During an historic night of fights, women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey made just her second title defense in the UFC. After debuting in February of last year, Rousey took time off to coach opposite Miesha Tate and also began her film career, appearing in the ipcoming films The Expendables 3, and Fast and Furious 7.
Upon her return to the Octagon and after a whirlwind year for her, she met her bitter rival and opposite coach on TUF 18, Miesha Tate in the co-main event of UFC 168. Rousey was heavily favored and everyone watching was waiting for her signature armbar although they had to wait until after the first round. This would actually be the first time Rousey was taken out of the first round. Tate also has the honor of being the first woman to bring Rousey past the one minute mark in a fight, although both fights ended in an armbar loss for her.
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