That didn’t take long. Ronda Rousey faced some serious adversity in her first UFC fight against Liz Carmouche, and the critics were already coming for blood just minutes after she locked in her patented armbar submission to put Carmouche away.
However, these critics are not keyboard warriors, one of them will face Rousey in her next fight later this year. Newly signed female bantamweight fighters Miesha Tate and Cat Zingano spoke with FUEL TV and gave their thoughts on Rousey’s UFC 157 performance. Needless to say, they were not impressed:
Tate and Zingano will face one another at the TUF 17 Finale in April with the winner likely facing Rousey in their next fight. Zingano (7-0) is undefeated and Tate gave Rousey a tough first round before becoming a victim of Rousey’s patented armbar in March 2012.
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