Ronda Rousey's next Ultimate Fighting Championship title defense will come Nov. 14 at UFC 193 in Australia instead of Jan. 2 in Las Vegas.
UFC President Dana White announced Friday night that welterweight champion Robbie Lawler injured his thumb Friday and was ruled out of his scheduled Nov. 14 title defense against Carlos Condit.
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Holly Holm wasn't expecting the Tuesday night phone call she received from Ultimate Fighting Championship officials telling her she would be Ronda Rousey's next opponent.
"It was definitely a shock, a surprise," Holm told The Los Angeles Times on Friday. "It wasn't something I thought would happen right now. But I immediately got chills and ...Read more
Ronda Rousey announced Friday that she will defend her Ultimate Fighting Championship women's bantamweight title against former boxer/kickboxer Holly Holm on Jan. 2 at MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
After defeating Jessice Eye in July, top-ranked contender Miesha Tate had appeared to be in line for a third shot at Rousey, but the UFC opted to instead ...Read more
Ronda Rousey's next fight with Cris "Cyborg" Justino won't be in the octagon, but it could be in a court of law.
After Rousey's 34-second knockout victory over Bethe Correia at UFC 190 on Saturday, the bantamweight champion was asked whether MMA fans would next see her in the octagon against Cris "Cyborg" Justino, which the champion shrugged ...Read more
Miesha Tate senses what most Ultimate Fighting Championship fans are thinking about Ronda Rousey's dominant four-fight stretch of stopping opponents in less than 1 minute 7 seconds.
"It was so fascinating to see that happen -- domination like that in any division, that's exciting -- but then it gets to some point where people start losing ...Read more
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
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
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