"Pitbull" looks to be heading into a world of hurt.
Of all the trash talk in MMA, Bethe Correia 's latest zinger is perhaps the strangest. Speaking at a Q&A session in Goiania, Brazil, ahead of UFC Fight Night 67, Correia fielded a variety of fan questions, answering them with equal parts...Show More Summary
Women are on the rise when it comes to the UFC and they seem to be led by UFC badass, Ronda Rousey. Nicknamed the toughest woman in the world, Rousey may have some competition soon. Meet Paige VanZant. This 21-year-old beauty is more than just a pretty face. She is a blue belt in Brazilian […]
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight No. 1 contender, Bethe Correia, has been earning headlines with her trash talk towards UFC champ Ronda Rousey, but it hasn't gone all that well for her thus far. With "The Pitbull"...Show More Summary
The horsewoman rides again. Jessamyn Duke, frankly known more for her time on The Ultimate Fighter and her place in Ronda Rousey 's "Four Horsewomen" contingent than for her performances to date in the UFC cage, is returning to the Octagon after a year away. Show More Summary
GOIANIA, Brazil – In one of the eyebrow-raising and head-shaking moments in recent UFC trash talk memory, Bethe Correia drew the ire of many – including Ronda Rousey – earlier this week. Hear her explanation inside. Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, UFC, (...)
Remember all that crap Bethe Correia was talking about Ronda Rousey? Expect part two when "Pitbull" takes center stage for the UFC Fight Night 67 fan Q&A, set to stream LIVE in the video player above a little later this afternoon (Fri., May 29, 2015) at 2 p.m. Show More Summary
"Not that there's anything wrong with that." Ronda Rousey is one of the busiest athletes in sports today. Aside from ruling the Octagon thanks to the hours, weeks, and months of training she does prior to a fight, she has movie commitments,...Show More Summary
Richard Lautens/Toronto Star via Getty Images The beef between current bantamweight champion and recently crowned “most dominant athlete alive” Ronda Rousey and undefeated Brazilian challenger Bethe Correia has never not been cooking. Show More Summary
In this week’s Twitter Mailbag, a look ahead to UFC Fight Night 67, a sad shake of the head at Bethe Correia’s comments about Ronda Rousey, and much more.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC
Bethe Correia has apologized to UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey for some recent trash talk that referenced suicide. Given that Rousey 's father committed suicide when Rousey was eight years old, Correia 's comment was, at best, very poorly worded. Show More Summary
Why no love for "Rowdy?" It seems Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) president Dana White may have jumped the gun when he sent out this tweet congratulating Ronda Rousey as a New York Times best seller. According to Page Six, the Olympian's...Show More Summary
The war of words leading up to UFC 190, when bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey (11-0) will face off against challenger Bethe Correia (9-0), took a serious turn this week when the topic of suicide was thrown around in the routine trash-talk. Rousey’s dad committed suicide when she was eight years old and, while Correia didn’t […]
Bethe Correia is doing damage control after telling Ronda Rousey to not kill herself if she loses at UFC 180, a comment many believed in poor taste since Rousey’s father committed suicide when she was 8.Filed under: News, UFC
Earlier this week, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight No. 1 contender, Bethe Correia, told members of the Brazilian media that reigning division titleholder, Ronda Rousey, might contemplate suicide after losing...Show More Summary
Bethe Correia has issued an apology to Ronda Rousey after making light of her father’s suicide by saying that she hopes “Ronda doesn’t kill herself” after she loses. The Brazilian has closely followed Ronda’s career, but says in the apology that she didn’t know about what happened to the UFC champion’s father. Show More Summary
(via Fox Sports.) When women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey was just eight years old, she lost her father, Ron, to suicide. Ron had been diagnosed with a rare blood disorder sometime earlier, and was given the grim prospect of spending what few remaining years he had left paralyzed and in constant need of assistance. Show More Summary
UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey stopped by the WSJ Café to talk about her book “My Fight/Your Fight,” her role in “Entourage,” and who she’d like to fight next.
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Ronda Rousey isn’t one to allow her opponents to control the trash talk going into her title defenses, but to date, it’s been Brazilian fighter Bethe Correia, controlling the conversation. She has said that she would “knock the moleShow More Summary