UFC 232 Bonuses: Amanda Nunes Banks An Extra $50,000

UFC 232 Bonuses: Amanda Nunes Banks An Extra $50,000

Amanda Nunes, right, celebrates after defeating Cris Cyborg in the UFC women's featherweight mixed martial arts bout at UFC 232 in Inglewood, California.

Jon Jones believes he's not done sharing the octagon with Alexander Gustafsson after UFC 232.

The second fight between Jones and Cormier ended with a second win for Jones but the fight was overturned when Jones failed a drug test. "I've done my sentence but committed no crime", Jones will hope that his issues with the United States Anti-Doping Agency are behind him and that he can now focus on cementing his legacy as one of the greatest of all time. California officials agreed, allowing Jones to fight in Inglewood after Nevada demanded more answers in a hearing in January.

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The event was moved from Las Vegas to Los Angeles due to a trace of banned substance turinabol being discovered in a test administered to Jones earlier this month. Nunes rocked "Cyborg" with a brisk left-right combination to the face at the outset and continued to shatter her opponent's equilibrium with powerful punches until it was over.

My preference would be for this fight to take place at heavyweight for Cormier's title.

On what he sees in Cormier's future: "You know me: I'm always the first to say when it's time for somebody to retire. I'm thinking, 'I'm going to be fast, I'm going to move my head, and I know I'm going to get a knockout'".

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'Daddy's home, DC. Prove to the fans you're the champ champ.

"Come get a taste, I'm here. I'll be waiting right here".

He tweeted UFC bantamweight champion and co-commentator Dominick Cruz: "You just said outside of all the testing stuff. We do that I'll be back at 205!" Despite a dominant eight-fight win streak and victories over current or former UFC champions Ronda Rousey, Miesha Tate, Valentina Shevchenko (twice) and Germane de Randamie, it took until Nunes cemented herself as the greatest fighter in women's MMA history for her to truly get the shine she deserves.

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Nunes (17-4) was thought to be an undersized underdog, but she seized her second title belt by overwhelming her fellow Brazilian.

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