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Rousey vows challenger's 'most devastating loss'

In her final words before attempting to secure her sixth UFC bantamweight title defense, Ronda Rousey promised to hand Brazilian challenger Bethe Correia her "most devastating loss" in UFC 190.


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Johnson to fight Manuwa at revamped UFC 191

Former light heavyweight title challenger Anthony Johnson (19-5) will fight British slugger Jimi Manuwa (15-1) on the main card at the revamped UFC 191.

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Duffy, Poirier to headline UFC Dublin event

A non-title lightweight bout between Irishman Joseph Duffy and Dustin Poirier will headline UFC Fight Night in Dublin on Oct. 24.


McGregor: Rousey would take me down in second

Interim UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor says Ronda Rousey isn't someone he'd want to fight. "She would throw me on my head in literally one second flat," he said.

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Bisping: If you have PED history, I'm not fighting you

UFC middleweight Michael Bisping will attempt to secure his first winning streak since 2011 this weekend in Glasgow, Scotland. Bisping (26-7) is set to meet Thales Leites (25-4) in the main event of UFC Fight Night on Saturday.

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Johnson opens as big favorite over Dodson

UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson has opened as a 4-1 betting favorite to defeat John Dodson in a title fight scheduled to headline UFC 191 on Sept. 5 in Las Vegas.


Wait is almost over for Rousey-Correia

Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia went face-to-face for the final time before their Saturday night fight at their Friday weigh-ins. You're going to want to see this.


Those are fighting words

Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia put on training exhibitions for the Brazilian fans before Saturday's fight, but Correia's words weren't just for practice: "I will fight to knock Ronda down."


Ronda Rousey’s nutrition coach dishes

Mike Dolce is responsible for everything Rousey consumes during training, which is more than you'd think: “When I started working with her initially, she was shocked with how much food I was suggesting she could eat.” Four 'real' meals a day

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Rousey, Correia talk trash

UFC fighters Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia had plenty to say before their face off at UFC 190 on Saturday for the women's bantamweight championship.


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Ronda Rousey is dedicating tomorrow's fight to Roddy Piper. (via @rondarousey) "Thank you for the name.... And so much more.... Will do it justice and do you proud tomorrow.... This one's for you Roddy...."

One last staredown

Ronda Rousey weighed in at the maximum 135 pounds. Bethe Correia checked in at 134. Then the two had one more major staredown on stage before Saturday's battle in UFC 190.


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MMA Rewind: Ronda Rousey

Undefeated UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey turns back the clock and breaks down tape of three early fights, revealing how her judo background evolved to make her one of the most dangerous mixed martial artists on the planet.


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Does Ronda Rousey need a rival?

Chael Sonnen says yes: "There's only been two athletes in the history of combat sports that have sold on their own: Oscar De La Hoya and Mike Tyson. ... Ronda Rousey will not be one of those athletes. She is going to need a yin to her yang. She just will in this division."