HomeFight Shows · Fighter Talk History of Women’s MMA – In The Eyes Of The UFC Bruno February 23, 2013 Fight Shows, Fighter Talk 5 Comments Undefeated superstar “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey defends her UFC bantamweight title against Marine Corps veteran Liz Carmouche in the first women’s fight ever in the UFC Octagon tonight. Tweet Pin It UFC Fight Club Q&A With UFC President Dana White Nick Diaz Describes His Ronda Rousey Sex Fantasy – Nate Wants To Make It A 3-Way 5 Comments B-Real February 23, 2013 Yeah, “according to the UFC”. That’s disrespectful to all those who came before Rhonda. This is purely a UFC promotion. Not hating, just missing a lot of info. Log in to Reply d.b.s.homie515 February 23, 2013 gina, miesha,cyborg and many others have been fighting longer Log in to Reply Slavekarmaat12 February 23, 2013 Too much powder on rousey’s face on the last shot! Log in to Reply greengiant February 23, 2013 @B-Real -i agree. Log in to Reply PitfighterZ February 23, 2013 As always, even to promote a women’s fight these chauvinistic pigs need to talk down on everything many women athletes had to endure. Ronda may be a superstar, but she wouldn’t have a job without the Japanese organizations of the 1990s, the few American orgs. that embraced it from the beginning and fighters like Gina Carano, Tara LaRosa and the many other veterans of the sport. Even with Ronda in the UFC, I think if you want to talk about the history of WMMA, Invicta still have a much deeper meaning for the sustainability of WMMA than Rousey. Superstars may be important, but truly committed orgs. are what keeps the sport going. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.