Not saying shes going to win. Been on the shevchenko train since her days at 135, thought she beat Nunes the second time around as well. Having said that, the competition at flyweight has been mediocre at best compared to the champ. I think its worth noting Jennifer Maia as a real challenger. Just look at her last 4 fights... 4 fights ago she beat Alexis Davis, who was actually the first person to beat Nunes back in the day. Next fight she beat Roxanne Modafferi, who obviously needs no intro on this forum, she was on a tear of her own. She lost a decision to Chookagian but it was a close fight that could've gone either way, Chookagian used her size but still think Maia would beat her second time around. Next fight she fights Jojo calderwood, who was already the #1 contender for the belt and she dominates her like its an easy fight. Shes went through the supposed toughest of the division with ease and had one hiccup against Chookagian only. The only time I'm genuinely interested in womens flyweight is when Nunes and Shevchenko fight and for once, Shevchenko is actually fighting a tough opponent at flyweight, should be fun to watch. Btw thats not a knock on the flyweight division entirely, Shevchenko is just that good!