Four Reasons Ronda Rousey Is Headed For Adversity Against Amanda Nunes

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After nearly a year away from the sport, former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has finally committed to a return, as UFC president Dana White announced earlier this week that she will be taking on reigning champion Amanda Nunes in the main event of December 30’s UFC 207 from Las Vegas, Nevada.

Prior to her brutal UFC 193 knockout loss to Holly Holm, Rousey was considered to be the very best female fighter on the planet, and she may still be, but there are also some question marks surrounding her return. In addition to that, Rousey will have been away from the cage for over a year by the time UFC 207 goes down.

And she will be facing off with a tremendously dangerous fighter in Nunes, who has rattled off four straight wins since 2014 including a dominant submission win over Miesha Tate in her most recent fight.

Let’s take a look at four reasons why the “Rowdy” one is in for a tough fight with the Brazilian champion.