The best! This is how the numbers of the UFC women’s divisions remained in this 2020


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The best!  This is how the numbers of the UFC women's divisions remained in this 2020

He 2020 It was a year very different from the rest, but in UFC He went through all the above and was one of the best. Therefore, it is time to highlight the great work that took place in the women’s categories, which were able to stand out in the different events that took place throughout the season. Among all of them, Amanda nunes, Holly Holm, Rose Namajunas, Valentina Shevchenko and Amanda Ribas knew how to do the same to stand out.

The highlights

In these weeks, the world of Mixed Martial Arts was revolutionized, after making the fight between Amanda Nunes and Megan Anderson official. The champion will be back in competition shortly in the UFC and will do so to defend her 145-pound crown. Taking into account what ESPN’s Brett Okamoto pointed out, the Brazilian will face the Australian, which should have been at UFC 256. The current monarch is considered the best fighter of all time and is on a streak of eleven victories in a row .

Infernal! The fight between Amanda Nunes and Megan Anderson in UFC confirmed

On the other hand, UFC 255 was an event that will go down in history, where Valentina Shevchenko defended her belt very well. The Kyrgyz-born did it before Jennifer Maia, who was the one who tried to battle a true warrior, but could not be up to the judges to take the victory in a unanimous decision. In this way, the nationalized Peruvian appears to be truly invincible and is now looking ahead.

Categories in 2020

Featherweight

  • Number of fights: 3.
  • Knockouts: 2.
  • Submissions: 0.
  • Decisions: 1.
  • Champion at the beginning of the year: Amanda Nunes.
  • Champion at the end of the year: Nunes.
  • Most fights in division history: Cris Cyborg and Megan Anderson (5).
  • Longest winning streak in division: Nunes and Anderson (2).
  • Most wins in division history: Cyborg (4).
  • Most stops in division history: Anderson (3).
  • Most knockouts in division history: Cyborg and Anderson (2).
  • Most appearances in division history: Anderson, Felicia Spencer and Macy Chiasson (1).
  • Most Fight Night Bonuses: Nunes, Cyborg, Anderson, and Holly Holm (1).

Bantamweight

  • Number of fights: 18.
  • Knockouts: 2.
  • Submissions: 1.
  • Decisions: 15.
  • Champion at the beginning of the year: Amanda Nunes.
  • Champion at the end of the year: Nunes.
  • Most fights in divisional history: Raquel Pennington (13).
  • Longest winning streak in division: Nunes (9).
  • Most wins in division history: Nunes (11).
  • Most stops in division history: Nunes (8).
  • Most knockouts in division history: Nunes (6).
  • Most appearances in division history: Ronda Rousey (3).
  • More Fight Night Bonuses: Rousey (7).

Flyweight

  • Number of fights: 34.
  • Knockouts: 7.
  • Submissions: 10.
  • Decisions: 17.
  • Champion at the beginning of the year: Valentina Shevchenko.
  • Champion at the end of the year: Shevchenko.
  • Most fights in division history: Katlyn Chookagian and Gillian Robertson (9).
  • Longest winning streak in the division: Shevchenko (6).
  • Most wins in division history: Shevchenko, Chookagian and Robertson (6).
  • Most stops in division history: Robertson (5).
  • Most knockouts in division history: Shevchenko, Maycee Barber and Shana Dobson (2).
  • Most presentations in the history of the division: Robertson (4).
  • Most Fight Night Bonuses: Shevchenko, Antonina Shevchenko and Veronica Macedo (2).

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