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To say Ronda Rousey has been a dominant UFC champion would be an amazing understatement. Rousey has been a force of nature, something you can barely even resist, never mind stop. She has dispatched legitimate high-level contenders like Sarah Kaufman, Sara McMann and Alexis Davis with a scary, robotic efficiency. 

We have seen very few champions who have been as effortlessly dominant as Rousey. In fact, if she maintains her current pace, it would be hard to not compare her time in Strikeforce and the UFC to Anderson Silva’s undefeated run from 2006 through 2012, Fedor Emelianenko‘s time in Pride or Jon Jones’ reign as light heavyweight champion.

In such cases, it is easy to more or less check out on any given GOAT candidate. After all, why bother watching a competition when the outcome is all but guaranteed?

That said, every once in a while, a fight calls out on a more primal level. The ho-hum business of breaking limbs becomes personal.

It might come after months of smack talk. It might come after a controversial loss sullied a decade of dominance. It might come after a well-publicized brawl during what was supposed to be a nondescript media event.

For Ronda Rousey, it comes from her friends and teammates losing. In that way, Brazilian scrapper Bethe Correia has made herself a legitimate title contender, and the most intriguing opponent for Rousey.

During Season 18 of The Ultimate Fighter, the frosty relationship between Rousey and former Strikeforce champion Miesha Tate became one of the ugliest rivalries in UFC history. While some fans chalked it up to alpha mentalities or even producer tampering, the true culprit was the simple fact that Rousey was emotionally invested in her team’s success to a fault.

From vowing revenge against Tate for celebrating Julianna Pena’s victory in the second episode all the way to stonewalling Ariel Helwani after the TUF18 Finale, she wore her love of Team Rousey on her sleeve. When the season’s final order of business was reached, the rematch between Rousey and Tate was by far the most anticipated of Rousey’s career. An even more motivated than usual Rousey tossed Tate around for three rounds before finishing her with an armbar, and the electrifying buildup and fallout made it one of the most entertaining fights of 2013.

Now, imagine if Tate wasn’t just coaching young up-and-comers to victory over Rousey’s charges. Imagine if she was beating them herself, and imagine if the jeers and taunting weren’t fallacious inferences. 

That, ladies and gentlemen, is what Bethe Correia is. 

Competitively speaking, a Rousey vs. Correia fight would be almost comically lopsided, which says a lot considering Rousey knocked out a very game Alexis Davis in just 16 seconds. There’s little reason to believe the outcome would be anything other than Rousey via merciless thrashing.

Still, the thought of what Rousey would be capable of after stewing in a cold rage for months is downright scary…and I want to see it. The fact that it would almost certainly be the most lucrative fight the UFC could put together for Rousey outside of a matchup with Gina Carano or Cris “Cyborg” Justino certainly doesn’t hurt, either. While Cat Zingano and Holly Holm are interesting matchups for sure, there is little reason to believe they would be anything more than a light snack for the hungry champ. 

Correia’s run for the title will almost certainly have a bad ending for her. Her journey toward second place, however, will be incredibly entertaining. You can’t say that about almost any other potential opponent for Rousey.

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UFC 177 is in the books. The results are as follows:

UFC 177 Main Card

  • T.J. Dillashaw def. Joe Soto, knockout (Round 5, 2:20)
  • Tony Ferguson def. Danny Castillo, split decision (28-29, 29-28, 29-28)
  • Bethe Correia def. Shayna Baszler, TKO (Round 2, 1:56)
  • Carlos Ferreira def. Ramsey Nijem, TKO (Round 2, 1:53)
  • Yancy Medeiros def. Damon Jackson, submission (Round 2, 1:54)

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  • Derek Brunson def. Lorenz Larkin, unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 30-27)
  • Anthony Hamilton def. Ruan Potts, TKO (Round 2, 4:17)
  • Chris Wade def. Cain Carrizosa, submission (Round 1, 1:12)

Next up? UFC Fight Night 50.

The UFC is set to go head-to-head with Bellator this Friday, battling for viewers on the same time slot and even in the same county. To counter the prominent bookings of “King Mo” Lawal and Bobby Lashley, as well as the tantalizing grudge match (and title fight) between Pat Curran and Patricio Freire, the UFC rolled out some of its big guns.

