Two-weight UFC world champion Amanda Nunes 'ready' for Felicia Spencer or Megan Anderson
Two-weight UFC world champion Amanda Nunes says she is 'ready' to defend her featherweight title against Felicia Spencer or Megan Anderson next.
The 31 year-old will be looking to retain her 10-bout winning streak and could fight against former Invicta FC featherweight champion Spencer.
The Canadian earned a title shot against Nunes after she beat Zarah Fairn dos Santos at UFC Norfolk.
Another possible bout for the Brazilian champion is Anderson, who put on a strong performance at the same event in knocking out Norma Dumont in the first round.
Nunes wrote on Twitter: "I like both winners tonight. Now it’s up to [UFC president Dana White]. I’m ready for either."
'The Lioness' won her featherweight title in 2018 against Cris Cyborg and successfully defended her bantamweight title against Germaine de Randamie last year.
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