Amanda Nunes spoke about her retirement plans during her interview with ESPN W. According to the UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion, she would like to retire after 2-3 fights and would like to have a family after. Nunes cited that it would be difficult to keep fighting and have a family all at the same time.
During her interview, Nunes also talked about Rousey who according to her doesn't know how to take a loss. Nunes said that Rousey was a dominant fighter in the UFC for a long time and that when she first tasted a loss, she did not know how to comeback.
The reigning champ was also vocal about her intention of making history as she wants to be the first woman in the UFC to hold titles in 2 different divisions. She plans to fight the winner between Holm and Randamie which will take place at the UFC 208 event this February.