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UFC 259 ‘Embedded’ video (Ep. 1): Take your daughter to work day

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The only thing that can fix clocks reading “Brazilian Time” are newborn babies, which is why UFC women’s two-division champion Amanda Nunes is now operating on schedule for her UFC 259 title fight in Las Vegas, where “Lioness” takes on 145-pound bruiser Megan Anderson.

Here to tell us all about it are the “Embedded” cameras, which also profiled UFC light heavyweight champion Jan Blachowicz, reigning middleweight kingpin Israel Adesanya, and top bantamweight contender Aljamain Sterling ahead of this Saturday night’s (March 6) PPV card.

“We wake up in the morning already laughing and playing,” Nunes said about her daughter Raegan Ann. “The baby wakes up early and helps me get my schedule back together because I’m always late. This is our new life. The best ever.”

Expect to see UFC bantamweight champion Petr Yan featured in upcoming episodes as “No Mercy” puts the finishing touches on his “Funk Master” training camp. Until then, check out the finalized UFC 259 fight card and PPV line up by clicking here.