Gegard Mousasi faces Ronaldo “Jacare” Souza. Alistair Overeem faces Ben Rothwell. Joe Lauzon faces Michael Chiesa. 

There are a lot of fun, interesting fights going on Friday…so what topics are worth discussing? Find out right here!

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Former UFC bantamweight champion Renan Barao saw opportunity slip through his fingertips Friday, as just 24 hours before a title rematch with T.J. Dillashaw, he passed out from a bad weight cut and was unceremoniously removed from the fight. 

However, Barao‘s coach and manager, Andre Pederneirastold Combate the whole incident was the result of one bad, freak mishap and not because his star client cuts too much weight to make the 135-pound limit, per a translation by Guilherme Cruz of MMA Fighting.  

We started the first rounds at the tub and, after approximately 20 minutes, when Barao was leaving the tub, he completely fainted. When he was going down, I held him, but he had so much cream on him, (he slipped) and his head touched the wall. We laid him on the ground but, from that moment on, he stayed out for a long time. … When he had to go to the hospital, the UFC had to cancel the fight immediately. It was UFC’s option, and based on Barao’s situation, I saw no way how he could fight.

Pederneiras goes on to say that The Baron never had a problem making bantamweight in the past and blamed a heavy workload (three scheduled fights since February) on the issues with the scale this time around. 

The UFC shockingly announced Barao‘s removal from UFC 177 just hours before Friday’s weigh-ins, with former Bellator featherweight champ Joe Soto stepping up to the plate on just a little over a day’s notice, per Damon Martin of Fox Sports

Soto was already set to make his UFC debut at the pay-per-view event against Anthony Birchak, but given the circumstances, that bout was quickly scrapped to salvage the main event of the evening.

Soto became one of the unlikeliest title challengers in UFC history on the strength of a six-fight win streak (five finishes) on the regional scene. 

While Soto proved to be a game opponent for 20-plus minutes, the Team Alpha Male standout was too much for him. Dillashaw finished Soto off with a head kick and subsequent punches midway through the fifth and final frame.

Not surprisingly, UFC President Dana White showed zero empathy for Barao in this situation, making it abundantly clear that the Brazilian won’t be receiving a pay check from the company after this debacle, per Jesse Holland of MMA Mania

When he is ready to make his return to the Octagon, who will be a suitable opponent for Barao? Will that bout be contested at 135 pounds?

 

John Heinis is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He is also the MMA editor for eDraft.com.

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When bantamweight champion T.J. Dillashaw successfully defended his title Saturday night against Joe Soto at UFC 177, he proved that he belongs in the conversation as one of the pound-for-pound toughest men in the sport.

The results of the pay-per-view were much more entertaining than the card should have been. The event felt incredibly lackluster after several injuries and misses at weight, though, including the removal of Renan Barao from the main event just 48 hours before the show.

Here are the full results from UFC 177, a breakdown of the main event and where each fighter goes from here.

 

 

Breaking Down the Main Event

The main event of UFC 177 was going to be the rematch between Dillashaw and Barao for the bantamweight championship, but Barao was forced to pull out of the fight before weigh-ins when he passed out and was taken to the hospital, according to Shaun Al-Shatti of MMAFighting.com.

The last-second scratch forced Dana White and UFC officials to promote Joe Soto from a fight against Anthony Birchak to the main event. Fortunately for the company, Soto proved his worth by giving Dillashaw a serious challenge in his first showing with his new employer.

Both Dillashaw and Soto were preparing for a different fight on Saturday night, but each was put on an even playing field when they were reassigned each other. While Soto deserves immense credit for taking this fight and forcing this bout to the fifth round, Dillashaw was the superior competitor throughout the matchup.

Using his elite striking, Dillashaw forced Soto into a defensive game plan. Soto did manage to block many of the heaviest shots from the champion, but the constant attacks began to take their toll as the fight wore on. By the time the fifth round began, Soto was clearly tiring, and Dillashaw took advantage.

