Ronda Rousey retains title over Liz Carmouche at UFC 157
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Ronda Rousey and Liz Carmouche made history just by stepping into the UFC cage. When Rousey recorded another savage victory with her signature move, she demonstrated why she could be a
It's hard to find any fan/media member picking against the 14-to-1 favorite and defending women's champion. Rousey is that well respected and simply that good. But what makes her so good? Why is she such a heavy favorite heading into the first ever UFC
Ronda Rousey's first UFC title defense is in the books. It went the same way as all her other fights — with a first-round armbar and a submission victory.
Rousey, whose head turned red and legs began to wobble, survived the sustained attack and ultimately shook Carmouche off her back. Once on the mat, she avoided a leg lock and then put Carmouche in a side headlock to deliver a quick swarm of punches.
Her abilities and success are both overshadowed by Ronda Rousey's. Rousey, an Olympic bronze medalist in judo and the first UFC women's champion, has won all six of her professional MMA bouts in the first round via armbar. That's a large reason why