The road back to the top the MMA world made a pit stop at an unlikely place when former UFC bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey appeared on the Ellen DeGeneres show. You can see the entire interview just below.
By its very nature, MMA is an unpredictable sport. From the fighters to the promoters, as well as the fans and the coaches, there’s no shortage of excitement for onlookers to enjoy—from both inside and outside of the cage.
MMA is the most exciting sport around today, and this excitement is largely a byproduct of its generally unpredictable nature. The simple diversity of the game, from the stand-up, clinch, and ground, create an unprecedented number of positions and potential outcomes.
As the week is nearly over Kerry Washington is still happily married despite rumors, Ronda Rousey is ready to take on Holly Holm again and Russell Simmons is letting friend Donald Trump know that the emperor still is wearing no clothes.
ESPN is pushing their piece on Ronda Rousey in the December issue of ESPN The Magazine. Big time. Ramona Shelburne got the first interview with the former UFC Bantamweight Champion after the devastating knockout at the hands of Holly Holm in November.
After over 2 weeks, MMA fighter Ronda Rousey finally emerged following her loss on November 14th. Unfortunately, Ronda, 28, was shaken when she faced her first career loss against 34-year-old Holly Holm.
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