In her first interview since losing to Holly Holm on November 14, UFC star Ronda Rousey finally spoke publicly about her first loss—loose teeth, puffy lips and all.
The Teamsters—along with the Culinary Worker’s Union—are continuing their Vegas-heavy activities by stating their intention to unionize the MMA fighters of the UFC.
Ronda Rousey is not a small woman, she’s an MMA fighter and her body looks like it has a job to do because it does. Still, some sports websites have called her body “huge” but the outspoken Rousey is punching back.
During her press tour for Entourage, Ronda Rousey was asked whether she would fight Floyd Mayweather since both of them are undefeated in their fields and her answer was a knockout punch.
I have been booed in thirty countries. I have been booed following UFC victories. I’m more used to being booed by a crowd than I am being cheered. I have never been a fan favorite. Pretty much my entire competitive career has been defined by people hoping to see me lose.
On Saturday, MMA fighter Ronda Rousey beat her opponent Cat Zingano in 14 seconds. 14. Seconds. She got in, she got into a position that would break Zingano’s limb and it was over. So let’s talk about, Ronda shall we?
Ronda Rousey is an Ultimate Fighting Championship superstar, but she's currently beefing up her resume with modeling and acting gigs: she's just been named the face of Buffalo David Bitton jeans, and is appearing in big budget films like Fast & Furious 7, Entourage, and last summer's The Expendables 3. With this…
Ronda Rousey, Olympic judoka and holder of sundry MMA titles, won the Ultimate
Hugging Fighting Championship's first-ever women's bout Saturday night, defeating an unfortunately overshadowed Liz Carmouche to secure the bantamweight title.
Exciting news for female mixed martial artists and the little girl playground scrappers who aspire to be them — the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) has announced its first ever female division and has promised to give it the same level of attention (meaning heavily promoted pay-per-view fights) as the male…
Yet another ultimate fighter tweeted a rape joke this week. And unlike the last guy who tried that, he's actually been fired.
Mixed martial artist Forrest Griffin recently won an award from the Ultimate Fighting Championship for being one of the "most creative" fighters on Twitter. Unfortunately, that "creativity" includes rape jokes.