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The UFC isn't offering fans much of an opportunity to digest their latest pay-per-view offering, UFC 184. The next big card, UFC 185, is just two weeks away. The full card is as follows: Main Card Anthony Pettis vs. Rafael dos Anjos Carla Esparza vs. Joanna Jedrzejczyk Johny Hendricks vs. Matt Brown Roy Nelson vs. Alistair Overeem Chris Cariaso vs. Henry Cejudo Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1) Ross Pearson vs. Sam Stout Elias Theodorou vs. Roger Narvaez Daron Cruickshank vs. Beneil Dariush Jared read news >>

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UFC 184 has a different feel to it. Not only do the co-main events feature women's bouts in the wake of Chris Weidman's injury, but they promise to be two of the more hotly contested—if not important—fights of the year, both for the promotion and the women involved. Holly Holm vs. Raquel Pennington is about the future of the division, while the seemingly immortal Ronda Rousey faces her stiffest competition to date against the very mortal Cat Zingano, whose ability to come back from any sort of d read news >>

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Can Cat Zingano really push Ronda Rousey to her limits? That's the question being asked at UFC 184. The dominant champion will take on what appears to be her toughest test to date. Thus far, the judoka has dominated the women's bantamweight division. Since its creation in the UFC, she has been the reigning champion, dispatching of all her opponents save one in the first round. Like Royce Gracie in the early UFC days, she's simply miles ahead of the competition. But staring at her from across the read news >>

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UFC 184 comes with some questions attached. For instance, just how strong is the drawing power of Ronda Rousey? The women's bantamweight champion—and one of the UFC's most recognizable stars—will headline the event. But with the co-main event featuring a sub-.500 fighter (Raquel Pennington) and a woman making her UFC debut (Holly Holm), the organization is really depending on Rousey to bring in the buys on this one. The booking not only has to do with UFC President Dana White's belief in Rousey read news >>

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The UFC's top female star Ronda Rousey looks to defend her title against the consensus top contender in Cat Zingano on Saturday. The card has been decimated by injuries, but features a co-main event with fighters from the same weight class who could find themselves in a future title shot soon enough. Will Rousey hold onto her title or is Cat Zingano set to derail the queen of the women's bantamweight division? I answer this question and more. What: UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano Where: Staples Cent read news >>

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UFC 184, headlined by the highly anticipated bout between bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (10-0, 10 finishes) and undefeated challenger Cat Zingano (9-0, eight finishes), should prove to be an explosive, entertaining card befitting its esteemed Staples Center location and prime Saturday night pay-per-view slot.Rousey's eminently bankable persona has turned this card into more than just a main-event spectacle. Including the full preliminary fight slate before the pay-per-view, there are 11 fig read news >>

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See who the Bloody Elbow staff is picking to win in every fight on tomorrow's UFC 184 pay-per-view event in Los Angeles, California. Ronda Rousey vs. Cat Zingano Mookie Alexander: Ronda Rousey is the UConn women's basketball team and Cat Zingano is "the field". Just because Zingano is a very good fighter who I'd probably pick to beat the rest of this division, doesn't mean I believe she'll come remotely close to winning against the champion. It's a small sample size, but she clearly lost the 1st read news >>

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The main event for UFC 184 featuring women's bantamweight champion "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano has the makings of a competitive and spirited scrap. That's not anything we're used to saying about a Rousey bout, but Zingano's strength, skill and determination creates some level of doubt about the feature bout. In my preview, I picked Rousey to win, but I don't expect it to be easy. There should be some tense moments during stand-up encounters, but ultimately the fight will go to the groun read news >>

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Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC), as it so often does, heads into uncharted territory tomorrow night (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) with its UFC 184: "Rousey vs. Zingano" pay-per-view (PPV) event, scheduled for the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. That's where women's mixed martial arts (MMA) will be featured in both the main and co-main events for the first time in the promotion's 21-year history. We can thank Chris Weidman for that, as the oft-injured "All American" was forced to bail on read news >>

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The Bellator light heavyweight title is up for grabs as champion Emanuel Newton will look to test out his talents against surging contender Liam McGeary. Many other Brits join the card, including Paul Daley and Linton Vassell. There's also something of an oddity fight, as 'King' Mo Lawal jumps up to heavyweight to take on Cheick Kongo. What: Bellator 134: Newton vs. McGeary Where: Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT When: Friday, the preliminary card starts at 8 p.m. ET on Spike.com/MMA Fighting. read news >>

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One by one, Ronda Rousey has emphatically finished every challenger that's come her way. Fight by fight, Cat Zingano hasn't let anyone stop her on her march to the top. At UFC 184, the two undefeated women will stand across from one another in the Octagon and only one will leave with that precious zero in the loss column. The odds-on favorite to be that woman is Rousey. The champion's undefeated streak is a little different to her challenger's. Zingano has had to escape the clutches of defeat. S read news >>

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Friday night, the biggest women's MMA weekend in history kicks off in Los Angeles with Invicta 11. Live on Fight Pass, the card is a stacked deck with one of the best females in combat sports history in the headliner, as well as contenders and prospects scattered throughout. Cris "Cyborg" Justino defends her Invicta Featherweight Championship against Charmaine Tweet. It's a bout in which not only the belt is being defended, but speculation runs wild about a potential Ronda Rousey showdown. With read news >>

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This coming weekend is something of a celebration for women's mixed martial arts, with UFC 184 featuring an all-female main and co-main event for the first time in the organisation’s history—not to mention Invicta FC 11 on Friday. The appeal of UFC 184 may have taken a slight hit with the loss of Chris Weidman vs. Vitor Belfort for the middleweight title, but Saturday night’s card from the Staples Center still has plenty to offer both hardcores and casuals alike. The main event features the long read news >>

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The ladies take center stage at UFC 184 on Saturday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey will defend her UFC women's bantamweight title against Cat Zingano in the main event. Raquel Pennington greets undefeated and highly touted prospect Holly Holm to the promotion in the co-feature. The most prominent men's bout is a battle of desperate veteran welterweights on separate three-fight losing streaks. Jake "The Juggernaut" Ellenberger faces Josh "Kos" Koschec read news >>

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