Julianna Peña’s face was blank, and emotionless. On her knees, she reached over to hug Amanda Nunes. A Nevada State Athletic Commission (NSAC) inspector came over and pointed Peña to her corner, where a ringside physician tended to her bruised left eye.
Peña had just beaten the indomitable Nunes, the greatest women’s fighter of all time by almost any measure. She had just become the UFC women’s bantamweight champion. She had just shocked the world. Read More