The couple would both take to Instagram to announce the happy news:
Nunes hasn’t competed since UFC 224, where she successfully defended the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Title against Raquel Pennington. The bout at UFC 224 served as a historic one for the LGTBQ community, as it featured the first two openly gay fighters to main event a UFC card. The women’s bantamweight champion is rumored to be fighting UFC Women’s Featherweight Champion Cyborg later this year, but nothing has been made official at this time.
Ansaroff is currently riding a three fight winning streak in UFC competition, defeating the trio of Jocelyn Jones-Lybarger, Angela Hill and Randa Markos. Ansaroff currently sits at #10 in the UFC Women’s Strawweight Division Rankings and was last seen in action at UFC On Fox 30.
Although Nunes and Ansaroff are both engaged, no word has been given yet, at least publicly, as to when the happy couple plans on tying the knot.