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Pro wrestling legend Gene Lebell revealed that Ronda Rousey’s rapid-fire win on Saturday night actually lasted 12.83 seconds instead of 14 seconds. read news >>

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Fact: Ronda Rousey's 14-second submission at UFC 184 is the fastest finish of any kind in a UFC championship fight. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: UFCRead more MMA news on BleacherReport.com read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- Gene Lebell, Ronda Rousey's former coach, discusses Rousey's most recent win at UFC 184, what his stopwatch recorded, her chances against Cris Cyborg, and more. read news >>

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It was billed as one of the the biggest nights in women's MMA history. And it ended up being a pretty lucrative one for UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. Not only did Rousey turn in another dominant performance in finishing Cat Zingano in 14 seconds (armbar), but it was announced afterwards that she was one of four UFC 184 competitors to take home a $50,000 performance of the night bonus. The others to receive the bonus were Jake Ellenberger, who choked out veteran Josh Koscheck; Tim Means read news >>

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Cat Zingano was going to be the biggest threat Ronda Rousey has ever faced, they said. She's undefeated, she has an reservoir of willpower, and she'll push Rousey like she's never pushed before. Instead, Zingano became the fastest victim of Rousey's magnificent career. The only women's bantamweight champion in UFC history retained her title in a mere 14 seconds on Saturday night. Cementing her legend as the women's combat sports answer to the prime Mike Tyson, Rousey capitalized on a Zingano mis read news >>

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Thanks to numerous injuries, obscure Welterweight fighters Alan Jouban and Richard Walsh -- both of whom were looking to rebound from recent losses -- got a shot at the big time, competing on the UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) main card tonight (Feb. 28, 2015) from Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. And it was fun. Walsh came out aggressive, pumping his jab and landing a nice kick to the body. Jouban returned fire with an inside leg kick before both fighters got busy in an exchange. Overhand read news >>

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Leonardo Leite kept his perfect record intact and claimed Legacy FC’s middleweight title, but the win over Larry Crowe did not come without controversy.Filed under: AXS TV Fights, News read news >>

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Highly touted featherweight prospect Tom Duquesnoy defended his BAMMA title with a TKO finish against Krzysztof Klaczek. France's Tom Duquesnoy has quickly risen to become one of the most touted prospects in all of MMA, and his performance on Saturday night certainly added to his overall allure. Duquesnoy, who was scheduled to defend his featherweight title at BAMMA 18, overcame some unexpected adversity in the opening round against Krzysztof Klaczek, as he was thoroughly outwrestled and found h read news >>

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Jan Blachowich had been on a run of four consecutive decision victories when he made his UFC debut as an underdog against Ilir Latifi at UFC Fight Night 53. But that all changed.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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Sorry mixed martial arts (MMA) judges, but Robbie Lawler wants nothing to do with you. The Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight kingpin is coming off a pair of decision wins in his last two fights, and while they were both in his favor, the "Ruthless" titleholder is not getting paid by the hour, and wants to be in and out of the Octagon as quickly as possible. Starting with Rory MacDonald at UFC 189 on July 11 in Las Vegas, Nevada (via FOX Sports): "Rory's one of the top guys and my read news >>

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New York native and No. 14-ranked Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) welterweight Ryan LaFlare will venture out to Brazil for the second time in his Octagon career to take on the No. 7-ranked Demian Maia at UFC Fight Night 62. It also marks the fourth time he's traveling out of the country to step into the cage. LaFlare is the owner of an unblemished 4-0 UFC resume, most recently defeating John Howard at UFC Fight Night 39 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Then, a second ACL tear forced the read news >>

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Looks like Rory MacDonald will get his once-promised shot at the UFC welterweight strap after all. On February 18, the UFC announced No. 2-ranked Rory MacDonald would face off with current 170-pound champion Robbie Lawler in the co-main event of July's stacked UFC 189 card in Las Vegas. The two previously fought at UFC 167, with Ruthless earning a split-decision victory. While he emerged from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in November 2013 victorious, Lawler doesn't plan on leaving anything to chanc read news >>

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Their first encounter was a close affair and might have left a few open questions, but Robbie Lawler and Rory MacDonald will meet again at UFC 189. And this time, the "Ruthless" UFC welterweight champion wants to make a statement and finish the Canadian contender. UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler has made a career of knocking people out. They don't call him "Ruthless" for nothing. Yet, the hard-hitting southpaw wasn't able to finish Canadian standout Rory MacDonald when they met for the f read news >>

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Watch a fighter pull off a kamehameha / hadouken finish during an MMA bout at WSOF 18 Shane Campbell channeled Goku when he pulled off a kamehameha finish -- or Hadouken if you can relate to Street Fighter more -- during his WSOF 18 bout against Derek Boyle. Watch the clip above, along with the full sequence on the gif below courtesy of Zombie Prophet: read news >>

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