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Rousey’s total cage time after 11 pro fights is 25 minutes and two seconds, an average of two minutes and 16 seconds per fight. She’s ended seven of her pro victories in less than one minute.


Rousey’s 14-second submission victory marked the fastest finish of any kind in UFC championship fight history.


Rousey’s 14-second submission set a new record for the fastest submission finish in modern UFC history. Marcus Aurelio held the previous record with his 16-second submission at UFC Fight Night 13 in April 2008.


Rousey’s five-fight UFC winning streak is the longest active streak in the women’s bantamweight division. Her five wins are also the most in divisional history.


Rousey’s five consecutive UFC title defenses are tied with Demetrious Johnson for the third most of any current UFC champion behind Jon Jones (eight) and Jose Aldo (seven).


Rousey became the sixth fighter in history to start her/his UFC career with five consecutive stoppage victories.


Rousey’s five-fight UFC stoppage streak is the longest active finish streak among UFC fighters.


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Ronda Rousey



Rousey’s streak of five consecutive stoppages in UFC championship fights is tied with Chuck Liddell and Anderson Silva for the longest title-fight finishing streak in history.


Rousey’s five stoppage victories in UFC title fights are tied for the third most in history behind Silva (nine) and Matt Hughes (eight).


Rousey’s four first-round finishes in UFC title fights are tied with Hughes for the most in modern history.


Rousey’s six first-round stoppages in UFC/Strikeforce women’s bantamweight competition are the most in the combined history of the promotions. The only fighter to come close to Rousey in the category is Amanda Nunes, who has two.


Rousey is the only fighter in UFC/Strikeforce/PRIDE/WEC history to win three title fights in less than one minute.


Rousey became the first fighter in UFC history to earn two stoppage victories in less than 20 seconds each. Both those finishes came in her past two bouts


Rousey’s three submission victories in UFC women’s bantamweight competition are the most in divisional history.


Rousey has earned nine of her 11 pro victories by armbar submission.


Rousey’s seven armbar victories are the most of any fighter in UFC history and are also tied with Antonio Rodrigo Nogueira for the most of any fighter in the combined history of UFC/PRIDE/WEC/Strikeforce.


Rousey has been awarded five fight-night bonuses during her UFC tenure, the most of any fighter in divisional history.


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Is she was the goat she would fight Cyborg regardless of what Cyborg weighed.

 

Real goats like Gracie and Fedor fought lots of fights against bigger opponents.

Gracie was afraid of shamrock so he had the rules changed in his favor for his fights with him.

 

Fedor is a bum with a padded and fixed record.in real organizations he went 1-3

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Is she was the goat she would fight Cyborg regardless of what Cyborg weighed.

 

Real goats like Gracie and Fedor fought lots of fights against bigger opponents.

This is especially true for Rousey because the rest of women's 135 are so far behind her that she has no peers at bw.

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Gracie was afraid of shamrock so he had the rules changed in his favor for his fights with him.

 

Fedor is a bum with a padded and fixed record.in real organizations he went 1-3

Gracie and Fedor routinely fought men much bigger than themselves.

 

Why can;t Rousey do that?

 

In fact why can't GSP and Andy and Jones do that.

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Gracie and Fedor routinely fought men much bigger than themselves.

Please don't put Gracie in there. He fought street bums who were willingly giving him whatever any BJJ guy needed to put a submission. 

 

Fedor fought men much bigger than him and BJ Penn was always willing to face men much bigger than him. You can put Frankie Edgar in there too as well as Mighty Mouse who fought at 135lbs where he was dwarfed by everybody.

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