UFC 250 news: Amanda Nunes showed her class after defeating Felicia Spencer

Amanda Nunes defeated Felicia Spencer at UFC 250

Amanda Nunes cemented her status as the greatest women's MMA fighter of all-time at UFC 250.

The Brazilian mixed-martial artist has dominated the UFC over the past six years, defeating every elite fighter thrown at her in the Octagon.

In the UFC's Apex Facility in Las Vegas this morning, Nunes defeated the highly-rated Felicia Spencer by unanimous decision to record her 11th straight win in the sport.

Nunes was simply too good in the Octagon as she retained her featherweight and bantamweight titles, becoming the first fighter in UFC history to defend two titles while holding them simultaneously.

But The Lioness' brutal efficiency during her fights is perfectly balanced out by her wholesome and classy attitude outside of them.

Nunes is the perfect role model and fans were full of praise for her gesture towards Spencer after their brilliant bout.

The Brazilian handed her opponent the featherweight strap, honouring the Canadian's brave performance, before the two embraced in the ring.

Pure class.

One fan tweeted in response to the footage: "I was blown away by that gesture.....Amanda is the GOAT for a reason."

Another quipped: "Shes beautiful inside and out ❤."

Nunes' UFC career over the past four years has been the picture of brilliance. Back at UFC 196, the Brazilian made her first huge statement by defeating Valentina Shevchenko by unanimous decision.

A few months later, she saw off Ronda Rousey at UFC 207, before beating Shevchenko for a second time at UFC 215.

Nunes in action

Then in the space of a few months, starting in December 2018, Nunes recorded back-to-back first-round victories over Cris Cyborg and Holly Holm.

The 32-year-old really is in a class of her own!

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