Miesha Tate will defend her title against Amanda Nunes at UFC 200.

By SI Wire
April 06, 2016

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UFC champion Miesha Tate will defend her women's bantamweight title against the No. 4 ranked Amanda Nunes at UFC 200 on July 9 in Las Vegas. 

There will be no rematch against Holly Holm, who Tate defeated by submission last month in the fifth round of a UFC 196 fight.

Nunes holds a 5-1 record with her lone loss being a 3rd round TKO at the hands of Cat Zingano.

SI.com's Pound-for-Pound April rankings: Tate at No. 1; Nunes at No. 6

Holm knocked out Ronda Rousey in the second round of their November fight, handing Rousey her first loss in 13 professional contests. Rousey is expected to return to competition later this year.

UFC 200 will also be headlined by a rematch between Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz for the men's UFC title. Frankie Edgar will also fight Jose Aldo for the interim featherweight title.

 

 

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