Even though Holly Holm has remained largely in a title picture since her 2016 loss to Miesha Tate, she may have reminded a few people of who she is Saturday.
After two rounds of inactivity that led to a referee warning, former UFC Bantamweight Champion Holly Holm head kicked opponent Bethe Correia to the mat at UFC Singapore. Holm followed up with a vicious punch that stopped Correia, a former UFC title challenger.
You can see an excerpt from our Fightful.com coverage below.
Round Three: The round begins with Holm attacking Correia with a kick to the midsection, Holm follows that up by catching Correia with a left. Holm clobbers Correia with a head kick and follows it up with a single punch as the referee jumps in.
The fight was Holm's first victory since her historic win over Ronda Rousey. Correia has now won one of her last five fights, a split decision over Jessica Eye last year. Ahead of the fight, Bethe Correia said she thought Holm "overestimated herself."