Tuesday, 1 September 2015

Meet the Fighter who could beat the Undefeated UFC Women's Champion Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey vs. Holly Holm fight has scheduled on 14 of November in Melbourne, Australia

The recent victorious chapter of Ronda Rousey has made in just 34 seconds and she has knockedout Bethe Correia and won her UFC title. The viewers has paid for this unforgetable fight on pay per view, that was $1.76 per precious second. To defeat a trained MMA fighter in just 34 seconds seem like a incredible fight but it was not a big deal according to Ronda’s fighting history. After all her last two fights were not lasted more than a 30 seconds___Combined.
UFC president Dana White interviwed to Fox Sports adnd said, "Ronda is the most badass woman anyone has ever seen.” Dana White has also tweeted on Thursday about Ronda vs. Holly fight,“Rousey vs Holm is main event at Etihad Stadium in Melbourne. We'll break all-time attendance record for an MMA event.”
Beating Ronda Rousey is not an easy task. She has made a wonderfull history in her entire athlatic carrier. She has defeated Sara McMann in just a minute. She aslo has Knocked out jiu jitsu ace Alexis Davis in merely 16 seconds.

UFC on Fox commentator Kenny Florian said: "Ronda is going to continue to be a problem for everyone because it'll be a pick-your-poison scenario."
Ronda is the best figher in her Bantamweight division and there is no one who can offer her a competition. She has won almost each fighter who can beat her and now she is going to fight with Holly Holm that will not be an easy task according to
 Joe Rogan. 
Angelo Reyes said: Boxing fans will get mad at Ronda Rousey vs. Holly Holm fight.
Ronda Rousey announced on last Friday that her next fight would be against Holl Holm at UFC 193 in Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia on Nov 14 (November 15 in Austrlia).

This event has rescheduled and relocated and has announced by the UFC President Dana White on Friday 29th of August.

This change  has come after a withdraw of UFC welterweight champion Robbie Lawler from his UFC 193 event bout against Carlos Condit due to a thumb injury.


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