events were indefinitely postponed.[19] It was confirmed that this event was cancelled on April 20, though the UFC was still targeting a new event for the same date (not expected to be the original UFC ).[20] The UFC moved the previously mentioned UFC Bantamweight Championship bout between Cejudo and Cruz, as well as a heavyweight bout between former UFC Heavyweight ChampionFabrício Werdum and Aleksei Oleinik to the new UFC date.[21]

On May 10, it was confirmed that UFC was going to take place on June 6 in the United States, with the previously mentioned UFC Women's Featherweight Championship bout between Nunes and Spencer expected to headline the event.[2] This event also featured fighters that were pulled from other events previously cancelled.[3]

A bantamweight bout between former UFC Bantamweight ChampionCody Garbrandt and Raphael Assunção was scheduled for Columbus, Ohio on March 28, at UFC on ESPN: Ngannou vs. Rozenstruik.[22] However, Garbrandt pulled out on March 12 due to kidney issues.[23] The pairing was rescheduled for this event.[24]

On June 4, Ian Heinisch was removed from his scheduled bout with Gerald Meerschaert after a cornermantested positive for COVID[25] He was then expected to be replaced by promotional newcomer Anthony Ivy.[26] However, Heinisch's cornerman was retested and cleared, allowing the original pairing to stay intact.[27]

Results[edit]

Main card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Women's Featherweight Amanda Nunes (c) def. Felicia SpencerDecision (unanimous) (50–44, 50–44, 50–45) 5 [a]
Bantamweight Cody Garbrandtdef. Raphael AssunçãoKO (punch) 2
Bantamweight Aljamain Sterlingdef. Cory SandhagenSubmission (rear-naked choke) 1
Welterweight Neil Magnydef. Anthony Rocco MartinDecision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 29–28) 3
Bantamweight Sean O'Malleydef. Eddie WinelandKO (punch) 1
Preliminary Card (ESPN / ESPN+)
Featherweight Alex Caceresdef. Chase HooperDecision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–27) 3
Middleweight Ian Heinischdef. Gerald MeerschaertTKO (punches) 1
Featherweight Cody Stamanndef. Brian KelleherDecision (unanimous) (30–27, 30–27, 30–27) 3
Middleweight Maki Pitolodef. Charles ByrdTKO (punches) 2
Early Preliminary Card (ESPN / ESPN+ / UFC Fight Pass)
Flyweight Alex Perezdef. Jussier FormigaTKO (leg kicks) 1
Light Heavyweight Devin Clarkdef. Alonzo MenifieldDecision (unanimous) (30–27, 29–28, 29–28) 3
Catchweight ( lb) Herbert Burnsdef. Evan DunhamSubmission (rear-naked choke) 1

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Bonus awards[edit]

The following fighters received $50, bonuses.[29]

  • Fight of the Night: No bonus awarded.
  • Performance of the Night: Cody Garbrandt, Aljamain Sterling, Sean O'Malley and Alex Perez

Reported payout[edit]

The following is the reported payout to the fighters as reported to the Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC). It does not include sponsor money and also does not include the UFC's traditional "fight night" bonuses. The total disclosed payout for the event was $2,,[30]

  • Amanda Nunes: $, (includes $, win bonus) def. Felicia Spencer: $,
  • Cody Garbrandt: $, (includes $, win bonus) def. Raphael Assunção: $79,
  • Aljamain Sterling: $, (includes $76, win bonus) def. Cory Sandhagen: $80,
  • Neil Magny: $, (includes $79, win bonus) def. Anthony Rocco Martin: $48,
  • Sean O'Malley: $80, (includes $40, win bonus) def. Eddie Wineland: $46,
  • Alex Caceres: $, (includes $58, win bonus) def. Chase Hooper: $27,
  • Ian Heinisch: $80, (includes $40, win bonus) def. Gerald Meerschaert: $33,
  • Cody Stamann: $72, (includes $36, win bonus) def. Brian Kelleher: $33,
  • Maki Pitolo: $20, (includes $10, win bonus) def. Charles Byrd: $12,
  • Alex Perez: $80, (includes $40, win bonus) def. Jussier Formiga: $98,
  • Devin Clark: $96, (includes $48, win bonus) def. Alonzo Menifield: $14,
  • Herbert Burns: $24, (includes $12, win bonus) def. Evan Dunham: $60,

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References[edit]

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UFC results: Amanda Nunes mauls Felicia Spencer

Amanda Nunes added another marker in her claim for the title of greatest women’s MMA fighter of all time on Saturday night.

