"The Lioness"


Fighting style: Striker
Stance: Orthodox
Division: Women's Bantamweight
Height: 5' 8"
Reach: 69"
Leg reach: 41.00
Weight: 135 lbs.
Team: Team Carvalho (2003–2012)
Nationality: Pojuca, Brazil
Out of: Salvador, Bahia, Brazil
Age: 34


Wins by KO: 13
Wins by submission: 3
Wins by decision: 3



Significant Strikes Attempted: 1614
Significant Strikes Landed: 833


Takedowns Attempted: 58
Takedowns Landed: 11


Amanda Nunes is a UFC fighter and Brazilian mixed martial artist who has held the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship since 2016, making her the first woman to simultaneously hold two titles in two different divisions. She also holds the record for the most wins in UFC women’s history with twelve victories. Born on May 30th 1988, Nunes grew up in Salvador, Brazil and began training in karate when she was 16 years old. After spending several years honing her skills and competing as an amateur MMA fighter, Nunes made her professional debut in 2008 at Jungle Fight 12, winning against Ana Maria India by submission.

Nunes quickly became one of the best female fighters on Brazil’s national scene before signing with Strikeforce later that year and making her U.S.-based debut at Strikeforce: Melendez vs Masvidal against Julia Budd where she won via TKO (punches). After two additional wins under Strikeforce Nunes signed with Invicta Fighting Championships where she faced Cat Zingano at Invicta FC 6: Coenen vs Cyborg, becoming their inaugural bantamweight champion after submitting Zingano via armbar early in round 1.

In 2013 Nunes joined the Ultimate Fighting Championship roster for their second ever women-only fight card featuring Ronda Rousey versus Liz Carmouche dubbed “UFC 157: Rousey vs Carmouche”. Since then she has gone 12-1 including notable victories over some of MMA’s biggest stars such as Miesha Tate (UFC 200), Ronda Rousey (UFC 207) Cris Cyborg (UFC 232) and Germaine de Randamie(UFC 245). In August 2018 Amanda achieved one of MMA’s highest honors winning “Fighter of The Year” at The ESPYS award show alongside male counterpart Khabib Nurmagomedov who won Male Fighter Of The Year awards respectively

Throughout her career Amanda has been praised for being one of few openly LGBT athletes within combat sports while using her platform to advocate for anyone facing adversity due to sexual orientation or gender identity issues While not competing inside octagon ,She spends time promoting awareness about these topics through various causes . With many more fights ahead from this champion we can expect nothing but greatness from Amanda Nunez!

Fight History

Irene Aldana
Amanda Nunes: Winner
by Unanimous Decision in Round 5
Sat. Jun 10, 2023
UFC 289: Nunes vs. Aldana
Julianna Pena
Amanda Nunes: Winner
by Unanimous Decision in Round 5
Sat. Jul 30, 2022
UFC 277: Pena vs. Nunes 2
Julianna Pena
Amanda Nunes: Defeated
by Submission in Round 2 @ 3:26
Sat. Dec 11, 2021
UFC 269: Oliveira vs. Poirier
Megan Anderson
Amanda Nunes: Winner
by Submission in Round 1
Sat. Mar 06, 2021
UFC 259: Adesanya vs. Blachowicz
Felicia Spencer
Amanda Nunes: Winner
by Decision in Round 5
Sat. Jun 06, 2020
UFC 250: Nunes vs. Spencer
Germaine de Randamie
Amanda Nunes: Winner
by Decision in Round 5
Sat. Dec 14, 2019
UFC 245: Usman vs. Covington
Holly Holm
Amanda Nunes: Winner
by KO/TKO in Round 1
Sat. Jul 06, 2019
UFC 239: Jones vs. Santos


What Is Amanda Nunes' Record In MMA?
Amanda Nunes holds a record of 23 wins and 5 losses in MMA.

What Is The Net Worth Of Amanda Nunes?
As of 2023, the net worth of UFC fighter Amanda Nunes is unknown.

Who Is Amanda Nunes' Wife?
Amanda Nunes' wife is Nina Nunes, a fellow UFC fighter.

When Was Amanda Nunes' Last Fight?
As of my current knowledge, Amanda Nunes' last fight was against Julianna Pena at UFC 269 on December 11, 2021.

Who Won The Fight Between Amanda Nunes And Ronda Rousey?
Amanda Nunes won the fight against Ronda Rousey by knocking her out in 48 seconds on December 30, 2022.

Who Will Amanda Nunes Fight Next?
Amanda Nunes is set to fight Irene Aldana next at UFC 289 on June 10, 2023, at the Roger Arena, British Columbia, Canada.

"Is Amanda Nunes Considering Retirement?"
As of the information available, it seems that Amanda Nunes may be contemplating retirement.

What Is Amanda Nunes's Height?
Amanda Nunes stands at a height of 5 feet 8 inches.

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