Latest UFC Women’s Rankings: Amanda Nunes retains No.1 spot in Women’s P4P and Bantamweight division

First Sportz brings to you the latest UFC Women's Rankings after UFC Vegas 9 as Amanda Nunes, along with Shevchenko and Zhang retain their division thrones.

Amanda Nunes retains her no.1 spot in Bantamweight and Women’s P4P division

As UFC head into UFC Vegas 10 on the coming weekend, headlined by Strawweight bout Angela Hill vs Michelle Waterson. New and updated UFC ranking have just been released. As evidently Amanda Nunes retains her top spot in Bantamweight and Women P4P. 

Not just Nunes, but Weili Zhang regained her top spot in Strawweight, having 21 UFC wins in professional MMA career against her name. Similarly, Valentina Shevchenko retained her no.1 rank in courtesy to see her last 5 fights victorious performance.  

Latest UFC Women’s Rankings 

Amanda Nunes is on a formidable run of 11 wins. Her last loss came in 2014 against Cat Zingano at UFC 178. After that she has never looked back and the results showcases her journey from a speculated slump to a saga. She Brazilian has 13 TKO victories and 3 submission wins to her name.

There were no changes in the Bantamweight, Strawweight and Women P4P. Whereas there were significant changes in the Flyweight division.  

The highlight being Montana De la Rose dropping a place to 12th courtesy to her loss to Viviane Arujo at UFC Vegas 9. The latter climbed up to the 7th spot with the same win. 

Joanne Calderwood and Roxanne Modafferi also dropped from 5th and 7th spot respectively. The former lost to Jennifer Maia at UFC Vegas 5 on August 1. Whereas Modafferi lost to Andrea Lee on June 20. 

Interesting Alexis Davis even after losing 3 fights in a row, climbed up 1 spot to rank no.11.

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