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By the time you read that Ronda Rousey had demolished her opponent on Saturday night at UFC 184. Rousey defended her women’s bantamweight title and raised her undefeated record to 11-0 with a 14-second victory over Cat Zingano at the Staples Center.
No one thought Rousey could improve upon her unbelievable UFC bantamweight title defense against Alexis Davis in July that took all of 16 seconds, but she did the unthinkable.
Zingano (9-1) thought the strategy of rushing Rousey right out of the gate would be good strategy. She was wrong. Very, very wrong. She sprinted out with a flying knee attempt, but Rousey caught her and flipped her to the ground. Then Rousey immobilized Zingano with her vicious straight right armlock. Zingano tapped immediately.
Annnnnd it’s over.
“We were actually suspecting she might do something flying at me right away,” Rousey said. “I’ve actually been working on that behind arm armbar. Not from that angle, but hey, it works.”
Rousey’s sensational effort set a new UFC record for fastest title fight of all-time, beating out former heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski’s 15-second knockout over Paul Buentello at UFC 55.
“I want to do it again,” Zingano said. “I just, fuck. She did it. She did a great job. I want to do it again.”
That’s wife material right there.
In the post-fight Octagon interview she told Joe Rogan that she really wanted hot wings.
In the post-fight backstage interview she reiterated that she really wanted hot wings.
Can someone get this girl some hot wings.