Amanda Nunes, considered the greatest women’s fighter of all time, announced her retirement on Saturday at UFC 289.

Nunes shared her decision after defeating Irene Aldana via unanimous decision (50-43, 50-44, 50-44) to defend her UFC women’s bantamweight title at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia.

“Double champion forever,” Nunes shouted into the microphone while her gloves were cut off. “This is the perfect night to retire.”

Asked after what she hopes she’s remembered for, Nunes didn’t hesitate. “The greatest of all time,” she said. “I did everything. I broke a lot of records.”

Nunes retires with the most wins in UFC women’s history (16), the most UFC women’s title fight wins (11), and most finishes in women’s UFC history (10).

Don’t call it a comeback.

Miesha Tate made her triumphant return to the octagon on Saturday, competing for the first time since retiring in 2016.

Tate defeated Marion Reneau at UFC Fight Night on Saturday in Las Vegas, knocking Reneau out in the third round.

After the fight, Tate made it clear her return to the sport would be permanent.

“I’m not here just for a fight. I am here for a belt,” said Tate, referencing the bantamweight belt.

Saturday night’s victory marks Tate’s first win since March 2016.