HomeFighter Talk Ronda Rousey Of Strikeforce Talks Violence And Arm Bars Bruno September 19, 2011 Fighter Talk 23 Comments Ronda Rousey Of Strikeforce Talks Violence, Arm Bars And Women’s MMA. Tweet Pin It Elite Boxing Thailand vs Challengers Series – Thailand vs Europe Complete Event Sports Science Breaks Down Jon Jones Speed And Reach 23 Comments MAchine September 19, 2011 the muscle on her neck. Log in to Reply marvelous mad madam mim September 19, 2011 her nickname should be miss piggy Log in to Reply coutura September 19, 2011 her muscle neck is weird it looks like she is takin roids Log in to Reply cuervoplays September 19, 2011 Intelligent post Marvelous. Your nickname should be “shut the F%$* up”. Log in to Reply Man Up September 19, 2011 Tough predicament? A burden? MMA is fun and enjoyable… end of story. Relax, if you don’t like criticism then don’t listen to it, grow up and tell them all to f@ck off, just like the people in history before you. Log in to Reply casyboy September 19, 2011 id like to be under her lay and pray, id be praying for something else.. “oh father please let her lay on me till eggs hatch”Lol Log in to Reply Nikki September 19, 2011 She is so strong, but her striking needs a lot of work and snap. She will need to take this to the ground. Log in to Reply robert September 19, 2011 gdamn she hot Log in to Reply shocktime September 19, 2011 Sorry Ronda, but women’s MMA is not going to work. Look at women’s boxing or the WNBA? I honestly cannot name one current female boxer or WNBA player. I love that ur sexy and athletic, but only good female sport to watch is Tennis. Log in to Reply Op_of_Faith September 19, 2011 I guess I’ll be the only meat-head here to mention that she’s a good fighter… Log in to Reply ETK September 19, 2011 @ shocktime Not only women’s tennis. Women’s volleyball is, especially women’s beach volleyball, is very enjoyable. Log in to Reply ramrod September 19, 2011 damn she is built Log in to Reply ETK September 19, 2011 I don’t know what it is, but even if the females are hot, watching them fight, something about it is a turn off. Log in to Reply PitfighterZ September 19, 2011 @shocktime: You’re so blind to the reality of your own post that it is funny (no offense intended). MMA is not the same as boxing and basketball; it’s a new sport for a new generation. The fact that you are actually giving enough of a damn, to call her by her first NAME in a specialized website, saying you won’t know her name, it’s ironic. You already know her name as I am pretty sure you know Cyborg, Carano, Marloes, Tate and a handful of others. You are also already engaged, and engaged to the point that you cared enough about what Ronda had to say to click on this post. Even worst, you felt compelled to reply and leave a comment to a community of people who are as engaged as you are, as the only ones who will see your post are the ones who open this thread after you or multiple times. Women’s MMA, may be small, but it is already a better story than many other women’s sports. MMA fans, at least the hardcore fans who follow it from the underground to the big stages, love this sh*t and it doesn’t matter who is fighting as long as they know what they are doing (and sometimes when they don’t but go at it full force, just for the f*ck of it). Wake up to your own reality. You know her name and you are talking to her. It’s too late for you. You are already hooked. Now, she is just reeling you in… Log in to Reply 2ndmotionthat September 19, 2011 @ ETK, especially when they’re in those short tighties. (y) and low cut tops. Log in to Reply marvelous mad madam mim September 19, 2011 @shocktime dude don’t forget about womens figure skating, those girls without a doubt have the tightest most edible little bodies on earth 😀 Log in to Reply wow September 19, 2011 I think women’s MMA needs better athletes like Ronda and Cyborg. I mean not all women are weak, but a lot of female MMA fighters just arent up to Cyborg’s and Ronda’s level. But if you take a look at female olympic track and field stars, they are ripped and pretty huge. Plus they are entertaining as hell to watch, so women’s MMA can work if the pay, promotion and motivation are right. That’s all I’m saying. Log in to Reply AussieMMA September 19, 2011 Great! After reading the first couple of posts, I spent the whole video watching her neck! What the hell is going on there! I guess she’s hip tossed a million people on her right side or something! Weird. Log in to Reply KungFuLowKick September 20, 2011 @PitfighterZ HAHA exactly.If he didn’t give a damn about her and women MMA he wouldn’t comment.I’m sure he just got his ass handed to him by a chick the 1st time he went to the gym and now has a grudge against womens who can threaten him in any sport… I’m not ashamed to say my 1st day of boxing i got dropped by a girl.She fought the canadian champion twice at her size(lost twice though).I trained at her gym from 12 to 16 before i moved and i’m a decent boxer now because of a girl.And that chick was crazy she sparred hard and her training was twice as tough as alot of boxing gyms I went.Girls who fight are scary to me LOL.They have to be 20 times crazier then a guy to do this.It’s “normal” for guys to want to fight so girls who do that have a little bit of psycho in them :P.I bet any douche who talks shit about women MMA would get their ass kicked by amateur girls their size… Log in to Reply shocktime September 20, 2011 Valid points Pitfighter. Yeah cuz I’m a MMA fan. Alot more so than the average joe, so of course I know her and probably 5 of the other top women out there. But I stand by what I said. Tennis is the only real recognizable women’s sport where a random person off the street can name at least two of the athletes. No one, but the guys like us here know who Cyborg is, but I guarantee plenty of people know who Serena Williams is. Boxing at one point was the must see sport to watch, but NOT female boxing. Besides Lela Ali I can’t name any other female boxer past or present. Like you said sport is young and maybe Women’s MMA will blow up, but if the history of other women’s sport is any indication it doesn’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell. Log in to Reply straightAhead September 20, 2011 She keeps dropping her right hand after she throws the right straight. Besides that I hope she does well. She is charming and cute and she can fight… but a bit too muscular for me. I prefer the Japanese female mma fighters as they are more cute/feminine and now where near as muscular. Log in to Reply dgaf September 20, 2011 that bitch looks like the chick Jim Carrey played on In Living Color. For the younger kids that was a sketch comedy show that came on in the 90’s. Again for the younger folks the 90’s was the decade before 2000. Log in to Reply PitfighterZ September 20, 2011 @shocktime: different sports, different fans. You are correct about many women sports, but MMA is different. Of course it may never become as popular as men’s MMA as sexism is a bitch, but if it depends only on the underground and on students of martial arts worldwide, that’s millions of female fighters and roughly the same amount of male fighters who can appreciate women’s fighting. It will be big enough to survive. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.