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After her recent victory for XFC, Heather "Hurricane" Clark won't stop until she's "become the best female fighter in the world." Retweet this Share on Facebook • Email • StumbleUpon • Reddit • read news >>

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The Ultimate Fighter season 20’s Heather Jo Clark isn’t a name dropper, and that’s probably a good thing, because if she ran down the litany of standout fighters and coaches she’s worked with over... read news >>

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The Ultimate Fighter 20: Team Pettis vs. Team Melendez cast member Heather Jo Clark details how she became a part of the upcoming season of the popular reality show. read news >>

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Las Vegas has become UFC fighter Miesha Tate’s new home, but the Washington native is hoping she can convince some other female fighters to join her in Sin City.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, UFC, Videos read news >>

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The female strawweight cast were at the TUF 20 red carpet event in Los Angeles, and they spoke about various topics such as the way they are being marketed now, the experience in the TUF house and what we can expect with the show. read news >>

  • 22 days ago
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The Ultimate Fighter 20 makes its glorious debut on Fox Sports 1 Wednesday night, where the female strawweights compete to become the first ever UFC women's 115-pound champion. Among the participants are Invicta, RFA and Bellator veterans. The season promises drama, great fights and big personalities. That's why it will likely be a ratings success for both the UFC and parent company Fox. Stay with Bleacher Report tonight as we update from the season premiere. Below are the contestants on this se read news >>

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Christine Stanley took a page out of UFC middleweight Uriah Hall's book over the weekend by rendering her opponent unconscious with a devastating spinning hook kick just five seconds into the first round. In a weekend dominated by back-to-back UFC events, the Team Hurricane Awesome flyweight exploded into the spotlight on Saturday night after recording one of the best knockouts of the year at Xplode Fight Series: Tidal Wave. Stanley, a teammate of top UFC bantamweight contender Liz Carmouche, kn read news >>

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After a few fighters such as Sara McMann complained, Dana White says there might be changes to the UFC's canvas. Following Sara McMann's decision win this past weekend, she brought up other issues about the Octagon's canvas being a bit 'sandy'. She says it not only hampered her footwork, the grains also got to her eye which became a bit of a distraction during her UFC bout: "I didn’t like the canvas, and there’s sand on it. I found sand all over my body and I had a little bit of sand in my eye. read news >>

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Prior to her blistering 16-second TKO win over Alexis Davis at UFC 175, UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey sat down with the Hollywood Reporter to lay out her plan on becoming a true female action star. "I never thought that being an action movie star was in the cards for me," said Rousey. "My agent, [WME's] Brad Slater, kept telling me, "You're going to be the female Rock." Then I started to believe it could be a reality. I don't half-ass anything. If I'm going to do something, I'm read news >>

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Ronda Rousey made history by becoming the first MMA fighter to win an ESPY award. While most MMA fans were obviously tuned into UFC Fight Night: Cerrone vs. Miller, there was the matter of the ESPY awards in Los Angeles. One of the categories for the ESPN-presented ceremony was "Best Female Athlete", with nominees Maya Moore (WNBA), Mikaela Shiffrin (2014 Olympic gold medalist in slalom skiing), Breanna Stewart (UConn college basketball), and UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. And t read news >>

  • 2 months ago
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Few, if any, would argue Ronda Rousey isn't the top female fighter on the planet. While Cyborg Justino might take issue with the claim, Rousey is demonstrably more accomplished given her status as the UFC women's bantamweight champion. Yet, the question remains, how does she stack up against the best of the men? According to Rousey's coach Edmond Tarverdyan, the answer is right at the top. "Top three, for sure. Top three, yes," he told Ariel Helwani on Monday's The MMA Hour. "Ronda finishes ever read news >>

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