Felicia Spencer On UFC 250 Title Fight With Nunes, COVID Fight Camp + Beauty In WMMA

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MMA H.E.A.T.’s Karyn Bryant spoke via Skype with UFC Featherweight Felicia Spencer and heard what she had to say about her upcoming UFC 250 title fight with Champ Amanda Nunes. Felicia talks about the stylistic match-up, what she learned about herself after going five rounds with Cris “Cyborg” Justino, the future of the division and lots more!

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26 Comments on "Felicia Spencer On UFC 250 Title Fight With Nunes, COVID Fight Camp + Beauty In WMMA"

  1. Win or lose Felicia should be proud of herself. Fighting for a title at Womens Featherweight in the UFC, where fighters like Felicia and Amanda are fighting to keep the division permanent in the UFC. Felicia has nothing to lose and everything to gain. Amanda is hoping to be the first fighter to defend 2 belts in the UFC at the same time. Felicia is the first canadian fighter since George St Pierre at UFC 217 hoping to be a UFC champion. If Felicia beats Amanda there will be a lot of holy shits from everybody. I can see it bigger than when Holly Holm beat Ronda Rousey.

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