HomeFighter Talk Showtime Vice-President Talks Ronda Rousey Leaving Them To The UFC Bruno December 13, 2012 Fighter Talk 4 Comments Showtime VP Stephen Espinoza details the process by which Strikeforce star Ronda Rousey left the network to fight for the UFC. The Showtime VP talks about the network’s commitment to women’s MMA and continuing interest in all MMA events. Tweet Pin It UFC Fighters Chime In On Ronda Rousey Becoming First Female UFC Fighter And Champion UFC Champ Anderson Silva And Soccer Great Ronaldo In New Duracell Commercial 4 Comments dub December 13, 2012 UFC and womens MMA will fail. I’m rooting that Bellator takes the womens MMA to where it needs to be. I think it’s just FCKING dumb how Dana creates a womens division for 1 or 2 fighters? Some of these ladies competing in Bellator/SF are great to watch. Log in to Reply dragoman December 13, 2012 classy guy Log in to Reply canguy December 14, 2012 I agree, classy guy. He handled it well. She’s lucky it wasn’t Bellator… I think ultimately they knew they were closing up shop anyways. But they did make her the main event and that says a lot because nobody else was doing that on this sort of scale. Log in to Reply FailSonnen December 14, 2012 Dana is just a trendy guy. He’s kinda of a sell out. If he really believed in women’s MMA he would have pushed for it 10 years ago and built it up. It was really just Ronda’s performance and marketability that finally won him over. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.