Don't blink! Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight Queen, Ronda Rousey, boasted in the build up to her UFC 184 main event against Cat Zingano last night (Feb. 28, 2015) that she was in the "best shape" of her life. She wasn't...Show More Summary
UFC 184's main event between women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey and the (previously) undefeated Cat Zingano was over in a flash. Flying knee. Whiff. Scramble. Armlock. Tapout. All in all, it took Rousey just 14 seconds to force Zingano to tap. For Zingano, it was the worst night in her athletic career. Show More Summary
Ronda Rousey continues to make a mockery of the Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s bantamweight division.
Former professional boxing standout, Holly Holm, made her long-awaited Octagon debut last night (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) in the co-main event of UFC 184 opposite Raquel Pennington. And it was good, but not great. Holm, for the most part,...Show More Summary
Ronda Rousey remains the queen of the women's bantamweight division after beating Cat Zingano at UFC 184 on Saturday night in Los Angeles. Rousey and Zingano headlined the card, which was originally supposed to feature a middleweight title fight between Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort. Show More Summary
Women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey provided further proof that she is light years ahead of her competition, writes Greg Savage.
Could the former UFC heavyweight champion be making a comeback? "Apparently Brock Lesnar is a UFC fan and he was in town and wanted to come see the fight tonight. He's under contract with the WWE, and when his contract is up, I am sure...Show More Summary
Mo money, mo problems... The dust has barely settled on UFC 184: "Rousey vs. Zingano" from Los Angeles, Calif., which means it's time to honor those select fighters who went above and beyond in their respective fights last night (Feb. Show More Summary
And I'd dare anyone say otherwise. Ronda Rousey continued to tighten the stranglehold she has on women's mixed martial arts (MMA) after defeating Cat Zingano in the main event of UFC 184, which went down last night (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015)...Show More Summary
Cat Zingano came charging out of the corner, launching herself at UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey with a fierce determination, murder in her eyes and weeks of muscle memory twitching in every fiber. That didn't end up being the...Show More Summary
Ronda Rousey continues to raise the bar -- or apply it, if you prefer.
UFC 184 came to Los Angeles on Saturday evening, and Ronda Rousey delivered again. The women's bantamweight champion finished via armbar, and this time it only took 14 seconds. That's right, 14 seconds. UFC newcomer Holly Holm put in a workmanlike performance against the ever-tough Raquel Pennington to get her first win. Show More Summary
Cat Zingano can now be added to the expanding list of women who have tried and failed to best Ronda Rousey in the Octagon. Rowdy dispatched of her latest contender via first-round submission in the main event from the Staples CenterShow More Summary
In a UFC 184 battle between struggling welterweight veterans, Jake Ellenberger took on Josh Koscheck. Both men entered riding three-fight losing streaks defined by devastating stoppages and were likely to be released from the UFC with another loss. In a fairly slow first round, Ellenberger asserted himself with superior striking. Show More Summary
Ronda Rousey maintains her stranglehold on UFC gold, as she scores 14-second submission on Cat Zingano in UFC 184 main event.
UFC 184 : "Rousey vs. Zingano" coming to a close last night (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) -- and Ronda Rousey vs. Cat Zingano showdown closing the promotion's latest pay-per-view (PPV) event -- check out the LIVE post-fight press conferenceShow More Summary
UFC 184 proved to be a successful debut for highly touted former boxing champion Holly Holm. Holm defeated Raquel “Rocky” Pennington in Saturday night's co-main event. Holm started the fight by being methodical with her striking. She did not put a lot of power in her strikes. Show More Summary
The stage is set for an epic women's bantamweight clash between the only champion the division has ever known, "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey and the woman who might represent her stiffest challenge to date, Cat Zingano. It all goes down at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, on Saturday night at UFC 184. Show More Summary
Women's Bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, returned to the Octagon tonight (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) to defend her 135-pound crown against No. 1-ranked division contender, Cat Zingano, in the main event of UFC 184 inside Staples Center in Los Angeles, California. And "Rowdy" never looked better. Zingano, however, made a critical mistake. Show More Summary
Here we go! Cat Zingano is first to the Octagon and she takes her time. Meanwhile, once "Bad Reputation" blares throughout the arena, Rousey rushes to the cage with a cold, blank stare like "Alpha" stole her lunch money. Zingano charges across the cage with a flying knee and Rousey pushes her right by. Show More Summary