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Just in case you missed the UFC 168 post-fight press – Ronda Rousey will be fighting again in less than two months. Her opponent, fellow Olympian Sara McMann, also celebrates an undefeated record in pro MMA and has medaled multiple times in submission grappling and freestyle wrestling. In an unprecedented move by the UFC, the official event poster was released just moments after Rousey’s title fight ended. It’s also one of the better posters the UFC has released in recent memory. Check it out below -
With the addition of this Rousey vs. McMann title fight UFC 170 goes from a pretty bad excuse for a pay-per-view to a pretty stacked card. Evans vs. Cormier couldn’t have carried this card, however, that fight makes for a fantastic co-main event and potential title eliminator. Also, if Melendez vs. Nurmagomedov becomes official that fight is a guaranteed must see scrap. Then you have a welterweight contest in MacDonald vs. Maia that features two top guys looking to get back in the wi...
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The beef between Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate is real. After defeating Tate by third-round armbar at UFC 168 on Saturday, Rousey refused to shake her opponent’s hand. Tate extended her hand as a show of sportsmanship, but Rousey turned her back on her enemy. Rousey explained after the fight that Tate went too far […]
Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (pictured) became the UFC’s golden girl after February’s sensational debut victory over Liz Carmouche. Rousey could have done or said almost anything at that point and could still do no wrong.
Fast forward past a contentious stint as coach on “The Ultimate Fighter 18″ against bitter rival Miesha Tate and Rousey can now seemingly do no...
UFC 170 has added another top women's fight to go along with the main event pitting Ronda Rousey vs. Sara McMann.
Submission specialist Alexis Davis, fresh off her three-round dominant decision victory over Liz Carmouche, will take on second-time UFC fighter and Ohio native Jessica Eye.
UFC officials confirmed the bout on Monday .
Some would argue that Davis (15-5) could be...
UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey successfully defended her title for the first time, when she defeated nemesis Miesha Tate via third round armbar. Following the win, she refused to shake Miesha’s hand, causing the arena to erupt in boos condemning her actions.
Following the event, Rousey joined Chael Sonnen, Jon Anik and Danei Cormeir and explained that she has...
After putting on a submission, and fight of the night performance in the evenings co-main event, Ronda Rousey sat down with her mom and mates to watch the main event of the night. Their priceless reaction to the Silva leg injury was caught on video, and if you saw it live, or even on a replay - it's likely yours was just about the same - if you have a pulse. Related Articles...
UFC 168 took place on Saturday night from the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. In the main event, Chris Weidman defeated Anderson Silva to retain the UFC middleweight title after Silva broke his leg while throwing a leg kick, that was checked by Weidman.
In the co-feature, Ronda Rousey retained the UFC women’s bantamweight title defeating Miesha Tate by third round submission...
“Batman played the bad guy and let (Two-Face) look like the good guy because that’s what Gotham City needed at the time. For every fight, I approach it as what’s needed at the time.” Ronda Rousey after UFC 168
A previously rumoured lightweight bout between Gilbert Melendez (22-3) and Khabib Nurmagomedov (21-0, pictured) has now been made official for UFC 170, with MMAFighting reporting that the bout has now been confirmed and will take place on the main card.The news comes hot of the heels of the announcement that Ronda Rousey (8-0) will make a quick turnaround to defend her UFC women’s...
In the best fight of the night so far at UFC 168, Ronda Rousey stayed undefeated (8-0) and the Women’s Bantamweight Champion, by submitting Miesha Tate with an arm bar in the 3rd round. After many attempts at her signature arm bar, Rousey finally caught Tate with the signature move in the 3rd round.
Check out the submission after the jump.
Maybe you shouldn’t have worn that...
Ronda Rousey won’t have much time to kick back and enjoy her latest victory over Miesha Tate at UFC 168 last night as she’s now set to go straight back into training camp for her next fight.
At last night’s UFC 168 post-fight press conference Dana White announced that Rousey will now defend her title against Sara McMann at UFC 170 on February 22nd in Las Vegas.
The title fight...
Bad news, the light heavyweight shootout between former champion Rashad Evans and Daniel Cormier is no longer headlining UFC 170. Good news, they are now co-headlining the February 22 show because bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey (pictured) will be defending her throne against Sara McMann in the event.
UFC president Dana White made the announcement during Saturday’s UFC 168 post...
After a spectacular night of MMA action, UFC president Dana White awarded Travis Browne and Miesha Tate each an additional $75,000 for their special performances Saturday night at “UFC 168: Weidman vs. Silva II.” Ronda Rousey (pictured) double-dipped and took home two bonuses for a total of $150,000.
Rousey and Tate put on the most thrilling show of the night, and they were rewarded...
Closed-circuit footage of Ronda Rousey reacting to Anderson Silva's broken leg injury.
The broken leg that Anderson Silva suffered during his loss to Chris Weidman at UFC 168 over the weekend was one of the nastiest injury’s the sport has ever seen. If you have watched the replay of the moment where Silva snapped his leg, you must have a pretty strong stomach. In fact, it was […]
All the best to the champ and his family! 2014 should be one hell of a year for Chris.
Congratulations to Ronda Rousey and her team
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