UFC champ champ Amanda Nunes features on latest ESPN ‘Body Issue’ cover, take a look

UFC bantamweight & featherweight champion Amanda Nunes has been featured on the cover for the latest edition of ESPN’s ‘Body Issue’.

Nunes (18-4-0), considered by most as the greatest female fighter on the planet, is on perhaps the greatest streak in WMMA history after first-round stoppages over the likes of Cris Cyborg, Holly Holm, Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate. The 31-year-old’s star-power is certainly at an all-time high right now.

Take a look at the latest ESPN ‘Body Issue’ cover below.

Fight fans, what do you think of the cover? Let us know in the comments section below.



  1. I think that the female fighters don’t need to pose nude. They train hard as men, they are not paid as men, they desserve to be considered as athletes and reconized like that.
    Models can make beautiful nude pictures, Amanda and the other one are beautiful too, but at my opinion don’t need to make nude pictures…it’s understimate their sport value.

  2. Why does everything have to come down to race or sexism why can’t anybody just pose for a picture because they wanted to it always has to be somebody else complaining and crying about something

    1. “Everything?” As of now you’re the only one taking issue with something not even mentioned anywhere on this web page… are you actually annoyed enough as to simply type out a complaint where you CAN rather than where it’s remotely relevant?! 🙂

  3. Great fotos of a beautiful beast and probably the best female fighter ever! I’ve never been a fan of hers in the sense that I’m a fan of the Hottie or the Preacher’s Daughter, but there is no denying Amanda’s dominance and that’s the naked truth!

      1. Not is the classic sense and certainly not in the fashion model or movie star sense, but devastating power, intensity, and muscularity create an awesome animal beauty which is what draws many people, myself included, to this sport!

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