Shevchenko clocks Holm, a former champ.
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Valentina Shevchenko has no idea how many countries she has visited or how many millions of miles she has covered in her lifelong pursuit of insight, enlightenment and new martial arts skills.Shevchenko might spend her life roaming the globe, but her travels culminate Saturday in Las Vegas when she fights bantamweight champ Amanda Nunes in the main event of UFC 213 .Nunes and Shevchenko meet in the main event of International Fight Week, the UFC's annual weeklong celebration of its sport in its hometown.Shevchenko immediately felt at home in Peru, and she now fights under the nation's flag after gaining citizenship.Shevchenko ran to her coach's side during the shootout, a surreal moment captured on surveillance cameras.Shevchenko lost a three-round decision in her first bout with Nunes at UFC 196 in March 2016, but it was close. Nunes dominated the second round but then struggled, and Shevchenko pressed forward before running out of time to finish the Brazilian star.
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