Fight-Size UFC 200 Update: Injuries, Records, Milestones, Lesnar's Theme, Title Shots?


By Fightful Staff

- Amanda Nunes became the fourth UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion in under nine months. She also becomes the first openly gay champion in UFC history.

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- The UFC went two days without a Brazilian champion for the first time since 2006.

- Brock Lesnar entered the cage to Metallica's "Enter Sandman," not his WWE theme as many expected.

- Joanna Jedrzejczyk tied Ronda Rousey for most consecutive UFC wins for a woman with six. Miesha Tate came up short in her attempt to tie it.

- Cain Velasquez wants to fight the winner of Stipe Miocic/Alistair Overeem at UFC 203.

- Miesha Tate thinks she had a broken nose after the fight.

- Anderson Silva hadn't really trained ahead of his short-notice bout with Daniel Cormier. Silva also had gall bladder surgery seven weeks ago.

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- Amanda Nunes injured her hand during her fight with Tate.

- Julianna Pena wants a title shot after defeating Cat Zingano. She's won four fights in a row in the UFC, plus three on The Ultimate Fighter.

- Jose Aldo says that he held back on leg kicks, because he know Edgar would be waitng on them.

-  Anderson Silva thought Jacare Souza should have gotten the next middleweight title shot.

- Attendance was 18,202 with a UFC record gate of $10.7 million.

- Amanda Nunes, Cain Velasquez, Joe Lauzon and Gegard Mousasi all won "Performance of the Night" bonuses.

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