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UFC Heavyweight Division: Why a Healthy Cain Velasquez is Crucial to 2015 and Beyond

Cain Velasquez hasn’t fought since October 19, 2013.

That night, the American Kickboxing Academy product put a second consecutive “grown man beating” on Junior dos Santos to successfully defend the UFC heavyweight title and establish himself as the dominant force in the division. 949 more words


Ronda Rousey says top female fighter Cyborg is 'a known fraud'

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While many wonder if Ronda Rousey could fight a man, the more realistic question is if any woman could challenge her. 286 more words


The Keyboard Kimura podcast speaks with Johny Hendricks

Spencer Kyte and Paul Chapman kick around the dominance of Ronda Rousey and how she may be too good for the UFC after her 14-second victory over Cat Zingano last weekend. 92 more words

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The UFC Little Things, Episode I: Fight Card Positioning

Welcome to The UFC Little Things, a new unscheduled, highly irregular feature here at Keyboard Kimura that will look at different elements in the UFC that may seem insignificant, but could actually be important. 1,362 more words


UFC 184 Aftermath: On Ronda Rousey, Female Athletes and Forced Comparisons

Ronda Rousey is a one-of-a-kind talent – a true world-class athlete with next level skills, tremendous drive and focus and a string of standout performances that illustrates the gap between the reigning UFC women’s bantamweight champion and everyone else in the division. 775 more words


Ronda Rousey should scare men's fighters, Jay Glazer says (video)

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MMA expert Jay Glazer called Ronda Rousey “a dynasty” in an interview on The Dan Patrick Show on Monday.

“She’s unlike any other fighter out there,” Glazer said. 190 more words


14 Second Win Causes Many To Wonder Can Ronda Be Defeated?

Leading up to UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano on Saturday, women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey showed a level respect for her opponent, Cat Zingano, that she hadn’t afforded previous challengers. 340 more words