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UFC 224 Results: Amanda Nunes Brutalizes Raquel Pennington, Keeps Belt

It’s great being durable, but that trait can only take you so far.

Such is the case with Raquel Pennington, who challenged champ Amanda Nunes for her bantamweight belt last night in the main event of UFC 224. To her credit, Pennington took a beating and kept coming; alas, that doesn’t win fights.

Right from the outset, it was clear Nunes had all the power, as evidenced by her leg-kicks that sent Pennington to the canvas, and her combos and cage control, which constantly had Pennington on her back-foot and boxed in against the cage. None of her attempts at takedowns bore fruit in the first, although she did manage on in the second.

By Round 3, Pennington’s eye was a mess, and Nunes wasn’t doing her any favors with the way she was aggressively out-boxing her. Nunes even scored a takedown of her own.

Nunes hit another takedown in the fourth, and opened up a cut on Pennington’s nose with a knee. It was only a matter of time, and Nunes needed about half of Round 5 to pound the challenger out.

Suspensions! Nunes, Jacare Join Six-Month Club

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) returned to pay-per-view (PPV) last Saturday night (May 12, 2018) inside Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, featuring Amanda Nunes in her latest women’s bantamweight title defense against Octagon veteran Raquel Pennington.

While “Rocky” took the brunt of the violence (watch it), it was “Lioness” who earned the longer medical suspension. She’ll be on the bench for six-months alongside co-headliner Ronaldo Souza, who like his Brazilian counterpart, needs a right-foot X-Ray before getting cleared for competition (because of this).

That’s not all.

Full list of UFC 224 injuries and medical suspensions (via MMA Fighting) include:

Amanda Nunes: Suspended 180 days, requires x-ray of right foot; if cleared then 30 days no contest, 21 days no contact
Ronaldo Souza: Suspended 180 days, requires x-ray of right foot; if cleared then 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact
Raquel Pennington: Suspended 60 days no contest, 45 days no contact pending clearance from maxillofacial surgeon
Brian Kelleher: Suspended 60 days no contest, 45 days no contact
Vitor Belfort: Suspended 60 days no contest, 45 days no contact
Sean Strickland: Suspended 60 days no contest, 45 days no contact
Sultan Aliev: Suspended 60 days no contest, 45 days no contact pending clearance from maxillofacial surgeon
Thales Leites: Suspended 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact
Alberto Mina: Suspended 45 days no contest, 30 days no contact
Kelvin Gastelum: Suspended 30 days no contest, 21 days no contact
Aleksei Oleinik: Suspended 30 days no contest, 21 days no contact
Mackenzie Dern: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Amanda Cooper: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
John Lineker: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Lyoto Machida: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Cezar Ferreira: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Karl Roberson: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Junior Albini: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Davi Ramos: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Nick Hein: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Elizeu Zaleski dos Santos: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Warley Alves: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Jack Hermansson: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Ramazan Emeev: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
Markus Perez: Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact
James Bochnovic : Suspended 14 days no contest, 7 days no contact

There you have it.

Just a quick reminder: Fighters often return to action much quicker once doctors give them the green light. The lengthy suspensions are just a precaution in most cases. In addition, not all injuries are recorded during the post-fight examination and often times surface in follow-up tests.

For a complete wrap up of all the UFC 224 weekend festivities click here.

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Amanda Nunes: It’s ‘Sad’ That Coaches Made Pennington Continue in Fifth Round at UFC 224

Amanda Nunes gradually inflicted more and more damage on Raquel Pennington as their UFC 224 headlining bout progressed, so much so that Pennington didn’t want to continue after the fourth round.
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Amanda Nunes: It’s ‘Sad’ That Coaches Made Pennington Continue in Fifth Round at UFC 224

Amanda Nunes gradually inflicted more and more damage on Raquel Pennington as their UFC 224 headlining bout progressed, so much so that Pennington didn’t want to continue after the fourth round.
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UFC 224 Results: Amanda Nunes Brutalizes Raquel Pennington, Keeps Belt

It’s great being durable, but that trait can only take you so far.

Such is the case with Raquel Pennington, who challenged champ Amanda Nunes for her bantamweight belt last night in the main event of UFC 224. To her credit, Pennington took a beating and kept coming; alas, that doesn’t win fights.

Right from the outset, it was clear Nunes had all the power, as evidenced by her leg-kicks that sent Pennington to the canvas, and her combos and cage control, which constantly had Pennington on her back-foot and boxed in against the cage. None of her attempts at takedowns bore fruit in the first, although she did manage on in the second.

By Round 3, Pennington’s eye was a mess, and Nunes wasn’t doing her any favors with the way she was aggressively out-boxing her. Nunes even scored a takedown of her own.

Nunes hit another takedown in the fourth, and opened up a cut on Pennington’s nose with a knee. It was only a matter of time, and Nunes needed about half of Round 5 to pound the challenger out.

Amanda Nunes: It’s ‘Sad’ That Coaches Made Pennington Continue in Fifth Round at UFC 224

Amanda Nunes gradually inflicted more and more damage on Raquel Pennington as their UFC 224 headlining bout progressed, so much so that Pennington didn’t want to continue after the fourth round.
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Amanda Nunes: It’s ‘Sad’ That Coaches Made Pennington Continue in Fifth Round at UFC 224

Amanda Nunes gradually inflicted more and more damage on Raquel Pennington as their UFC 224 headlining bout progressed, so much so that Pennington didn’t want to continue after the fourth round.
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UFC 224 Results: Amanda Nunes Brutalizes Raquel Pennington, Keeps Belt

It’s great being durable, but that trait can only take you so far.

Such is the case with Raquel Pennington, who challenged champ Amanda Nunes for her bantamweight belt last night in the main event of UFC 224. To her credit, Pennington took a beating and kept coming; alas, that doesn’t win fights.

Right from the outset, it was clear Nunes had all the power, as evidenced by her leg-kicks that sent Pennington to the canvas, and her combos and cage control, which constantly had Pennington on her back-foot and boxed in against the cage. None of her attempts at takedowns bore fruit in the first, although she did manage on in the second.

By Round 3, Pennington’s eye was a mess, and Nunes wasn’t doing her any favors with the way she was aggressively out-boxing her. Nunes even scored a takedown of her own.

Nunes hit another takedown in the fourth, and opened up a cut on Pennington’s nose with a knee. It was only a matter of time, and Nunes needed about half of Round 5 to pound the challenger out.

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Amanda Nunes: It’s ‘Sad’ That Coaches Made Pennington Continue in Fifth Round at UFC 224

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Amanda Nunes gradually inflicted more and more damage on Raquel Pennington as their UFC 224 headlining bout progressed, so much so that Pennington didn’t want to continue after the fourth round.
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UFC 224 ‘Nunes vs. Pennington’ Play-by-Play, Results & Round-by-Round Scoring

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Sherdog’s live UFC 224 coverage kicks off Saturday at 6:15 p.m. ET.
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