Ronda Rousey fight video breaks all popularity charts, Bethe Correia shocked in UFC 190 knockout: Latest update

Ronda Rousey fight video breaks all popularity charts, Bethe Correia shocked in UFC 190 knockout: Latest update

Ronda Rousey fight video breaks all popularity charts, Bethe Correia shocked in UFC 190 knockout: Latest update

Ronda Rousey’s impressive win over Brazilian Bethe Correia in UFC 190 was a spectacular show. She didn’t flinch an eye before making the short work of the Brazilian fighter who seemed to have mimicked her in the weight in ceremony merely two days ago.
She doesn’t talk and actually lets her hands and feet do the talking when in octagon. And out of the octagon if she is not posing for headline grabbing with heavy dose of cleavage show for magazine front page ads and articles, she is talking about it on one television channel or the other.

Television and print, besides of course online media seem to have a fascinating for everything Ronda Rousey. She has been spectacular from the very beginning. From trying to change into boxing from swimming and then to horrible and ruthless world of MMA, she has come a long way.

In the meanwhile during the fight against Correia that lasted merely 34 seconds, Rousey charged at her opponent at the start and finished the fight by throwing a rapid sequence of punches at the Brazilian’s head, landing a combination of right and left strikes that sent her opponent face-first into the ground and disappointed the home crowd that packed the HSBC Arena.

This is not the first fight that she has won in this fashion. In one previous fight she finished before the audience could even set their seats right. Yes that fight was over in just 11 seconds.

There is no denying the fact that the UFC 190 was yet another impressive performance by Rousey, who improved to 12-0 in her incredible MMA career. The UFC’s biggest star arrived in Rio as the overwhelming favorite against Correia (9-1) after winning her previous three title defenses in a combined 96 seconds. She needed only 14 seconds to beat Cat Zingano at UFC 184 earlier this year.

After the unbelievable win she said, “It was kind of how I expected it…I planned to instead of trying to force a clinch, overwhelm her (by) striking first so that she would want to clinch first, and that’s exactly what happened.” Rousey, who has been UFC’s most dominant champion and is redefining the sport, has won 11 of her fights in the first round while being taken to the third round once. Her last five wins had come through her signature armbar, but this time it was her striking force that made the difference. So from armbar to striking she has mastered everything.

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