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UFC women's bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey predicted her lightning quick submission finish of Cat Zingano almost to the second. This past Saturday night, UFC women's bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey finished Number 1 contender, Cat Zingano in 14 seconds (12.83 if you go by "Judo" Gene LeBell's stopwatch), with a spectacular armbar finish in the sixth defense of her title. In the days and weeks leading up to the fight, many questioned her ability to beat the super tough Zingano, let alone read news >>

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And fortunately for Cat Zingano, she is still considered the next best women's bantamweight after Ronda Rousey despite her quick loss to "Rowdy." The official Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) rankings have been updated following UFC 184, which went down this past weekend (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. For complete "Rousey vs. Zingano " results and play-by-play click here. Holly Holm made the biggest jump of the week, as she cracked the top 10 after de read news >>

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Raise your hand if you want to see Ronda Rousey defend the UFC women’s bantamweight title against Bethe Correia. What about Jessica Eye? The multitude of crickets chirping in the background can be heard a million miles away. If we are talking about what’s deserved, then by all means, give Correia or Eye the next shot at Rousey. But are either of those matchups what pay-per-view customers want to see? It’s obviously slim pickings from here on out, seeing as Rousey has made the rest of the divisio read news >>

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Life isn't too bad when you're champion. Ronda Rousey took home a reported $130,000 in salary earnings for her astounding 14-second UFC bantamweight title defense over Cat Zingano at UFC 184 on Saturday night, according to information released by the California State Athletic Commission (CSAC). Headlining her third UFC pay-per-view against a fighter many assumed to be the toughest test of her career, Rousey put on a dazzling, record-breaking performance, submitting Zingano with an inverted armlo read news >>

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Ronda Rousey's 14 second armbar submission was broken down by the Gracie's. Ronda Rousey submitted Cat Zingano in record setting time, and Ryron and Rener Gracie are once again here to breakdown the techniques used. It only lasted 14 seconds, but the duo detailed all the various techniques used and potential defenses starting from the transition up until the finish. Also part of their video, details on Jake Ellenberger's first submission victory as he choked Josh Koscheck in what Rener calls as 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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Wrapping up the UFC 184 weekend with quick links to all the major storylines. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) closed out the month of February with an utterly outstanding UFC 184: "Rousey vs. Zingano" pay-per-view (PPV) event from inside the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California on Feb. 28, 2015. Even though the card was crippled to its metaphoric knees by injuries to Chris Weidman, Ronaldo Souza, and others in the weeks leading up, UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey's impeccab read news >>

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One could say he's splitting hairs, but "Judo" Gene LeBell still maintains that his stopwatch proved that Ronda Rousey put Cat Zingano away quicker than the official records showed Saturday at UFC 184. After the UFC 184 post-fight press conference, LeBell, a longtime judo red belt and mentor of Rousey, claimed that his stopwatch read 12.83 seconds following her win over Zingano. "It was a little more than a second faster," LeBell said. "I was there at the start, and it was right in front of me. read news >>

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Fighters get really emotional after a loss, when a mic was shoved at her face following the loss it was filled with expletives. It's normal for a lot of fighters to get emotional after fights, and the same was the case for Cat Zingano, who unfortunately made an early mistake that caused her to lose in just 14 seconds. Unfortunately, one of Joe Rogan's jobs is to shove a mic into people's faces and interview them immediately after the fight, and shown above is the full clip of the interview. Alre read news >>

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"This Cat Zingano fight I was like man this fight is going to be a war. Cat's strong, tough, durable... you know. Ronda is... What do I do with this girl? What do I do with this girl? I keep joking saying she is going to have to fight men, but I am serious." Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) President Dana White literally does not know what to do with UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey following her 14 second submission victory over No. 1 ranked Cat Zingano in the UFC 184 main eve read news >>

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It’s fair to say that Cat Zingano didn’t put on the performance of her career at UFC 184. Hurling herself at Ronda Rousey from the opening bell was a novel strategy, but it turned out to be as effective as all the rest. That is to say, not remotely effective. Within seconds, the challenger was tied up in the kind of knot that would have left a sailor confused. Prior to the fight, I had the bizarre notion that Zingano possessed the kind of stubborn personality that would refuse to submit to joint read news >>

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It's rare when we're able to give a complete account of a fight in four sentences, but after Ronda Rousey's 14-second demolition of Cat Zingano on Saturday night at UFC 184, here goes nothing: Zingano came out on the attack from the opening bell. She tried to land a charging knee against the UFC women's bantamweight champion, but Rousey side-stepped the attack. The champion quickly took Zingano down. The challenger tried to wiggle out of danger, but Rousey locked in her patented armbar and it wa read news >>

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"Rowdy" knows she has completely cleaned out the women's bantamweight division yet... In the sport of mixed martial arts (MMA) fans and pundits alike are always wondering what is next. Even moments after an incredible victory for a fighter, UFC color commentator Joe Rogan is asking who that person would like to take on next. This was evident during the UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) last evening (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) following UFC champion Ronda Rousey's 14 second submission victory over previously read news >>

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Ronda Rousey didn't get the memo. At UFC 184, Cat Zingano was supposed to represent Rousey's toughest task to date. A talented offensive mind whose best trait was perseverance and the ability to sustain a lengthy bout before a storybook comeback, Zingano was the one to test not only Rousey's chin but also her conditioning. Instead, Zingano fell into the trap of those before her and tapped 14 seconds after the opening bell. As a whole, an underrated card put on quite the show Saturday night at St read news >>

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