Found April 03, 2013 on
You don’t mess with the armbar queen. Just ask any of UFC bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey’s (pictured) previous seven victims or most recently, “The Ultimate Fighter 17″ star Uriah Hall.
Hall, who UFC president Dana White has dubbed as the most dangerous contestant to ever compete in the long-running reality show and this season’s odds-on favorite, grappled with Rousey during a practice session and experienced the wrath of the “Rowdy” one … on two consecutive occasions.
“She kicked my ass,” Hall admitted. “She threw me around. She threw me around on national television.
“That armbar is legit.”
The good news for Hall is that he won’t have to face Rousey in the TUF tourney. The middleweight meets Dylan Andrews in the semifinals, while Josh Samman fights Kelvin Gastelum on the other end of the brackets.
The show’s winner secures his short-term future by scoring a six-figure UFC contract.
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