UFC Fight Night 111 took place on Saturday at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Kallang, Singapore and was headlined by former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Holly Holm snapping a three fight losing streak with a head kick knockout victory against Bethe Correia.

Jason Floyd and Daniel Galvan give their thoughts on what happened at this UFC fight card on this episode of “The MMA Report Post Fight Podcast.” Some of the topics they discuss include the moment the main event changed, how the preliminary card was better than the main card, and what’s next for some of the winners from this card.

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    All Holly Holm showed that she is nothing more than a counter fighter. No aggressiveness, stays so far away from her opponent that she throws jabs at thin air, and only got a head kick knockout because of what Bethe Correia did to create the scenario. As far as Bethe Correia is concerned, well, she is my favorite UFC female fighter because of her bravado and self confidence, and she trains with the Pitbull Brothers. I would love to see Bethe Correia move down to Flyweight because she has fought there previously in her MMA career. But being 33 years of age, that weight cut may be harder for her to accomplish now.


    And I see that the UFC is continuing the debacle that is their Women’s Featherweight division by stripping Germaine de Randamie of their Women’s Featherweight Title and having Cristiane Cyborg Justino fighting UFC starry eyed Megan Anderson fighting for the title. So the UFC went from having only three women featherweight fighters, down to two women featherweight fighters. Invicta FC should simply sale their Women’s Featherweight division to the UFC because the alternative is the UFC signing away their featherweight fighters one by one as soon as their Invicta FC contracts run out. Anyway, good luck to the women out there fighting in the featherweight division because now it’s looking better for them to earn a living by doing what they love and have a passion for by having both Bellator and the UFC having their division.

    • Jason Floyd

      This is the question about women’s featherweight and the UFC: Are the UFC fans interested in a women’s featherweight bout that Cris Cyborg is not part of?