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Ronda Rousey is from De Mars, women are from Venus. There’s a distinction to be made there, because at this time in the fight game it’s Rousey and the rest of the gender. It’s to the point that when Rousey said her mother, AnnMarie De Mars, once submitted somebody with an armbar in a single second, the inclination wasn’t to say that’s impossible, but to wonder what sector of Hell this band of marauders crawled out from.Rousey needed only 14 seconds to tap out Cat Zingano on Saturday night at UFC read news >>

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Pro wrestling legend Gene Lebell revealed that Ronda Rousey’s rapid-fire win on Saturday night actually lasted 12.83 seconds instead of 14 seconds. read news >>

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Ronda Rousey needed less than 30 seconds to put away Cat Zingano and retain the UFC women's bantamweight crown. The former Olympic judoka defended her belt for the fifth time and pushed her record to 11-0. As she looks down at the rest of the division chasing her, questions arise as to who will be her next opponent. There are a number of individuals to pick from, but Holly Holm should not be the answer. When looking at the UFC rankings for the 135-pound women's division it's clear that Rousey ha read news >>

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LOS ANGELES – Following a quick and crushing loss to UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, Cat Zingano struggled to put the performance into words. But UFC President Dana White had some encouraging words of his own.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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Ronda Rousey needed all of 14 seconds to defend her UFC women's bantamweight title and defeat Cat Zingano at UFC 184. Almost immediately after the opening bell rang, Rousey saw an opening and locked in her armbar. From there, Zingano had no choice but to tap. The result tied the UFC record for quickest submission: Perhaps even more impressive was the fact that Rousey admitted the armbar was completely improvised in the middle of the Octagon, per MMA Fighting: MMA Fighting's Ariel Helwani noted h read news >>

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How do you top a 16-second knockout? Apparently you submit your toughest test two seconds quicker. There simply aren't enough superlatives to describe what Ronda Rousey is accomplishing right now in women's MMA. It, for lack of a better term, is what it is. Rousey remains the undefeated UFC women's bantamweight champion, finishing Cat Zingano on Saturday night at UFC 184 with an inverted armlock that Rousey later admitted to never actually drilling in a live practice. The entire scene was equal read news >>

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Women's Bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, returned to the Octagon tonight (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) to defend her 135-pound crown against No. 1-ranked division contender, Cat Zingano, in the main event of UFC 184 inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. And "Rowdy" never looked better. Zingano, however, made a critical mistake. "Alpha" attempted to surprise "Rowdy" with a flying knee to start the match, which proved to ultimately be her undoing. Rousey stepped aside, used her judo, and t read news >>

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Cat Zingano was going to be the biggest threat Ronda Rousey has ever faced, they said. She's undefeated, she has an reservoir of willpower, and she'll push Rousey like she's never pushed before. Instead, Zingano became the fastest victim of Rousey's magnificent career. The only women's bantamweight champion in UFC history retained her title in a mere 14 seconds on Saturday night. Cementing her legend as the women's combat sports answer to the prime Mike Tyson, Rousey capitalized on a Zingano mis read news >>

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LOS ANGELES – Ronda Rousey extended her reign as UFC women’s bantamweight champion in characteristically dominant fashion, submitting Cat Zingano in 14 seconds to defend her title a fifth time. Rousey (11-0 MMA, 5-0 UFC), 28, finished her opponent even faster (...) 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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Ronda Rousey vs. Cris Cyborg? The latter won impressively yet again, and it will only spark more interest in the super-fight. "I’m actually gonna go watch her fight tonight and I don’t know, we’ll go from there." That's Dana White speaking to AXS TV about Cris Cyborg. With the UFC president cageside at Invicta FC 11, and a potential super-fight against Ronda Rousey 'closer than it has ever been', Cyborg put on a show and kept her end of the bargain. Cyborg took on Charmaine Tweet, and she absolu read news >>

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LOS ANGELES -- If it happens, a lot of people are going to make a ton of money on a bout between Ronda Rousey and Cris "Cyborg" Justino. Justino made sure of that Friday night, absolutely crushing Charmaine Tweet by TKO in just 46 seconds in the main event of Invicta FC 11 at Shrine Hall. Rousey will meet Cat Zingano at nearby Staples Center in just 24 hours. "Cyborg" got the women's MMA weekend off first, smoing Tweet with an overhand right and landing punches on the ground immediately to start read news >>

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If football is a game of inches, mixed martial arts is a battle of frames—fractions of moments that carry fighters from one second to the next. Fights are won and lost in these frames, and in a niche sport that’s turned into a mainstream melting pot over the last decade, MMA’s most dominant fighters have learned that the difference between winning and losing usually boils down to who can transition faster from one style to another. With this is in mind, MMA animator Chris Rini drew up a poignant read news >>

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