Germaine De Randamie Says That She'll Retire Immediately If She Losses To Amanda Nunes Again

Germaine De Randamie Says That She'll Retire Immediately If She Losses To Amanda Nunes Again

The former UFC Featherweight Champion speaks about fighting Amanda Nunes one more time and reveals that she'll retire instantly if she losses to the two-division champion for the third time. Check it out.

Germaine De Randamie will retire if she can’t beat Amanda Nunes.

Germaine De Randamie has been a force within the bantamweight and featherweight division thanks to her impressive wins over Holly Holm, Aspen Ladd, and most recently, Julianna Peña. In fact, the former UFC Featherweight Champion has only two losses on her record against one person, current Women’s Bantamweight and Featherweight Champion Amanda Nunes.

Of course, De Randamie would love another go at the two-division champion; however, the veteran does note that if she can’t beat the Brazilian on her third try then she’ll retire on the spot (Transcript courtesy of MMA Fighting):

“If I’m able to and the UFC would say that’s the only shot you ever have to fight Amanda, I’ll take it,” De Randamie said on What The Heck. “If I get another shot at Amanda and she beats me, I’ll retire right then and there on the spot. I will forever stay second best. If she beats me again, I will retire on the spot. There would be nothing left to do.

She’s the only one that beat me fair and square. No problem, she’s the true champion. If the third time I can’t beat her, it is what it is. If she beats me, I will retire with my head held high. I’m second best. She’s the best, but I still believe I can beat her. Every piece of me tells me I can beat her, and I have the utmost respect for the champ. But if she beats me again, that will be the end of my MMA career. I’ve done it all. I’ve seen it all. That just means I can’t beat her.”

If De Randamie lost to Nunes again then the 36-year-old wouldn’t feel any shame over her loss to the two-division champion. While the veteran does want to win the 135-pound belt, it’s not something that defines her career and is happy with the goals that she’s accomplished thus far:

“It’s not like she will end my career, but for what will I have to fight for then,” De Randamie said. “Would I go back and fight four more times to get another shot at the title? No, I’m 36 years old. I want to have a family. I want to have a baby one day. I don’t know if I can go back and fight 10 more girls again to get to the champ. She’s the champ. Then I didn’t beat her. I’m a 10-times, undefeated kickboxing champion, I was the first 145-pound champ, it just means I couldn’t get the 135-pound belt. And that’s okay. I’ve had a beautiful career. There’s nothing to be ashamed of. Nothing.”

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