Ronda Rousey is The Champ... That's Why She's the UFC 157 Headliner (Dana White)
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http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- There has been some controversy over UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey headlining the UFC 157 pay-per-view fight card in February. Some people believe that proven UFC fighters and former champions Lyoto Machida and Dan Henderson should have taken the top spot, but UFC president Dana White disagrees.
"She's the champ. If you're the champion, you're the headliner. You're at the top of the card."
http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- Usually, UFC president Dana Whit doesn't like to talk about numbers, but he went off the wall to express how Ronda Rousey and Liz Carmouche headlining UFC 157 -- with little promotion -- already sold $750,000 in tickets. White went on to express how much new media that Ronda Rousey is attracting... which he says is more than any other fighter in UFC history. watch video >>
UFC president Dana White discusses UFC 157, the recent cuts, Nick and Nate Diaz costing him money, free agents Eddie Alvarez and Josh Barnett, Rory MacDonald's injury, Floyd Mayweather signing with Showtime, getting interviewed by Larry King, and much more. Subscribe to our channel for more MMA videos! Click here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_c... - Check us out on Facebook (Facebook.com/MMAFighting) and follow us on Twitter (@MMAFighting)! - MMA Fighting http://www.mmafighting.com watch video >>
MMA H.E.A.T.'s Karyn Bryant talks with UFC President Dana White about the UFC on FOX 5 card immediately after the pre-fight press conference in Seattle, Washington December 6, 2012. In addition to that discussion, Dana answers questions about giving champ Ronda Rousey a main event fight, GSP vs Nick Diaz and whether he believes marijuana is a performance-enhancing drug. He also talks about international versions of The Ultimate Fighter and how the 2013 fight schedule will play out on the FOX c watch video >>
MMA H.E.A.T. was on the scene at the UFC on FOX 5 press conference in Seattle, WA, when UFC President Dana White made the announcement that champ Ronda Rousey would be headlining a UFC event. After getting her belt, Ronda answers questions about fighting Liz Carmouche instead of Cris Cyborg, what it means to be the first female UFC champ and what she hope to accomplish in the organization. Karyn Bryant has been nominated 2012 MMA Journalist of the Year in the World MMA Awards. Please take a m watch video >>
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http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- UFC president Dana White has been amazed by the amount of media attention that UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche, saying it's been greater than UFC 100 or Silva vs. Sonnen II. watch video >>
http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- UFC president Dana White has long said that the women's side of mixed martial arts is still lagging too far behind to include women's weight classes in the UFC Octagon. He's still of that same mind, although his stance has softened quite a bit with the emergence of Strikeforce women's bantamweight Ronda Rousey. There's no question that Rousey has both the ability to dominate in the cage and the personality that translates such talent into star power outside of the watch video >>
http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- UFC president Dana White goes in depth on bringing Ronda Rousey to the UFC and making her the first women's champion in the UFC, what's next for Anderson Silva, Georges St-Pierre, and much, MUCH more! watch video >>
http://www.MMAWeekly.com/ -- Ronda Rousey had some harsh word for Cris Cyborg during the UFC 157 conference call with the media, but showed nothing but respect for Liz Carmouche, her UFC 157 main event opposition. Carmouche reciprocated, while both women had a lot to say about the UFC's commitment to bringing them, and women's MMA in general into the Octagon. Dan Henderson and Lyoto Machida were also on the call to discuss their co-main event bout. Rousey and Henderson, both former Olympians watch video >>
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