Results for: UFC Trading Cards Include Ronda Rousey in news

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Topps UFC Bloodlines is a new trading card product that features the most notable fighters, including Ronda Rousey, in mixed martial arts. read news >>

  • 5 months ago
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"I got the trading cards first. Then I got the video game on Gameboy Color. My first one was Pokemon blue, and my first Pokemon was Charmander. I got immediately hooked. I lost a bunch of weight and I was a small kid. I wouldn't stop playing. I just had a stack of milk and graham crackers next to me because I wouldn't get up. I'll just have a cracker and keep playing. I've got every single version of every generation of the game. When Blue came out, I didn't just wait for Silver. I got Blue, I b read news >>

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So you wanna see UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey fight a guy? Well, here you go. read news >>

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Former Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) site coordinator Burt Watson, also known as the "babysitter to the stars," shocked the mixed martial arts (MMA) community earlier this week when he announced he was leaving the ZUFFA family after 14 years of dedicated service. Get the initial report here. Not long after he was gone, reports began surfacing on Twitter (via Front Row Brian) that Watson threw in the towel after a run-in with the Ronda Rousey entourage at UFC 184. Not because he was gettin read news >>

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Maybe Joe Rogan was being generous with his estimate. Ronda Rousey said on ESPN's SportsCenter on Thursday that she could defeat "100 percent" of UFC men's bantamweights given the right circumstances. Rogan, the UFC's color commentator, said earlier this week that he thought she might beat half of them. "I never say that I'm incapable of beating anybody, because I don't believe in putting limits on myself," Rousey said. "So I mean, I would have to say if you're just talking about what's in the r read news >>

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Early PPV estimates for UFC 184 are showing that Ronda Rousey could in fact be the biggest star in the UFC's roster right now. Ronda Rousey is already a media darling who is able to tap markets and audiences in a way that other UFC stars can't. It's been questioned if that would translate into actual PPV buys, especially on a card like UFC 184 that's topped by two women's fights and no one else with real name value. The preliminary card drew an impressive 1.2 million viewers, and peaked at 1.45 read news >>

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Ask Ronda Rousey’s mom what the UFC should do with her daughter now that she’s won five straight and dispatched her past three challengers in less time than it takes to microwave a Hot Pocket, and the answer is simple. Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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In case you forgot how much fun the Internet can be sometimes, I present to you Ronda Rousey's submission win over Cat Zingano, completely redone in lumpy clay because, well, who doesn't love some good old-fashioned stop-motion animation? Have a look. ROWDY RONDA ROUSEY A video posted by @azxd on Mar 3, 2015 at 2:13am PST Compare it to the real thing right here. Rousey disposed of Zingano in just 14 seconds in the UFC 184 pay-per-view (PPV) main event, which took place just last weekend (Sat., F read news >>

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The question that the UFC just can't seem to tear itself away from: How would their woman's bantamweight champion do against men? All the news, notes, and updates. It wasn't that long ago the Ronda Rousey vs. Floyd Mayweather was the "soup du jour" of UFC talking points, when it came to their ultra dominant women's bantamweight champion. Now, in the wake of UFC 184, and Rousey putting a serious hurting on Cat Zingano in less time than it take Bruce Buffer to belt out his intros, it looks like th read news >>

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This is episode 128 of the Promotional Malpractice Live Chat. UFC 184 was in the books and like most MMA events these days, it was anything but ordinary. UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey not only defeated Cat Zingano, but did so in a mere 14 seconds (or less depending on whom you ask). That means Rousey isn't just miles ahead of her bantamweight contemporaries, but light years. It's borderline unfair to ask them to face her. We'll break down everything that happened and what it mea read news >>

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After UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey’s mom poked fun at Cristiane Justino on Tuesday, the Invicta FC featherweight titleholder has fired back.Filed under: News, UFC read news >>

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With UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and top featherweight Cris Cyborg both earning dominating wins this past weekend the inevitable talk of a showdown has been in full force. Rousey defeated No. 1 contender Cat Zingano in just 14 seconds in the main event at UFC 184, while Cyborg took just 46 seconds to dispatch Charmaine Tweet at Invicta FC 11. Joining our own Ariel Helwani on Monday's MMA Hour, Rousey's Jiu Jitsu coach Rener Gracie said he believed Cyborg was being given 'more read news >>

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Ronda Rousey's sister let fans in on 5 little-known facts about the UFC women's bantamweight champion. Ronda Rousey has been plastered over the MMA and sports media waves almost constantly for the last several weeks due to her scheduled title defense against Cat Zingano, a fight she won with remarkable speed and skill. Anything she says or does generally makes news, whether she has a fight or not, so it stands to reason that some stories might fall through the cracks. Her sister, Maria Burns Ort read news >>

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Ronda Rousey is well on her way toward becoming the most dominant current UFC champion. On Saturday, Rousey defended her UFC belt in a fifth consecutive outing by submitting Cat Zingano. Though Zingano was widely considered to be the toughest challenger remaining for Rousey in the women's bantamweight division, the champion locked up another armbar in only 14 seconds. That gave Rousey the record for quickest win in a UFC championship bout. Was the win enough to move Rousey into the Top Five in t read news >>

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