Amanda Nunes Retires as Double-Champ After UFC 289 Victory Against Irene Aldana

Amanda Nunes Retires as Double-Champ After Brilliant UFC 289 Victory

LAS VEGAS – In a stunning turn of events, Amanda Nunes announced her retirement from mixed martial arts following her victory over Irene Aldana at UFC 289 on Saturday night.

Nunes, who came into the fight as the undisputed women’s bantamweight and featherweight champion, put on a dominant performance against Aldana, finishing her with a second-round TKO.

After the fight, Nunes took the mic and shocked the crowd as she announced her retirement.

“I’ve been doing this for a long time, and I feel like it’s time to step away,” Nunes said. “I want to thank my coaches, my team, and my family for supporting me throughout my career.

“I’m leaving the sport as a double-champ, and that’s something I’ll always be proud of.”

Nunes’ retirement marks the end of a legendary career that saw her become one of the greatest fighters in UFC history. She finishes with a record of 21-4 and a legacy that will be remembered for years to come.

In the co-main event, Charles Oliveira showcased his excellence as he defeated Beneil Dariush by unanimous decision. Oliveira, who has now won seven straight fights, is making a strong case for a title shot in the ultra-competitive lightweight division.

Elsewhere on the card, fans were treated to a watch party for the main card, hosted by MMA Fighting on SBN. The event was streamed live across the internet, allowing fans from all over the world to tune in and enjoy the fights.

Finally, for those looking to get in on the action themselves, Lineups provided the latest odds and betting tips for UFC 289. With so many exciting fights and up-and-coming stars on the roster, the UFC continues to be one of the most thrilling sports in the world.