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- UFC Women’s Bantamweight Division
- UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion
- UFC Women’s Bantamweight Rankings 2019
- Top Female UFC Fighters
- UFC Weight Divisions
UFC Women’s Bantamweight Division
Bantamweight is a weight class in combat sports. In MMA, the Bantamweight Division is within 126-135 lbs (57.2-61.2 kg). The Bantamweight Division sits between the Flyweight Division (116-125 lbs) and the Featherweight Division.
UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion
The Current Women’s Bantamweight Champion is Amanda Nunes.
UFC Women’s Bantamweight Rankings 2021
Prior to its folding and absorption by the UFC, Ronda Rousey was the Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion. Rousey was eventually awarded the inaugural UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship on December 6, 2012, at the UFC on Fox: Henderson vs Diaz pre-event press conference.
After a reign of 1,074 days, Rousey lost the Bantamweight Championship to Holly Holm at UFC 193. Holm lost the title to Miesha Tate, who was defeated by the current champion Amanda Nunes for the title, at UFC 196. Nunes has defended her title against the likes of Ronda Rousey, Valentina Shevchenko, Raquel Pennington, Holly Holm and Germaine De Randamie. Nunes has been the incumbent title holder for 1,614 days and counting, a record in UFC Women's Championship history.
Current UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion: Amanda Nunes [20–4]
|1||Germaine De Randamie||10-4|
|5||Yana Kunitskaya||14-5, 1 NC|
Top Female UFC Fighters
- Zhang Weili (UFC Women's Strawweight Champion)
- Amanda Nunes (UFC Women's Bantamweight and Featherweight Champion)
- Valentina Shevchenko (UFC Women's Flyweight Champion)
UFC Weight Divisions
- Light Heavyweight
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