Saturday’s UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche marked a historic weekend for women in fighting, but didn’t exactly drive TV ratings into the stratosphere. The prelims held steady on FX.
Ronda Rousey continued her streak of first-round armbar victories, cementing her spot as the top women's pound-for-pound fighter in the World MMA Rankings.
UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche goes down as the most successful female fight in history, according to UFC president Dana White.
Take an exclusive look behind the scenes of the historic women's bantamweight title fight between Ronda Rousey and Liz Carmouche at UFC 157.
On a historic night, the first two women to ever fight in the Octagon showed they could handle the pressure.
Ronda Rousey is about to go off the grid... at least in regards to talking about herself, but she took a little time to answer a final barrage of questions at the UFC 157 post-fight press co...
Ronda Rousey revealed that nerves weren't a problem for her as she became the first woman to win a fight inside the UFC Octagon at UFC 157 in Anaheim, Calif., on Saturday night.
According to Ronda Rousey, she was never in any danger.
Rousey faced adversity early, but managed to shake off Carmouche for another first-round arm bar win.
It may have been the toughest fight of her career, but on a historical weekend for women in sports, Ronda Rousey continued to expand her arm collection.