UFC 269: Amanda Nunes vs. Julianna Pena title fight UFC Vegas 269 takes place on Saturday, December 11, 2021 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Amanda Nunes will once again defend her title against Juliana Pina. By the way, whenever Amanda Nunes comes to Octagon to defend one of her two titles, her challenger explains why she is going to oust the champion. She explains why she is going to end Brazil's winning streak. But each time we saw Nunes wrapped in gold. Each time, the winning streak increases. It is now at 12, with Nunes remaining unbeaten in seven years. The UFC appears to be struggling to find talent for the women's bantamweight division and the women's featherweight division. There was no real threat to current double champion Amanda Nunes. This is not because the nunes are invincible, they have lost four times. But now the UFC search seems to be over. Juliana Pena is on the field to defeat Nunes. Pena, who specializes in kickboxing and geo-Jitsu, has learned from this period of her career and thinks she is more flexible as a result. "I have had my worst nightmares and I am spiritually convinced that I am not afraid of anything," says the 32-year-old. "If I had to die fighting there, I would be ready to die." One week before the pairing in August, the nunes had a positive experience for Code 19, which forced the 33-year-old to postpone his first bantamweight title defense for two years. Pena seems to get restless with the delay and the patience she has shown is also part of her inner self. "Physicality is just one part of the riddle," she says. "I think patience is sometimes better than emotion, and I'm a very patient fighter." Pena has won seven of her 10 victories through stops, proving that she often chooses her moments correctly. Meanwhile, 17 of Nunes' 21 wins are by knockout or submission. This match is going to be very important. The question is, will the UFC repeat its history or write a new one? Whose hand are you looking at in this match?