Amanda Nunes was already firmly entrenched as the greatest women's fighter in MMA history, but Saturday night at the UFC Apex in Las Vegas, she wanted to pile on.
Nunes, a double champion, had been carrying around two different UFC Title belts ahead of UFC 250. This was because when she beat Cris Cyborg to become Featherweight Champion, the company still used the old belts. Why not add another to the collection? Amanda Nunes looked to do that at UFC 250 as a giant favorite over Featherweight Title challenger Felicia Spencer.
Those odds were founded. Amanda Nunes crushed Felicia Spencer, dominating the duration of the fight, which was never in doubt. The scorecards read 50-45, 50-44, 50-45 as the greatest female fighter of all time took a unanimous decision win.
The heard of Felicia Spencer was a talking point, as she was in danger multiple times in the fight. The fourth round bell saved her from a rear naked choke, but she emerged with a giant hematoma after the scuffle. She became the only person to ever go to the scorecards with both Cris Cyborg and Amanda Nunes.