Since making a major splash onto the mainstream stage, Ronda Rousey has been busy. That may be an understatement. After defeating Liz Carmouche at UFC 157 Rousey has went on to coach The Ultimate Fighter and start her film career. Rousey will have roles in both the latest “Fast and Furious” project and “The Expendables 3”.
This is the fourth episode of The MMA Review Radio Show hosted by Jay Cee. The show features an interview with special guest Joe Orrey, who will be facing Brett Johns for the Pain Pit bantamweight title in the headline bout at Pain Pit Fight Night 6: New Breed this Saturday, March 2, at the Newport Centre in Newport, South Wales.
The historic UFC 157: Rousey vs. Carmouche event has come and gone which means it’s time to get back to business. The rather lackluster main card on paper turned out to be fairly decent.
We had a big upset with Robbie Lawler knocking out Josh Koscheck. Urijah Faber unexpectedly finished the always tough Ivan Menjivar.
That didn’t take long. Ronda Rousey faced some serious adversity in her first UFC fight, and the critics were already coming for blood just minutes after the bout ended. However, these critics are 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 performance.