This super slow motion video of Ronda Rousey’s 14-second armbar submission win over Cat Zingano at UFC 184 is quite revealing. There are certain intricacies of the fight that can easily be overlooked watching the fight at full speed. Notice Cat’s ill-fated bum rush knee strike attempt, how Ronda avoids it and uses her momentum … Read more
UFC women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey made an appearance on The Jeff Probst Show earlier this week where she discussed her judo and MMA background and demonstrated her signature armbar for the audience. This is just one more example of how the Rowdy one is crossing over into the main stream and introducing the world of MMA to a whole new demographic.
“I want to say thank you to Ronda for changing my life forever.” Those were the words of undefeated female MMA fighter Marina Shafir following her 59-second victory over Danielle Mack at Tuff-N-Uff’s “Mayhem in Mesquite II” Saturday night. Like Ronda Rousey, Shafir also comes from a judo background and guess how she finished the fight — you guessed it — via armbar — just like the signature move of her BFF. Shafir trains alongside Rousey at Glendale Fighting Club under the tutelage of coach Edmond Tarverdyan.
The first female fight in UFC history will take place on February 23 at Anaheim, California’s Honda Center — or possibly the “Ronda Center” depending on how the UFC 157 main event plays out between 26-year-old Olympic judo medalist Ronda Rousey (6-0) and her opponent, 28-year-old former Marine Liz Carmouche (8-2).
Check out the following photos from “Strikeforce: Diaz vs. Cyborg” showcasing Nick Diaz’s win over Evangelista “Cyborg” Santos, Jacare’s submission of Robbie Lawler, Herschel Walker’s win and Roger Gracie’s submission victory.
C.B. Dolloway lost to Amir Sadollah last night at The Ultimate Fighter Finale Season 7. Pretty much the exact same thing happened as the first time they fought on the show, only this time much faster and in the first round. Amir submits C.B. with an armbar. C.B. who comes from an amateur wrestling background … Read more
This was Tito’s only hope; a last minute triangle to armbar attempt that quickly failed. Lyoto Machida went on to win a unanimous decision in which could very well be Tito Ortiz’s last fight in the UFC. Notice Tito’s raw leg in the picture; tell tale sign of Machida’s leg kicks. Please like & share: