A head kick had Correia rocked to start the final round. Reneau sensed it and went on the attack, but Correia tried to recover and buy time with a desperation shot. “The Belizean Bruiser” pummeled Correia after sprawling, and then mounted the former title challenger. Hard punches and elbows had Correia in major trouble. Correia escaped briefly and took Reneau down, but was immediately reversed and back to mount. She was able to at least gain half-guard, then eventually get back to her feet momentarily. Reneau put her on her back again, this time in side control. More ground-and-pound rained down from Reneau as she took Correia’s back. She secured a body triangle with one minute left in the fight, Correia survived the round and avoided being put in a rear-naked choke in the closing stages. The dominant third for Reneau earned her a unanimous 10-8 on the judges’ scorecards, but the fight ended in a majority draw.