Filed under: Featured Videos , News , UFC , Videos LOS ANGELES – Last November, Holly Holm beat then-undefeated Ronda Rousey and took home the UFC’s women’s bantamweight belt and setting in motion a divisional Game of Thrones. Holm’s bantamweight reign, we now know, was short-lived. The 135-pound belt was subsequently passed on to Miesha Tate via submission – only to be most recently conquered by current titleholder Amanda Nunes, in the first round of this month’s UFC 200’s headlining bout. In the lead-up to this Saturday’s UFC on FOX 20 scrap against Valentina Shevchenko, which headlines the FOX-televised card at United Center in Chicago, Holm watched as the latest developments unfolded. And, though “not emotionally invested,” she wished for a different outcome.
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