It’s possible Ronda Rousey’s second consecutive knockout loss — to Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 — will mark the end of the line in her phenomenal career.
Ronda Rousey broke her media silence on Saturday to thank her fans and ask for “some time to reflect and think about the future” following her devastating loss to Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 on Friday night.
Ronda Rousey returned to the UFC on Friday for the first time in more than a year, but it took about five seconds to realize one of the most dominant athletes in MMA history had met her end in a land far, far away.
UFC women’s bantamweight champ Amanda Nunes defeated Ronda Rousey via TKO 48 seconds into round 1 at UFC 207.
At UFC 207, TJ Dillashaw took a unanimous decision win over John Lineker. He believes that he should be next for a shot at the bantamweight title.
Neil Magny took home a controversial decision over Johny Hendricks at UFC 207. Though all the scorecards were 29-28 in his favor, many pundits and fans disagreed with the decision.
After knocking out Mike Pyle in dramatic fashion, Alex Garcia said he hopes to fight in Brooklyn at UFC 208. Ideally, he’d like to take on a top 15 opponent.
At UFC 207, Niko Price scored a first-round submission win over Brandon Thatch. The promotional newcomer said in his post-fight interview, he intended to knock out Thatch.
At UFC 207, Tim Means landed a pair of illegal knees in the first round forcing his fight with Alex Oliveira to end in a No Contest. Following the fight, he said he wasn’t clear on what a grounded opponent was.
Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has refused to take questions as part of the promotion of her return bout Friday at T-Mobile Arena.