Rousey needs 34 seconds to make a point

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Ronda Rousey flipped her script but kept the timing the same Saturday night.

Using her newly developed punching power instead of her famed armbar, Rousey knocked out challenger Bethe Correia 34 seconds into their Ultimate Fighting Championship bantamweight title bout in Brazil.

Rousey (12-0) has now won 11 of her 12 fights in the first round, ...Read more

Correia vows to take fight to Rousey in UFC title match

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It's difficult to take what Bethe Correia is saying seriously.

The unbeaten Brazilian has a Saturday night fight in Rio de Janeiro with Ultimate Fighting Championship bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, who's also unbeaten.

"I'm not worried. ... I don't have to respect anything she's going to do in there because I'm going to be imposing my ...Read more

McGregor puts up and he doesn't shut up in UFC win over Mendes

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LAS VEGAS -- Conor McGregor wouldn't keep quiet, not by punches to the mouth, extended punishment with his back on the canvas or a near chokehold.

So, in the end, in a compelling second-round stoppage of the Ultimate Fighting Championship's top-ranked featherweight contender Chad Mendes on Saturday night at MGM Grand, the boisterous Irishman ...Read more