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Ronda Rousey Returns, Attempting to Bring Order to Chaos

Photo by Jason Silva-USA TODAY Sports When Ronda Rousey returns to MMA on Dec. 30, the former women's bantamweight champion revisits a division that's been turned upside down since she left it behind. Back then, the biggest problem was finding another 135-pound female who could make Rousey bleed before she hyperextended their arm or pounded their face in, usually in the first round and often in seconds.
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