Amanda Nunes claims she won’t be granting a rematch to Cris Cyborg, nor does she intend on competing again at the weight where she just won a second piece of UFC gold.

Following Nunes’ (17-4 MMA, 10-1 UFC) shocking 51-second knockout of Cyborg (20-2 MMA, 5-1 UFC) at UFC 232 last month, talk of an immediate rematch between the two Brazilians began to pop.

Although Nunes did not address a possible matchup with Holm, she did have a matchmaking idea for Cyborg in current PFL standout and two-time Olympic gold medalist Kayla Harrison (3-0), who trains alongside Nunes at American Top Team in Florida.

At the moment, a fight between Cyborg and Harrison is highly unlikely since they fight for separate organizations. However, with Cyborg’s UFC future uncertain and the Nunes rematch trending in the wrong direction, it’s difficult to gauge what the future will hold.