UFC Fight Night 199 win, Amanda Lemos has two contenders in mind

Amanda Lemos continued her winning streak on Saturday when she defeated Angela Hill by a split decision in UFC Fight Night 199. Hill suffered another split decision at UFC Vegas 45 on Saturday, her fourth in the UFC, this time falling short of Amanda Lemos in one night where Hill walked with her 19th Octagon. The UFC set a new record for the most fights in the history of the Straits. Lemos (11-1-1) was in action from the start. Hill got into trouble when Lemos dropped Hill with a front kick in the initial exchange, followed by a crowd of thugs. But Hill (13-11) managed to avoid the attack and even returned the right. Hill then took the momentum to Round 2, accelerating her activity on the legs and landing the waves of sharp punches while the lemos slowed significantly. But Lemos paved the way for an early return. And came into action again. Strengthening her grip again in Round 3, she blew away her enemy with another nasty front kick, but Hill ate it a second time and continued the pace with a pair of takeovers and heavy strike volume before closing the show. Fighting was not easy for her. Lemos explained in a post-fight news conference that expectations of what Hill would bring to the fight did not match reality. "It was confusing," Lemos told reporters through a spokesman, including Fight tv and MMA Jinki. "She came up with a different game plan. We were expecting a striker, but she came to wrestle and clinch. She took me off balance once or twice. We were ready for anything, so I managed to adapt, overcome and conquer. With the victory, Lemos extended her winning streak to five, a long time including successful outings against Montserrat Ruiz, Levia Renata Souza, Mizuki Ano and Miranda Granger. Run has put her in a position to compete against a team-ranked contender - and she has two names in mind. "Nina (Nunes), first. I think she's out of the fight. I still want to fight," Lemos said. " and alsoYan Xianan, like to fight it too. I think it's going to be a great fight. One of the two, I'll take it. But whatever UFC signs me up for () "I will take it. I will fight." Nina Nunes, the wife of UFC Women's Featherweight Champion Amanda Nunes, was originally expected to fight Lemos at Saturday's event. However, the Nunes (10-7 MMA, 4-4 UFC) withdrew on November 9 for unknown reasons. As far as Yan Xianan (13-2 MMA, 6-1 UFC) is concerned, the Chinese fighter ended a six-fight winning streak in May when it ended with a strike by Carla Esparza. Was gone It has not been booked since. The question arises that who would you like to see Amanda Lemos with? Let us know your opinion because your opinion is important to us. We will take your feedback to the UFC.


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