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Watch the UFC 184 main event highlights between women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano. Saturday night's main event title fight between champion Ronda Rousey and title challenger Cat Zingano brought an end to an entertaining night of fights at UFC 184 in Los Angeles. Check out Dallas Winston's play-by-play for the fight: Zingano bull-rushes Rousey with a flying knee and nearly takes her down but Rousey counters amazingly with a head-and-arm-throw. By the time the scramble set read news >>

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Watch the video highlights from the UFC 184 fight between Raquel Pennington and Holly Holm. read news >>

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Former professional boxing standout, Holly Holm, made her long-awaited Octagon debut last night (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) in the co-main event of UFC 184 opposite Raquel Pennington. And it was good, but not great. Holm, for the most part, controlled the first two rounds of the the three-round 135-pound match inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. It was clear that she was the better striker, landing combinations seemingly at will and escaping before getting hit. The situation, however, go read news >>

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Watch the video highlights from the UFC 184 main event between Ronda Rousey and Cat Zingano. read news >>

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Watch Holly Holm vs. Raquel Pennington full fight video highlights from UFC 184's co-main event above, courtesy of ESPN. UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano took place February 28, 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. Multiple-time world champion boxer Holly Holm (8-0) made her long-awaited UFC debut against TUF 18 alumnus Raquel Pennington (5-5) in the night's co-main event, which aired live on pay-per-view. Catch the video highlights above. More Coverage: UFC 184 results | UFC newsDo read news >>

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UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zigano live gate and attendance figures from the Staples Center in Los Angeles. read news >>

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Ronda Rousey remains the queen of the women's bantamweight division after beating Cat Zingano at UFC 184 on Saturday night in Los Angeles. Rousey and Zingano headlined the card, which was originally supposed to feature a middleweight title fight between Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort. Weidman got hurt in training, however, which meant cancelling that bout and elevating Rousey vs. Zingano. Here's a look at the main card results and some of the more notable reactions on social media during the pa read news >>

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Watch the UFC 184 co-main event highlights between Holly Holm and Raquel Pennington. Prior to the title fight that headlined the UFC 184 PPV event, two other women's bantamweight competitors stepped out into the octagon for the evening's co-main event of the evening. Check out Dallas Winston's play-by-play for the fight: Pennington's outside low kick lands with the foot. And another. Holm leads with a left to the body. Holm catches Pennington with a right uppercut and a left hook. Now it's a cle read news >>

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Check out Bloody Elbow's expansive coverage from the fallout of UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano in Los Angeles, CA. It's pretty hard to say that Ronda Rousey isn't the most dominant champion in the UFC right now. She might be the most dominant champ in UFC history at this point. Seriously, how crazy is it that she has a 16-second title defense and a 14-second title defense? That level of skill absolutely blows my mind. I'm not even the biggest Rousey fan, but you have to have the utmost respect for read news >>

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In a UFC 184 battle between struggling welterweight veterans, Jake Ellenberger took on Josh Koscheck. Both men entered riding three-fight losing streaks defined by devastating stoppages and were likely to be released from the UFC with another loss. In a fairly slow first round, Ellenberger asserted himself with superior striking. While Koscheck flashed some of his once-elite wrestling skills, he was unable to assert his will. The second round, however, saw Ellenberger lock up a standing guilloti read news >>

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Cat Zingano can now be added to the expanding list of women who have tried and failed to best Ronda Rousey in the Octagon. Rowdy dispatched of her latest contender via first-round submission in the main event from the Staples Center in Los Angeles at UFC 184. And she barely broke a sweat doing it. MMA Junkie tweeted out the official result: Zingano immediately came across the cage looking to take down the champion, which she did successfully, but the champion did what she does best and put Zinga read news >>

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UFC 184 came to Los Angeles on Saturday evening, and Ronda Rousey delivered again. The women's bantamweight champion finished via armbar, and this time it only took 14 seconds. That's right, 14 seconds. UFC newcomer Holly Holm put in a workmanlike performance against the ever-tough Raquel Pennington to get her first win. Jake Ellenberger submitted Josh Koscheck to put himself back in the win column. All-in-all it was a solid night of fights for the UFC's final February fight card. We know who wo read news >>

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Tim B. takes a look at a crazy up-and-down UFC 184 event in Los Angeles that ended with a 14-second title defense. It's pretty hard to say that Ronda Rousey isn't the most dominant champion in the UFC right now. She might be the most dominant champ in UFC history at this point. Seriously, how crazy is it that she has a 16-second title defense and a 14-second title defense? That level of skill absolutely blows my mind. I'm not even the biggest Rousey fan, but you have to have the utmost respect f read news >>

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Here we go! Cat Zingano is first to the Octagon and she takes her time. Meanwhile, once "Bad Reputation" blares throughout the arena, Rousey rushes to the cage with a cold, blank stare like "Alpha" stole her lunch money. Zingano charges across the cage with a flying knee and Rousey pushes her right by. Rousey spins her around, throws her in a head lock, latches onto her right arm and torques it the wrong way. We're just seconds into the match and Rousey has Zingano in a pretzel. Zingano can no l read news >>

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