Your waiting for UFC contender Amanda Nunes to put her women’s bantamweight title on the line against Raquel Pennington is almost over. The pair is ready to take on each other this Saturday, May 12, and dying to mesmerize the UFC fans right at Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The fight is enough to make you finicky out of your seat, but the flight has more fascinations as both fighters are sharing their friendship. Other than these phenomenal fighters, you will also be entertained with the return of Gastelum back in the ring against middleweight veteran Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza. So get ready guys! Subscribe to UFC Fight Pass to watch UFC 224 Nunes vs. Pennington live Online in your favorite screen.
The headlining title fight will airs on PPV, following prelims with UFC Fight Pass and on FS1.
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Let’s talk about something about the fight card, who is in, who isn’t.
The Full UFC 224 Lineup
- Champ Amanda Nunes vs. Raquel Pennington
- Kelvin Gastelum vs. Ronaldo Souza
- Amanda Cooper vs. Mackenzie Dern
- Brian Kelleher vs. John Lineker
- Vitor Belfort vs. Lyoto Machida
Preliminary Card (FX, 8 p.m. ET)
- Cezar Ferreira vs. Karl Roberson
- Junior Albini vs. Aleksei Oleinik
- Nick Hein vs. Davi Ramos
- Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos vs. Sean Strickland
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass, 6:15 p.m. ET)
- Sultan Aliev vs. Warlley Alves
- Jack Hermansson vs. Thales Leites
- Ramazan Emeev vs. Alberto Mina
- James Bochnovic vs. Markus Perez
It’s Nunes’ second fight headlining a PPV after she won a unanimous decision over Valentina Shevchenko back in 2017. There’s also the lingering discussion that Nunes will take on fellow Brazilian champion Cris “Cyborg” Justino in a next super fight after winning over Pennington.
Like many fighters, both Nunes and Pennington land a majority of their significant strikes to their opponent’s head, 63 percent, and 64 percent, respectively. Pennington’s secondary target is the body, whereas, “Rocky” rarely goes to the leg attacks.
Who Will Take The Fight to the Canvas?
The most significant difference between Nunes and Pennington is their duration in the cage. An average Nunes’ appearance lasts 6 minutes and 57 seconds, while Pennington has an average of two rounds lasts 13:07. Now let’s see who’s practice would dominate and take the fight to the limelight.