UFC champ Amanda Nunes and partner Nina Ansaroff share adorable picture of newborn baby daughter Raegan Ann

UFC champion Amanda Nunes and partner Nina Ansaroff have shared an adorable picture of their newborn baby daughter Raegan Ann.

The MMA stars – who tied the knot in 2018 – welcomed their girl to the world last week.

But the loved-up pair only announced the news on Tuesday – saying they had been left "speechless".

Posting a picture on Instagram, Nunes, 32, wrote: "Speechless. Raegan Ann Nunes 9/24/2020 7:15 am.

"#happydaughtersday #love #mylittlefamily".

In a separate post, of herself holding Raegan Ann, Nunes added: "The best feeling in the world."

And 34-year-old Ansaroff – who gave birth – shared her own post, captioned: "Raegan Ann Nunes is here! I am so in love!

"I can’t wait to show you the world!

"September 24th 2020 will forever be my favourite day. You are a dream come true.

"Happy daughters day my beautiful girl."

This summer, Nunes – the current bantamweight and featherweight champion – claimed she was considering retiring from UFC.

But those plans could be put on hold after Dana White joked he "would kill her" if she quit now.

And after defending her bantamweight crown for the first time, she said: “I’ve achieved everything I wanted.

"I’m well. I can go on with my life, maybe a new step, maybe find new talents, help some girls there – maybe be a coach, too.

“I’m in a moment that I can retire, you know, and I’m in a moment that I can fight. I’m fine.

"There’s nothing else to be done right now in the division.

"The Hall of Fame will come, for sure.

"My life going forward, if I do stop now, the UFC will give me every support I need to continue having my money and work.”

But White hit back, saying: “I will kill her, I literally just told Sean and Mick in the last meeting let’s get this division built for her.

"Let’s build this division for her, and let’s start figuring this out. And now she’s talking about retiring?

“You know what’s awesome about that when you think about it?

"Her retiring isn’t awesome; that actually drives me nuts."

Source: Read Full Article