Found February 18, 2013 on Fight Hub TV:
PLAYERS: Manny Gamburyan
Finally, it’s the UFC 157 fight week and we are here to continue our exclusive behind-the-scenes coverage of the first female UFC champ ever… What’s her name again? Not many people know her yet, but we think she will blow up pretty soon… Ah yes, Ronda Rousey. Take another trip with us up to Big Bear, where Ronda has established the last leg of her training camp before she places her women’s bantamweight title on the line in the main event of UFC 157. This latest montage, from our videographer Michael Mardones, shows Ronda preparing for the formidable Carmouche with her striking coach Edmond Tarverdyan (Ronda looks sharp), Manny Gamburyan (she taps him, multiple times) and another deadly female killer waiting in the wings -Marina Shafir (scary). As Ronda says: some people have a camp and teammates, but Ronda has a family to train with. A family of highly-trained monsters. Few fighters are this welcoming and open mere days from the biggest fight of their lives, but Ronda seems ready a...

Behind the scenes of Ronda Rousey’s training camp in Big Bear: UFC 157

With Ronda Rousey about to make history by being the first women to step into the Octagon with a title strapped around her waist, her training camps have gottenbecome more intense and even more high-profile. Our own Michael Mardones followed the first female UFC champ in history as she trained at Big Bear with Manny Gamburyan and her stable of tough guys backing her up. It’s apparent...
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