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Pay-per-view estimates for Saturday's UFC 184 aren't in yet, but thus far all signs for the show being a success have continued to come in.The prelims on FOX Sports 1 from 8-10 p.m. ET drew 1,205,000 viewers, the third-largest for FOX Sports 1. This trailed only the UFC 168 (Chris Weidman vs. Anderson Silva and Rousey vs. Miesha Tate) at 1,554,000 and the UFC 183 (Anderson Silva vs. Nick Diaz) prelims at 1,546,000. The UFC 183 numbers benefited greatly with the Miesha Tate vs. Sara McMann fight read news >>

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Saturday night's UFC 184 event offered more of that patented Ronda Rousey magic: the anticipation; the atmosphere; and the quick destruction of an opponent that leaves us all breathless and wondering who can possibly step up and give Rousey a run for her money. Today, we take a look back at Saturday night and figure out what we learned, loved and hated. Leave your own thoughts in the comments below. WHAT WE LEARNED Ronda Rousey's dominance is something of a controversial subject. At least that's read news >>

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The conversation about the most impressive performances Saturday night has to begin with Ronda Rousey. It took the UFC women's bantamweight champion just 14 seconds to submit Cat Zingano in the UFC 184 main event. Zingano was supposed to represent the toughest test for Rousey to date. I guess the champ didn't get the memo. After side-stepping Zingano's amateurish attempt at a running knee in the first two seconds of the fight, Rousey took Zingano down and quickly forced her to submit to her pate read news >>

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After staying undefeated at UFC 184 on Saturday night in Los Angeles, Ronda Rousey is doing something special in the sport of mixed martial arts. That's made all the more true when one factors in her dispatching of top contender Cat Zingano in a mere 14 seconds in the first round. The domination she's showing is so impressive, it's drawing comparisons to the peak reign of former boxing heavyweight champion Mike Tyson. Just as Tyson would dispatch seemingly top contenders with ease, Rousey is doi read news >>

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What else is there to say about Ronda Rousey? She is clearly in a league of her own after she took just 14 seconds to record a submission victory over Cat Zingano and defend her bantamweight title at UFC 184 on Saturday night. Per the UFC's official Twitter account, the win made history for its swiftness. At this point, it seems as if Rousey is without peer in her division and in the sport. No other fighter—regardless of gender—has been as dominant in his or her reign as champion. Suggesting any read news >>

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Karim Zidan delves into the real winners and losers from Saturday night’s UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano event from Los Angeles, California. UFC 184 - a fight card ravished with injuries and disappointing title fight cancelations, yet one that still managed to beat low expectations with a mixture of surprising results and exhilarating finishes. The crowning jewel of the event was women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, who she certainly lived up to her billing as one of the promotion's biggest read news >>

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Immediately following her UFC 184 quick submission win over Cat Zingano on Saturday, women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey offered Zingano a rematch. read news >>

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This is the UFC 184 live blog for Jake Ellenberger vs. Josh Koscheck, a welterweight bout at Saturday night's UFC event at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.Ellenberger, who has won two of his past five fights, will face Koscheck, who also has won two of his past five fights, on the main card.Check out the UFC 184 live blog below. More Coverage: UFC 184 Results | UFC newsDownload MMA Fighting iPhone App Round 1:Round 2:Round 3: read news >>

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This is the UFC 184 live blog for Alan Jouban vs. Richard Walsh, a welterweight bout at Saturday night's UFC event at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.Jouban, who is 1-1 in his UFC career, will face Walsh, who is also 1-1 in his UFC career, on the main card.Check out the UFC 184 live blog below. More Coverage: UFC 184 Results | UFC newsDownload MMA Fighting iPhone App Round 1:Round 2:Round 3: read news >>

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This is the UFC 184 live blog for Tony Ferguson vs. Gleison Tibau, a lightweight bout at Saturday night's UFC event at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.Ferguson, who has won four of his past five fights, will face Tibau, who also has won four of his past five fights as well, on the main card.Check out the UFC 184 live blog below. More Coverage: UFC 184 Results | UFC newsDownload MMA Fighting iPhone App Round 1: Round 2:Round 3: read news >>

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MMA Fighting's Esther Lin was on the scene at the UFC's 'Welcome to the Show' event Saturday afternoon. read news >>

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If Cat Zingano upsets Rona Rousey on Saturday at UFC 184, the former will be one of the biggest breakout stars this year. However, Rousey is my pick to win a tough main event matchup. Zingano won't embarrass herself, but Rousey's persistence, toughness and skill on the ground will ultimately get her another successful title defense. If we're looking for stars who'll break out on Saturday, the list begins with a young lady making her UFC debut in the co-featured bout. Holly Holm The powerful stri read news >>

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Saturday, Staples Center in Los Angeles plays host to the historic UFC 184. There, female fighters carry the card at one of the promotion's biggest events of the year. The co-main event is a whopper, as Holly Holm—one of the sport's premier rising names—squares off with Raquel Pennington. The attention, of course, lasers in on the headline act when Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano step into the Octagon. While an injury to Chris Weidman helped rearrange the card to its final format, the women involve 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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