Defending her UFC featherweight title for the first time since she dethroned Cris Cyborg in December , Nunes ( MMA, UFC) rolled over Felicia Spencer for her 11th consecutive victory in the main event of UFC

An incredibly tough Spencer ( MMA, UFC) made it to the final horn, but she survived a mauling. The judges scores were , , and for a unanimous decision.

“I wasn’t surprised. I know she was tough,” Nunes said in a nod to her opponent’s toughness. “I knew what she was capable of.”

WATCH:Cody Garbrandt's vicious one-punch knockout of Raphael Assuncao

June 6, ; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Amanda Nunes of Brazil punches Felicia Spencer of Canada in their UFC featherweight championship bout during UFC at the UFC APEX. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via USA TODAY Sports

Nunes also has been bantamweight champion since July , making her the longest reigning current UFC champion of either gender. She’s defended the pound belt twice since winning the featherweight belt, so Saturday night’s victory made Nunes the first champ-champ in UFC history to successfully defend both titles while holding them.

It became clear early that while Spencer is a tough and tenacious opponent, she’s simply not on Nunes’ level. In the opening round, Nunes landed a couple of bombs, which caused Spencer to go for a defensive clinch. Nunes, however, executed a pinpoint trip, then spent the remainder of the round winning the positional battle on the ground and landing elbows that cut Spencer open.

In the second, Nunes continued imposing her will, using jab-overhand right combos that kept Spencer backpedaling. When Spencer shot for a takedown, Nunes parried, adjusted and turned it into a takedown of her own.

June 6, ; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Cody Garbrandt punches Raphael Assuncao of Brazil in their bantamweight bout during UFC at the UFC APEX. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via USA TODAY Sports

By this point, it was clear the fight was going to end whenever Nunes felt like it. Nunes kept it standing in the third and landed at will as the fight started to feel like more of a sparring contest. Nunes sent Spencer’s mouthpiece flying with an overhand right. Spencer’s takedown attempts got sloppy. Nunes rocked Spencer with a brutal uppercut in the final minute. Leg kicks added up as Spencer began to visibly limp.

If nothing else, Spencer’s toughness proved to be otherworldly, which was demonstrated in the fifth, as Nunes landed shot after shot after shot. Nunes went for the kill late in the round and had a tight rear-naked choke applied as the horn sounded.

Spencer emerged from the fourth sporting a nasty hematoma on her forehead, but her corner sent her back out for the fifth. The fight hit the mat as Nunes delivered elbows that rendered Spencer a bloody mess. In the final minute, referee Herb Dean called a timeout, but the doctor cleared Spencer to finish the fight.

Nunes, who hasn’t lost since , recorded her fourth career decision win. Spencer has dropped two of her past three.

The women’s featherweight title bout was the UFC main event at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas. It aired on pay-per-view following prelims on ESPN/ESPN+ and early prelims on UFC Fight Pass/ESPN+.

June 6, ; Las Vegas, NV, USA; Devin Clark kicks Alonzo Menifield in their light heavyweight bout during UFC at the UFC APEX. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Bottari/Zuffa LLC via USA TODAY Sports

Up-to-the-minute UFC results include:

Amanda Nunes def. Felicia Spencer via unanimous decision (, , )

Cody Garbrandt def. Raphael Assuncao via knockout (punch) – Round 2,

Aljamain Sterling def. Cory Sandhagen via submission (rear-naked choke) — Round 1,

Neil Magny def. Anthony Rocco Martin via unanimous decision (, , )

Sean O’Malley def. Eddie Wineland via KO (punch) — Round 1,

Alex Caceres def. Chase Hooper via unanimous decision (, , )

Ian Heinisch def. Gerald Meerschaert via TKO (punches) — Round 1,

Cody Stamann def. Brian Kelleher via unanimous decision (, , )

Maki Pitolo def. Charles Byrd via TKO (punches) – Round 2,

Alex Perez def. Jussier Formiga via TKO (leg kicks) – Round 1,

Devin Clark def. Alonzo Menifield via unanimous decision (, , )

Herbert Burns def. Evan Dunham via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1,

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