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UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will star alongside “The Raid” actor Iko Uwais in the film “Mile 22." Filming on the project begins in May. read news >>

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UFC lead analyst Joe Rogan not only sees women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey as a special athlete, he believes she could defeat half of the men's 135ers on the roster. Ronda Rousey is the shining star this weekend after she once again easily dispatched her title challenger in less than a minute. The reigning UFC women's bantamweight champion submitted the previously unbeaten Cat Zingano in just 14 seconds, making it the fastest finish in UFC championship history and the fastest submission read news >>

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In the UFC’s women’s bantamweight division, it’s Ronda Rousey followed (at a distant remove) by everyone else. If the UFC wants to keep charging premium prices for her performances, it needs a brand new challenge.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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Ronda Rousey could defeat 50 percent of the fighters competing in the UFC men’s bantamweight division, according to UFC commentator Joe Rogan. Another brilliant performance from the UFC women’s bantamweight champ Saturday night has the UFC desperately searching for contenders to challenge the pound-for-pound queen. Cat Zingano became the latest victim of Rousey’s patented armbar just 14 seconds in the first round of the main event at UFC 184. Rousey’s past three title defenses have lasted one mi read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and UFC welterweight contender Jake Ellenberger both picked up impressive submission victories last Saturday night (Feb. 28, 2015) in Los Angeles, California during the UFC 184 pay-per-view (full results here). With a couple of outstanding submissions to review, the Gracie brothers Ryron and Rener put together a "Gracie Breakdown" to explain "The Juggernaut's" choke and "Rowdy's" 14 second armbar. For complete result read news >>

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UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has entered Mike Tyson territory. For the UFC, though, her dominance is creating an obvious problem: Who’s next for the champ?Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Cris Cyborg posted a photo showing she weighs 175 lbs. It will be a tough cut to 135 if she ever tries that to face Ronda Rousey. After the two dominant women won their bouts in a combined 60 seconds this past weekend, all the talk has been centered on a possible super-fight between Ronda Rousey and Cris Cyborg. Both Dana White and Rousey have been insistent that Justino will have to cut down to 135 lbs for it to ever happen, but it looks like Cyborg is far off from that weight. The 145 lb Invic read news >>

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Ronda Rousey defended the UFC women's bantamweight championship at UFC 184, and the fight capped off a solid evening of performances. The five-fight main card delivered four finishes, and each one was exciting. Three of the four finishes earned performance bonuses. That tells you just how solid this main card was in regards to excitement. Three of the four finishes Saturday came in the first round of action. The UFC 184 main card fighters got after it. They wasted no time in seeking fight-ending read news >>

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UFC President Dana White compares UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey to former boxing heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. Ronda Rousey needed a mere 14 seconds to dispatch a legitimately tough title challenger in their main event. Coupled with her prior win against Alexis Davis, she has spent a grand total of 30 seconds in her last two fights - a remarkable achievement, and one that begs the comparison with a boxing legend from the 1990s, Mike Tyson. Apart from the speed with which she read news >>

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UFC 184 was headlined by Ronda Rousey's defense of the women's bantamweight title, but it was not the only women's fight of the weekend. The star of the weekend was Rousey, as she went up against No. 1-ranked contender Cat Zingano. It was the talk of the town. Rousey's greatness was the storyline of this event, but it was just the capstone of what turned out to be a great weekend for the women of this sport. Friday kicked things off with Invicta FC 11. It was only an eight-fight card, but it was read news >>

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Following women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey’s arm bar finish of Cat Zingano in the UFC 184 main event on Saturday, fighters took to Twitter to react. read news >>

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Don't blink! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight Queen, Ronda Rousey, boasted in the build up to her UFC 184 main event against Cat Zingano last night (Feb. 28, 2015) that she was in the "best shape" of her life. She wasn't lying. "Rowdy" needed just 14 seconds to submit "Alpha" with an arm lock, one that was basically gifted to her thanks to a reckless flying knee that Zingano unleashed to start the 135-pound title match. Rousey took one step to her left, leveraged her Olympic-lev read news >>

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UFC 184's main event between women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and the (previously) undefeated Cat Zingano was over in a flash. Flying knee. Whiff. Scramble. Armlock. Tapout. All in all, it took Rousey just 14 seconds to force Zingano to tap. For Zingano, it was the worst night in her athletic career. For Rousey, it was just another Saturday. Check out ESPN's full fight video highlights here (and check out XFinity Sports' Vine below): While a win in 14 seconds may seem impressive, it is read news >>

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Watch the UFC 184 main event highlights between women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano. Saturday night's main event title fight between champion Ronda Rousey and title challenger Cat Zingano brought an end to an entertaining night of fights at UFC 184 in Los Angeles. Check out Dallas Winston's play-by-play for the fight: Zingano bull-rushes Rousey with a flying knee and nearly takes her down but Rousey counters amazingly with a head-and-arm-throw. By the time the scramble set read news >>

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