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Ronda Rousey says she doesn't condone violence against women under any circumstances, and that she doesn't think any commission would ever sanction a man vs. woman MMA fight. How would Ronda Rousey do against a male bantamweight? It's a question the women's 135 lb champion has been getting a lot lately. Partially because it's a topic that UFC figures like Dana White and Joe Rogan have been pushing for years in public interviews, partially because she herself has been willing to entertain the ide read news >>

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Even if "Rowdy" believes she can defeat a man, she doesn't believe the opportunity will ever present itself. "It's not a reality. They're not gonna do anything like that. Fights are chaotic. Anything can happen. And there's no setting in which we should condone a man hitting a woman. I really just don't think that any athletic commission on Earth would ever condone something like that. Fights are going to go both ways. You're going to see both people hitting each other. I don't think we should c read news >>

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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) site coordinator Burt Watson did, in fact, have an "incident" at the UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) event back on Feb. 28, 2015 in Los Angeles, Calif., one that led to his early retirement from mixed martial arts (MMA). It did not, however, involve UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey or longtime middleweight veteran Mark Munoz. As for the person responsible for expediting the untimely exit of the "babysitter to the stars," that remains a mystery read news >>

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Luke Thomas is back and shares his insights about Ronda Rousey, the Cleveland Browns, Kevin Durant, and Marshawn Lynch. read news >>

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UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey says that beating Bethe Correia in Brazil "would be the best way I could really feel like I've vindicated my friends, to go to her hometown and beat her in her hometown". The 135-pound contender welcomes "Rowdy" with open arms. At 3-0 under the UFC, including wins over Rousey’s teammates Jessamyn Duke and Shayna Baszler, Correia says that competing for the UFC gold in front of her countrymen would bring responsibility and pressure, and that’s exactly what s read news >>

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On the latest edition of The MMA Beat, the panelists discuss Ronda Rousey's win at UFC 184, Brock Lesnar's potential return to the octagon, the Rampage Jackson-Bellator lawsuit, Burt Watson's abrupt departure from the promotion, and more. read news >>

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Burt Watson has revealed that while there was an incident at UFC 184 that led to his leaving the UFC, it didn't involve Ronda Rousey, Mark Munoz, Dana White, or the Fertittas. Burt Watson gave his first public interview since leaving his position as the event coordinator for the UFC, sometime during the UFC 184 weekend. In the short time following his departure, the internet has been awash in rumors as to exactly why he left the organization. A lack of clear information has led to some serious n read news >>

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Reigning Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is so confident she can destroy undefeated 135-pound contender Bethe Correia, she's even willing to travel into enemy territory to get the job done. Straight-up Rocky IV style. Rousey (11-0), who obliterated Cat Zingano last weekend in Los Angeles, has been "demanding" a fight against the lippy Brazilian after the hot-headed "Pitbull" disposed of her fellow Horsewomen, then talked all kinds of smack about th read news >>

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Karim Zidan analyzes the Men vs. Women matches in tennis, including the iconic ‘Battle of the Sexes.’ Ronda Rousey continues to attract mainstream attention to a sport with her awe-inspiring fights and record-breaking submission wins. She exudes an aura of deadly confidence, and enforces it with ruthless aggression and utter dominance. In fact, she has become so dominant as of late, that media outlets have begun to entertain the hypothetical man vs. woman challenges to emphasize Rousey's unique read news >>

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When Ronda Rousey speaks, the UFC listens. And when it comes to Rousey publicly calling out opponents, that's an action that doesn't happen lightly. So the fact that the UFC women's bantamweight champion identified Brazilian grinder Bethe Correia as her next potential victim could mean the stars have aligned in that direction. On Jay Mohr Sports on Thursday (h/t MMA Fighting), Rousey said she was eyeing a bout with Correia, who has beaten two of Rousey's Four Horsewomen teammates and, as recentl read news >>

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There are people who are incredibly curious about how Ronda Rousey would do in a fight against a man. They're never going to find out. Doug Gottlieb asked the UFC women's bantamweight how close her fighting a male was to becoming a reality Thursday and Rousey bristled at the question. "It's not a reality," Rousey said. "They're not gonna do anything like that. Fights are chaotic. Anything can happen. And there's no setting in which we should condone a man hitting a woman." UFC president Dana Whi read news >>

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No woman has come close to defeating UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey thus far, and the undefeated superstar is of the mind that she could have similar success against the men. According to Luke Augustus of MailOnline, the 28-year-old titleholder revealed on The Dan Patrick Show that she could potentially defeat the men in UFC's bantamweight division. I'm not offended. I really don't think that's serious. I consider it a compliment that people will even consider it. I never say tha read news >>

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In a fight that some had expected to be her toughest to date, UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey needed just 14 seconds to retain her title on Saturday night at “UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano” in Los Angeles. Rousey finished top contender Cat (...) read news >>

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Retired UFC middleweight superstar, Chael Sonnen weighs in on some of the buzz-worthy topics in the community. Key points of conversation included his take on MMA in NY, Brock Lesnar, Cris Cyborg, whether Ronda Rousey could beat her bantamweight male counterparts and more. When it comes to fighter opinion and solid insight about this sport, there's one man who manages to capture attention and relay valuable gems of wisdom better than just about anybody in the MMA space, and that man is Chael Son read news >>

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