MMAmania.com resident fighter analyst Andrew Richardson breaks down the mixed martial arts (MMA) game of UFC Fight Night 193 headliner Ronda Rousey, who looks to defend her title once more this Saturday (Nov. 14, 2015) inside Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia.
Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight roost-ruler, Ronda Rousey, is set to defend her title opposite former professional boxing champion, Bethe Correia, this Saturday (Nov. 14, 2015) at UFC 193 inside Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia.
At this point, it’s stupid to argue that Rousey is not the most dominant champion in UFC. Say what you will about her competition — and those criticisms are not totally unfounded — but there has never been a fighter so far ahead of the rest of her division.
Rousey isn’t just beating her opponents. She’s not even just dominating them. Rousey is embarrassing her opponents, and they’re the best her division has to offer.
Let’s take a closer look at the skills Rousey utilizes to produce such incredible victories:
Rousey has finished three of her last four opponents via knockout, and those fights lasted a grand total 116 seconds. There are numerous technical issues with how Rousey punches and, in general, strikes, but her aggression and power ….View original article
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