Ketlen Vieira calls Amanda Nunes for clash in Brazil

Ketlen Vieira thinks she has done enough for fight with the bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes, who reclaimed the 135-pound title when she battered a tough Julianna Peña in Saturday’s UFC 277 main event.

This is how Nunes avenged her upset loss at UFC 269.

Amanda is open to the idea of a trilogy bout with flyweight champ Valentina Shevchenko, whom she already has beaten twice, but Vieira wants to be next.

“Congratulations, Amanda! You had a great fight yesterday and you showed you’re in a good shape! Congrats to took your belt back. I think there’s no option than fight with me and be ready for it, because I’ve been preparing myself to make it! And who knows if we do it as main fight here in Brazil? Good luck and see you soon!”, Vieira wrote in social media.

She is coming off back-to-back decision wins over former bantamweight champs Miesha Tate and, most recently, Holly Holm in her second straight main event at UFC Fight Night 206 in May.

Nunes holds two wins over Shevchenko. She narrowly edged her out in their rematch at UFC 215 in September 2017. “The Lioness” initially said she wanted to put her featherweight title on the line next, and White is willing to grant her anything she asks for.

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