2/20/2013 9:10am, #1
UFC 157: Rousey vs Carmouche - Feb 23, 2013
Ronda Rousey vs Liz Carmouche
Lyoto Machida vs Dan Henderson
Urijah Faber vs Ivan Menjivar
Court McGee vs Josh Neer
Josh Koscheck vs Robbie Lawler
Brendan Schaub vs Lavar Johnson
Michael Chiesa vs Anton Kuivanen
Dennis Bermudez vs Matt Grice
Sam Stout vs Caros Fodor
Kenny Robertson vs Brock Jardine
Jon Manley vs Neil Magny
Nah-Shon Burrell vs Yuri Villefort
2/20/2013 10:39am, #2
2/20/2013 11:28am, #3
- Join Date
- Jul 2003
Once Rousey loses, that division is gone.
2/20/2013 1:49pm, #4
- Join Date
- Oct 2011
I am realy looking forward to seeing Ronda tear Carmouches arm off and beating her over her head with it.
2/20/2013 3:06pm, #5
I think a female TUF could be interesting... I have faith in the UFC's ability to build women's MMA. Looking at their past successes and the building of their brand, I don't see them taking anything less than a serious approach to this. Time will tell I suppose...
2/20/2013 7:57pm, #6
Currently the UFC's problem, it seems to me, is recruiting women who currently fight under other banners--Sara McMann, Marloes Coenen, and Cris Cyborg, for instance. These women put on good fights and could all give Ronda a run for her money.What a disgrace it is for a man to grow old without ever seeing the beauty and strength of which his body is capable. -Xenophon's Socrates
2/20/2013 8:08pm, #7
It would be interesting to see what happens if Dana does not have a marketable face(read:hot) woman headlining the division. Pre Ronda he didn't give a **** about women's mma. If its Cyborg or Carmouche or someone less sexified I'd be curious to see if he pushes it as much.
2/20/2013 8:55pm, #8
He didn't care when Carano was leading the way. I honestly think good, exciting fights will be far more important (especially in the long run) in building the new Women's division in the UFC. Maybe I'm naive, but I'm a fan of MMA, and I'll watch women or men fight, as long as the fights are entertaining.
2/20/2013 9:01pm, #9
Personally I think with Carmouche and Rousey both having such intriguing backstories, no matter how the fight turns out it will be good for women's mma, assuming Dana and Zuffa continue to promote and build the brand.
But, will we ever see a Women's Heavyweight division?
2/21/2013 1:05am, #10
Any of you sexist pigs mention Hendo vs Machida yet?