Ronda Rousey has taken 14 second for win.Chris Middlebrooks (Author) Published Date : Mar 02, 2015 11:57 IST
Ronda Jean Rousey is an American mixed martial artist, judoka and actress. She is the first and current UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion, as well as the last Strike force Women's Bantamweight Champion. Rousey (11-0) recorded the fastest finish of her career on Saturday, submitting Cat Zingano via straight armlock just 14 seconds into their bantamweight title fight. Her past three title defenses have lasted 66, 16 and 14 seconds.
The remarkable finish sets a new UFC record for fastest ever in a title fight, just besting former heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski's 15-second knockout over Paul Buentello at UFC 55.
In a statement Rousey's last three fights have lasted a total of 96 seconds, including two bouts against previously unbeaten opponents. Rousey s dominance is without question. Her legacy is untouched. As such, she belongs in the debate of the greatest ever, even if that is an impossible debate to settle. But Zingano chose the dubious strategy of charging and grabbing onto Rousey, whose judo skills make her practically unbeatable in a clinch.
To the report from the Authorities Rousey (11-0) earned the most impressive victory of her career with jaw-dropping speed, taking out the previously unbeaten Zingano with her signature armlock from an unlikely position. But the sellout crowd got what it wanted from Rousey, the Olympic medal-winning judoka who has become one of the UFC's most prominent fighters just two years after the promotion added women's bouts
According to the last game Ronda Rousey's performance throughout her career has deservedly earned her the right to be called the female Mike Tyson. In the official report the former U.S. Olympic medalist in judo finished eight fights via armbar but has evolved into a multithreat within the past year, scoring back-to-back knockouts in 2014. She has essentially cleaned out the UFC's 135-pound female division, which was introduced in early 2013 mostly due to Rousey's popularity.
The winner Rousey said I made that up on the fly, to be honest, . But it was kind of funny: We were going toward the ground, and I kind of reverted back to judo mode and was thinking, Don t touch your back. It s a point. That s where the acrobatic thing came from, was thinking about not touching your back in judo. The expert believes that she will be the most dominant female fighter in the modern time.
Ronda Rousey has taken 14 second for win.