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Ronda Rousey wants to fight Bethe Correia next. And she wants to stack the deck against herself as much as possible. Rousey said on the Jay Mohr Sports radio show Thursday she'd like to fight Correia in Brazil, in Correia's own hometown. Rousey and Correia have a rivalry stemming from Correia beating her friends Jessamyn Duke and Shayna Baszler and taunting Rousey afterward. "That's what I want to do," Rousey told Mohr. "I want to go and fight her in Brazil and beat her in her hometown. That wou read news >>

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Haven't had your fill of Ronda Rousey vs. Men hypotheticals? Here's Ronda herself saying she could beat all of the UFC men's bantamweights. Reigning UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is making the television and radio rounds on Thursday, including an interview on ESPN's SportsCenter. Keeping in line with the ramped up theme of "could Rousey defeat some of the UFC's male fighters?", which has seen Joe Rogan and Bruce Buffer handicap her against the field of the men's 135 lbs division read news >>

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When Ryan LaFlare meets Demian Maia in the main event of UFC Fight Night 62 it will be the biggest fight of his career and a situation in which he believes he belongs.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Maybe Joe Rogan was being generous with his estimate. Ronda Rousey said on ESPN's SportsCenter on Thursday that she could defeat "100 percent" of UFC men's bantamweights given the right circumstances. Rogan, the UFC's color commentator, said earlier this week that he thought she might beat half of them. "I never say that I'm incapable of beating anybody, because I don't believe in putting limits on myself," Rousey said. "So I mean, I would have to say if you're just talking about what's in the r read news >>

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On this week's episode of The MMA Beat, the panel will discuss Ronda Rousey's 14-second win over Cat Zingano, where she goes from here, Brock Lesnar's future, Jon Jones moving to heavyweight, the Quinton Jackson lawsuit, and much more. Watch "The MMA Beat" live today at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT / 6 p.m. GMT. Subscribe to the show on iTunes: audio | video or Soundcloud here. Stream it on Stitcher here. Music courtesy of APM Music. read news >>

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UFC light-heavyweight champ Jon Jones is still thinking about moving up a division, changing his mind after previously writing off fights at heavyweight.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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It looks like the UFC has it's new talking point when it comes to how they're marketing their biggest star. It wasn't that long ago the Ronda Rousey vs. Floyd Mayweather was the "soup du jour" of UFC talking points, when it came to their ultra dominant women's bantamweight champion. Now, in the wake of UFC 184, and Rousey putting a serious hurting on Cat Zingano in less time than it take Bruce Buffer to belt out his intros, it looks like the UFC head office has landed on a new point of senseless read news >>

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In her last two UFC title defenses, bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has beaten opponents Alexis Davis and Cat Zingano in a combined 30 seconds. That is not a misprint. Matched up with the very best women in world, Rousey has barely managed to break a sweat. It took her longer to explain her armbar win over Zingano than it took her to execute it. She is, without question, a force of nature. Imagining her against other female athletes, frankly, is becoming a little bit difficult to pull off. Wh read news >>

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UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is probably the greatest female fighter on the planet, which is a tremendous feat. So why are we seemingly so obsessed with arguing about whether she could beat up men?Filed under: Featured, News, UFC read news >>

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"When" Jon Jones moves up to heavyweight, he says he's confident that he has all the tools to beat the champ in Cain Velasquez. Jon Jones will be looking to defend his belt for the 9th time against Anthony Johnson at UFC 187. The light heavyweight champ has gone on the record saying that he believes after beating DC and Rumble, he would consider the division clear, and that he would start to entertain super-fights. He has even stated that he would fight interim champ Werdum "everyday, all day" b read news >>

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Before you completely start discounting "Bones," check out the reasoning behind his claim by diving in below. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Light Heavyweight champion Jon Jones is at a point in his mixed martial arts (MMA) career where "super fights" are going to start knocking at his door pretty soon. Chief among them could be a potential showdown against current UFC heavyweight champion, Cain Velasquez. If and when the day comes that Jones moves up in weight and finds himself locked ins 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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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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In October, UFC commentator Joe Rogan said he'd have 'no problem' with Rousey, or any woman for that matter, fighting a man of equal weight. Speaking with ESPN's Dan Lebatard prior to UFC 184, Rogan may have upped the ante just a bit. Asked, essentially, how bad a professional male fighter would need to be for Rousey to beat him in a fight, Rogan says she'd be middle of the pack in the UFC's bantamweight division. "There's a lot of guys her size she could beat," said Rogan. "I mean, a lot. If yo read news >>

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