What the hell is WWE thinking? After it was announced that Ronda Rousey, who is as green as any professional wrestler trying to cut their teeth in this business, will face Raw Women’s Champion Nia Jax at Money in the Bank, I about lost my marbles. After WWE went to painstaking measures to juggle rosters and Monday and Tuesday nights to promote better matches and straight-forward thinking, this might be
Written by The Dark Knight of Sports LaShawn Encarnacion Last Night: The fight most saw as a mismatch was just that. Ronda Rousey vs Holly Holm was the mismatch most thought it was going to be ... just not the direction most were thinking it was at first glance. Lets break down the reasons why Holly Holm had Ronda Rousey outmatched and out of her game. (more…)
In shocking fashion, Holly Holm (10-0) knocked out Ronda Rousey (12-1) at UFC 193 to take her UFC Women's Bantamweight Title late Saturday night in Australia. She dominated Rousey the entire fight until knocking her out cold with a vicious kick to the head 59 seconds into the second round. The odds in Las Vegas were steep against at -2000. It was the biggest upset victory in UFC history odds
Written by The Dark Knight of Sports LaShawn Encarnacion With the NBA getting traction with its season, with the NCAA football schedule winding down while the NCAA basketball picking up, even with the NFL in the meat of its schedule, there is a big event down under in Melbourne Australia that is being headlines by the best and most popular figure in the world of mixed-martial arts. (more…)
Now, I have never been one to be a mouthpiece for women’s rights. Don’t get me wrong, I firmly believe that women and men should be treated equally. That if a woman and man do the same job, they should be paid the same money, and anyone who thinks otherwise is an idiot. But that also doesn’t usually mean that a woman and a man should be totally treated equally.
The WWE rushed to put together a pay-per-view only available on the WWE Network in less than two weeks, and at times, it showed. It was an awkward night with what seemed like rushed story lines and forced matches. It was exclusive to the network and not available on the standard PPV via cable systems. The WWE rolled the dice on this one strictly to drive up membership heading into
In a bit of shocker late yesterday, it was confirmed that UFC Women's Champion Ronda Rousey will be competing at the upcoming WWE Pay Per View “Extreme Rules" on April 26 in Chicago, per WrestleZone.com. Even more shocking than that announcement is the fact that CM Punk, who has been away from the WWE for 14 months in a heated dispute which led to him being fired then signing with
Ronda Rousey eliminated all doubt that she is the best women's athlete on the planet after last night's dominant victory of Cat Zingano in the main event of UFC 184 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Zingano tried shocking the women's champion with a flying knee as soon as the opening bell rang. Rousey was ready, and quickly avoided the knee, engaged in a brief scramble on the ground
[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]With UFC 184 this weekend, live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California, Hollywood and MMA fans are in for a real treat. Headlining the UFC Women's Bantamweight Championship is current champion Ronda Rousey and top contender Cat Zingano. Rousey has become one of the most marketable athletes in the entire sports world. She is the female version of a young Mike Tyson. A fighter who dominates every person
Rocking Ronda Rousey truly is the next big thing in MMA. In fact, she already is the current big thing in MMA. Need further proof? Check out her spread in the latest edition of the highly popular Sports Illustrated Swimsuit edition. She combines her incredible in cage talent with a smoking hot look and overall presence that makes men want to be with her, and woman want to be her.