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Cat Zingano was supposed to be the most difficult test of Ronda Rousey's career to date. The reasons for believing this were plentiful leading into the bout. The Alpha Cat came into the bout undefeated, winning eight of her nine bouts by either knockout (KO or TKO) or submission. She passed the eye test. The highlight-reel suplex of Amanda Nunes and the vicious knockout of Miesha Tate were evidence that her strength and power would be enough to match up well with Rousey. None of that mattered. Z read news >>

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UFC 184 is in the books. The results are as follows: UFC 184 Main Card Ronda Rousey def. Cat Zingano, submission (Round 1, 0:14) Holly Holm def. Raquel Pennington, split decision (29-28, 28-29, 30-27) Jake Ellenberger def. Josh Koscheck, submission (Round 2, 4:20) Alan Jouban def. Richard Walsh, knockout (Round 1, 2:19) Tony Ferguson def. Gleison Tibau, submission (Round 1, 2:37) Prelims on Fox Sports 1 Roan Carneiro def. Mark Munoz, submission (Round 1, 1:40) Roman Salazar vs. Norifumi “Kid” Ya read news >>

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Cat Zingano had a pattern of starting off slow in fights. Ronda Rousey is known for finishing fights early. At UFC 184, those two tendencies manifested themselves in the most literal way possible. The champion defended her belt in just 14 seconds via—you guessed it—armbar. In defense of the challenger, she was clearly trying to address her prior slow starts. At the opening bell, she charged across the cage with the reckless abandon of someone looking to make a statement. However, it's difficult read news >>

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Watch Ronda Rousey vs. Cat Zingano full fight video highlights from UFC 184's main event above, courtesy of FOX Sports 1. UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano took place February 28, 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (11-0) and number-one contender Cat Zingano (9-1) put their previously undefeated records on the line in the night's main event, which aired live on pay-per-view. Catch the video highlights above. More Coverage: UFC 184 resu 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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Watch the video highlights from the UFC 184 main event between Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano. read news >>

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Ronda Rousey made quick work of Cat Zingano in the main event of UFC 184, submitting her with an armbar in 14 seconds. The last time Ronda Rousey fought, she finished her opponent in 16 seconds. That apparently wasn't good enough for her, so she topped it in the main event of UFC 184. She submitted Cat Zingano with an armbar in fourteen seconds. Fourteen seconds. Zingano came charging out of her corner straight at Rousey right away and threw a knee. She managed to throw Ronda over her head, but read news >>

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"Rowdy" Ronda Rousey will face the stiffest test of her mixed-martial-arts career on Saturday night at UFC 184. Cat Zingano is the strongest, most diverse challenger in the women's bantamweight division. Rousey has run through every opponent en route to a 10-0 record and her current standing as the UFC women's bantamweight champion. While each of Rousey's opponents has brought her own weapons into the Octagon, none have been as formidable as Zingano figures to be. The challenger is 9-0 and seemi read news >>

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UFC 184's main event features the most dominant champion in the UFC today. Ronda Rousey steps back inside the Octagon on Saturday to defend her title against No. 1-ranked contender Cat Zingano. Zingano earned her title shot with a win over Miesha Tate in April 2013, but injuries and personal tragedies forced her out of action for an extended period of time. In her return, she reclaimed that title shot with a stoppage over Amanda Nunes on September 27, 2014. Now the bout between the two undefeate read news >>

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After the injury to Chris Weidman, Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano will take center stage tonight in Los Angeles for UFC 184. Weidman was originally supposed to headline the pay-per-view in a middleweight title bout with Vitor Belfort. Then, the champ got hurt in training and how to bow out. Belfort declined to fight Lyoto Machida for the interim belt, which meant Rousey and Zingano would get top billing instead. Yahoo Sports' Kevin Iole argued that this bout could be the tone-setter for the female read news >>

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Make sure you don't lose any more coins. Take a look at this concise main card preview before placing your bets on the UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV), taking place this Saturday (Feb. 28, 2015) at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Anything can happen in Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC). Last weekend, several upsets occurred in Porto Alegre, Brazil, site of UFC Fight Night: "Bigfoot vs. Mir." The aftermath of Fight Night 61 was felt by Bovada, costing the sportsbook nearly $1 million read news >>

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