Alexis Davis calls out UFC champion Amanda Nunes

Alexis Davis has not fought since April 25, but she already has her eyes set on the biggest possible fight in the UFC women’s bantamweight division.

Davis, who is not currently ranked in the top 15, earned a victory over Sarah Kaufman in her last outing. It was the the third time the two women had fought, but only the first time Davis earned the win.

Despite that, Davis is hoping she can earn a bout with current UFC champion Amanda Nunes.

Interestingly enough, Davis holds a dominant victory over Nunes from the Strikeforce days. Back in September 2011, Davis stopped Nunes with strikes in the second-round.

Now, if Nunes is willing, Davis is ready to give the champion a chance to get that loss back.

“Amanda if she hears this, I’m ready. I’m ready for whoever the UFC throws at me right now. I know how she’s feeling. I know in my head how much I’d like to avenge my loss against Ronda. Losses, they stick to you and you always want them back,” Davis said, via FOX Sports.

“When I got the (Sarah) Kaufman fight back, it felt like the best thing in the world to me. We’ll just have to wait and see.”

It’s a fair point by Davis.

However, the most likely option for Nunes will not be Davis. Instead, the UFC will be hoping Ronda Rousey returns from her hiatus. There is also a potential rematch with Miesha Tate or a meeting with red hot challengers like Julianna Pena or Valentina Shevchenko on the table.

One day we may see Nunes vs. Davis II, but it doesn’t seem to be in the cards just yet. But if it does happen, the UFC has a great angle to run for promotion.

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