The UFC’s women’s bantamweight title has done some traveling over the past year.
At UFC 193, the original owner of the title, Ronda Rousey, surrendered the belt to Holly Holm via a violent head-kick knockout. Holm’s reign was a short one, ending when Miesha Tate choked her unconscious at UFC 196. Just a few months later Tate dropped the title to Amanda Nunes, tapping to a choke in the first round at UFC 200.
While the title ricocheted around the division, Rousey was nowhere to be found, a cone of silence descending over her and her camp. That silence extended into UFC 207 fight week, where Rousey was given an unprecedented pass on doing any pre-fight media.
There are a lot of questions surrounding Rousey heading into her fight with current champion Nunes. She’ll get the opportunity to answer the most important of those questions at UFC 207.
UFC 207 takes place at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Center. The evening’s main card airs on pay-per-view following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.
Here are 10 reasons to watch the final UFC event of 2016.
1. Fragile or focused?
There are two overwhelming schools of thought on Rousey heading into UFC 207. One looks at the former
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