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UFC Quick Quote: Edmond Tarverdyan says five Bethe Correia's could not beat Ronda Rousey

Could another first round finish be in the making for "Rowdy?" "There could be three Bethe's together, or Bethe [the] word is five letters to spell that out? There could be five of her. Five chicks like that, they can't do shit to Ronda." "Ronda's going to demolish her, you know in front of her home town so she could keep her mouth a bit closed. Show More Summary

5 for Fighting!: Five key storylines heading into UFC Fight Night 62

Ultimate Fighting Championship will host its first event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 2015 TONIGHT (Sat., March 21, 2015), featuring a match up of top-ranked welterweights in the show's headliner. Here is what you need to know about...Show More Summary

Ronda Rousey Spits Fire at Presser in Brazil to Promote Fight with Bethe Correia

Ronda Rousey and her UFC 190 opponent, Bethe Correia, showed just how much they don't like each other when they appeared at a media event Friday in Brazil. At the UFC 189 media event, the two promoted their upcoming bout, alongside Jose...Show More Summary

Six Things More Likely to Occur Than Ronda Rousey Losing To Bethe Correia

(Props: Fox Sports) By CP Reader Ramsey O'Shea If the circulating reports have any truth to them, it looks like Ronda Rousey will make her next title defense against Bethe Correia in the main event of UFC 190 on August 1st. According...Show More Summary

The 3 Biggest Stars Who Emerged from UFC 185

How wrong we were. Anthony Pettis was supposed to take another step toward the top of the pound-for-pound mountain after destroying a tough Rafael dos Anjos. That didn't happen. Carla Esparza was supposed to walk across the Octagon and...Show More Summary

Phoenix Jones: What Ben Fodor Signing with WSOF Means to MMA

If one were to tell you that Batman existed for real and was going to unmask for the sake of taking a mixed martial arts fight on a Saturday night in Connecticut, that would probably get your attention. Potential for The Joker or The...Show More Summary

Julianna Pena more than willing to show Ronda Rousey who is the bigger UFC bully

How do you defeat a bully? You learn to become one yourself, according to "Venezuelan Vixen." Julianna Pena recently had some strong words for Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, blasting...Show More Summary

Video: Former Invicta FC champ Michelle Waterson stars in Samsung Galaxy commercial

Ronda Rousey may have Reebok, but Michelle Waterson has Samsung behind her. The former Invicta FC atomweight champion stars in the Samsung Mobile USA's latest promotional ad in which "The Karate Hottie" advertises the Galaxy Note Edge by showing how it helps her with her daily duties as a mom as well as a professional fighter. Show More Summary

Joe Rogan: Everyone Should Fear Cyborg at 145, Including Ronda Rousey

As Ronda Rousey continues to dominate the women's bantamweight division, Cristiane "Cyborg" Justino lurks in the background, constantly hanging over her legacy like an immutable cloud of darkness. Rousey is content to keep her head down in the pouring rain of criticism, refusing to look up at the one threat actually capable of dethroning her. Show More Summary

UFC 185 Results: Ryan Benoit Won't Be Punished for Kicking Pettis in the Butt

Sergio Pettis got his butt kicked on Saturday night. Literally. Coming off a loss in his UFC debut, Ryan Benoit was fighting with his back against the wall at UFC 185 against Pettis, one of the flyweight division’s brightest prospects. The...Show More Summary

UFC 185 Aftermath/Results: The King is Dead, Long Live the King

(Photo via Getty) It seems that more often than not these days, the UFC likes to sell us on the invincibility of its champions. "Anderson Silva is the G.O.A.T." "Renan Barao is one of the greatest pound-for-pound fighters in the UFCShow More Summary

UFC 185: Alistair Overeem Compares Roy Nelson to the Hulk

Alistair Overeem will probably be limping for a few days after spending 15 minutes smashing his shin across the amoeba-like belly of Roy Nelson at UFC 185. The sounds of bone slamming against flesh opened the floodgates for the “oohs” and “ ahhs ” of fans in the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas, on Saturday night. Show More Summary

UFC 185 Results: Khabib Nurmagomedov Trolling Anthony Pettis After Loss

Khabib Nurmagomedov should change his name to Nostradamus after prophesizing Rafael dos Anjos wiping the floor with UFC lightweight champion Anthony Pettis at UFC 185. “I think [dos Anjos] smashes [Pettis] in striking, and I think he...Show More Summary

UFC 185 Results: Dana White Not a Fan of Johny Hendricks' Performance

Takedowns and top control, Johny Hendricks “jiu-jitsu,” in other words, was enough to overcome Matt Brown at UFC 185 on Saturday night, but it wasn ’t the least bit impressive to UFC President Dana White. “I’m happy for Johny. He’s come...Show More Summary

The Reaction: UFC 185 Edition

After 17 fights inside the Octagon, and a UFC career spanning seven years, Rafael dos Anjos is the lightweight champion of the world. He rocked Anthony Pettis early with a punch that caused him to lose sight in his right eye, and he kept an unrelenting amount of pressure on Pettis en route to a unanimous-decision victory in UFC 185’s main event. Show More Summary

UFC 185 Results: Should Johny Hendricks' Next Fight Be for the Title?

It’s tough to know what to make of Johny Hendricks at this point in his MMA career. It seems strange to criticise a fighter who just dominated Matt Brown, but an honest assessment of the former champion’s UFC 185 performance must acknowledge...Show More Summary

UFC 185 Results: Joanna Jedrzejczyk and Kicking Down the Door to Stardom

The UFC has its newest star. They weren ’t even trying to find her. She made herself impossible to ignore, though, and by the time the arena had cleared after UFC 185, she’d staked her claim with a vicious beating and a big gold belt...Show More Summary

Dana White Dismisses Johny Hendricks' UFC 185 Win: 'I Didn't Love It'

Johny Hendricks may have taken a clear-cut victory over Matt Brown at UFC 185, but many were dismissive of the former champ's performance, including UFC President Dana White. Speaking with Ariel Helwani of Fox Sports, White said that he "didn't love the fight" when asked for his thoughts about the bout. Show More Summary

Rafael Dos Anjos Likely to Defend Title from Winner of Cerrone vs. Nurmagomedov

Rafael dos Anjos took the UFC lightweight title from Anthony Pettis with an eerie ease at UFC 185, relentlessly pressuring Showtime and taking a unanimous 50-45 decision win. While immediate rematches have been par for the lightweight...Show More Summary

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