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Add another one to the already-impressive resume. We now know the reason Ronda Rousey was in such a big hurry to get through Cat Zingano this past weekend (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) at UFC 184. It seems "Rowdy" was eager to start prepping for her next movie project, as Variety has confirmed that she has nabbed a co-starring role in the upcoming action film "Mile 22" alongside Indonesian superstar, Iko Uwais. The film, which begins shooting in May, is set to be produced by Peter Berg who -- for all yo read news >>

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UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey will star alongside “The Raid” actor Iko Uwais in the film “Mile 22." Filming on the project begins in May. read news >>

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Bethe Correia has amassed an undefeated 9-0 record and beaten two of Ronda Rousey's team mates. Now Correia feels it is her time to take on the "really selfish" champion. While most fight fans have been transfixed by the story of Ronda Rousey's meteoric rise to the top of the upper echelon of combat sports, one fighter remains unimpressed. Bethe Correia has paved a path of destruction so far in her short UFC career. Speaking prior to Ronda Rousey's title defense against Cat Zingano at UFC 184, t read news >>

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Let’s be honest, whether in mixed martial arts or boxing, pound-for-pound rankings mean nothing. Originally created to judge who the best boxer was outside of the heavyweight division, the rankings 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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We've reached a point with Ronda Rousey where one mild distraction could cause you to miss the entirety of another brilliant UFC bantamweight title defense. Such was the case for Rousey's jiu-jitsu coach, Rener Gracie, on Saturday night. By the time Gracie tucked away Rousey's sponsor banner and settled into the blue corner, challenger Cat Zingano was already on the floor, frantically slapping her hand onto Rousey's left ankle and signaling the end of UFC 184's main event. This time Rousey's thr read news >>

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Cris Cyborg vs. Ronda Rousey continues to be the big talk of the MMA world, with Cyborg continuing the back and forth war of words on Instsgram. The big fight on everyone's minds after this weekend is the much discussed Ronda Rousey vs. Cris Cyborg superfight. Both women won and won big this weekend, with Cyborg (Cristiane Justino) scoring a 46 second KO of Charmaine Tweet at Invicta 11 Friday night, only for Rousey to one up her with a 14 second submission of Cat Zingano at UFC 184. Immediately read news >>

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It may be time to update that record… Following in Duane Ludwig's footsteps, "Judo" Gene LeBell is convinced Ronda Rousey's record-setting 14 second armbar victory over Cat Zingano in the main event of the UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) -- which took place this past Saturday night (Feb. 28, 2015) live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California -- was actually 12 seconds and some change. Check out the highlights from the main event here. "Rowdy's" finish earned her the UFC record for the fast read news >>

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Ronda Rousey said she'd be filming a movie after UFC 184. Now we know which one. The UFC women's bantamweight champion will star alongside Iko Uwais in the new action film "Mile 22," according to a Variety report. Peter Berg, of "Lone Survivor" fame, will act as producer. Rousey, 28, took out Cat Zingano with an armbar in just 14 seconds Saturday night at UFC 184 in Los Angeles. Afterward, she and UFC president Dana White said that Rousey would be taking some time off to film a movie. "Mile 22" read news >>

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Miesha Tate said she’s not filled with jealousy, but rather inspiration when Ronda Rousey flips the sport on its head with her spectacular performances.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Ronda Rousey is unlike anyone else in sports today. Sometimes LeBron James misses his free throws—like he did yesterday against the Houston Rockets. Mike Trout doesn't hit a home run every time he steps to the plate. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal haven't pulled off the Grand Slam and probably never will. Even the best have a bad day at the office sometimes. It happens. It doesn't happen to Rousey, though. By her standards, a bad day at the office meant winning in the third round instead of the read news >>

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...and making movies. It's kind of hard to look at Ronda Rousey and see selfish champion. But, that's the label Bethe Correira recently tagged the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight queen with after "Rowdy's" dominant performance at UFC 184 last weekend (Sat. Feb. 28, 2015) against Cat Zingano. And not selfish because Rousey ended the fight in a mere 14 seconds (see it again here) sending fans home somewhat dissatisfied for such a short bout, but rather because the champ s read news >>

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It looks like Ronda Rousey already has her next film project lined up, now that Cat Zingano and UFC 184 are firmly behind her. Reports are that Ronda Rousey was going to take some time off to work on another film project, before she starts looking at a return to the Octagon, or her next title challenger. Fans looking for more that 14 seconds of action out of the bantamweight title holder, may be forced to get it from the big screen instead. But, at least they won't have to wait too long for that 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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