Dillashaw continued to pick his challenger apart until he landed a devastating head kick and followed it up with a heavy punch to the head. The combination sent Soto to the mat and forced the referee to step in and ensure the fight was over.

Now that Dillashaw is still champion, it’s time to determine what’s next for the bantamweight star. After the win, he told Brett Okamoto of ESPN.com, “I’m not really sure [who's next]. My mind has been on Renan Barao the last four months. I haven’t thought of anyone else. I would like a little break. After that, I’ll fight anybody the UFC wants to put in front of me — and I’ll beat them.”

Despite White claiming that Barao would not get a title shot upon his return, via Mookie Alexander of BloodyElbow.com, the rematch between the champion and the former divisional king is the biggest possible bout he could book.

White and UFC officials must do what is best for business. Barao hurt the company with his inability to make the fight Saturday, but he is still the biggest name in the division besides the champion. After the shocking outcome of the first fight and the tease of the rematch, there would be a serious buzz when Dillashaw vs. Barao II finally happens.

If not Barao, look for Dillashaw to square off against Urijah Faber or Raphael Assuncao.

On the other hand, Soto should be rewarded for his valiant performance and be given a marquee opponent for his second fight under the UFC banner. The former Bellator champion was unable to dethrone Dillashaw, but it would be interesting to see how Soto handles Barao if White stays true to his word and doesn’t award the Brazilian a title shot.

The perfect scenario would be UFC booking Dillashaw vs. Assuncao and Soto vs. Barao on the same PPV card. If Dillashaw and Barao both won their respective fights, the rematch MMA fans never knew they wanted would finally come to fruition.

 

*Stats via UFC.com.

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Henry Cejudo is a former Olympic gold medalist. He won gold in 2008 in Beijing for wrestling in the freestyle 55kg division. He went back for the Olympic trials in 2012 but didn’t make it. He retired on the mat by removing his shoes and tossing them to the crowd.

In early 2013, he announced plans to begin training for MMA, and he made his debut in March 2013 at bantamweight. He won that fight by submission to punches in just about 90 seconds.

He racked up a record of 6-0 before being signed to the UFC in the flyweight division. He was set to face Scott Jorgensen at UFC 177 on Saturday night, but less than four hours before the weigh-ins Friday, Cejudo was forced to drop out of the fight due to a medical issue related to his weight cut.

This wasn’t the first time that Cejudo had trouble making weight, as he attempted to make flyweight in his previous two fights in Legacy FC but came in at 128 pounds both times.

UFC President Dana White had a lot to deal with on weigh-in day, with Cejudo dropping out of his fight as well as Renan Barao dropping out of his, and he was not inclined to cut Cejudo much slack.

White said of Cejduo: 

“He’s got a history of doing this. It’s not his first time, and if he stays at that weight, it won’t be his last. He can come back and try at a heavier weight or not try again.”

Essentially, White is saying that Cejudo has to move to bantamweight or he is not welcome back in the UFC.

Cejudo might be able to convince White to give him another shot at flyweight, as he did wrestle at 121 pounds for the Olympics. He would have to make a compelling case to White, or maybe just hire someone like Mike Dolce to make sure he is able to make weight.

However, if Dana doesn’t budge, then Cejudo will have a whole new UFC division to consider.

The bantamweight division is extremely competitive, and throwing a high-caliber wrestler like Cejudo into the mix will add a whole new dimension.

Cejudo will have the ability to take on guys like Urijah Faber, Dominick Cruz, Barao and more. There are a number of opponents he could take on for his first fight who could earn him a lot of respect in the division.

The bantamweight division is arguably stronger than the flyweight division, and Cejudo may be able to rise up the ranks of that division faster than the flyweight division.

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At the UFC 177 post-fight press conference, T.J. Dillashaw, Bethe Correia, Dana White and others discuss the event.

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Joe Soto stepped up in a huge way Saturday night. Friday before the weigh-ins, Soto was supposed to face Anthony Birchak on the undercard. Then, when Renan Barao was forced to pull out of the fight, Soto stepped up to face the champion, TJ Dillashaw, on little more than 24 hours’ notice.

Soto came absolutely ready to fight, and although Dillashaw won the first four rounds on all three judges’ scorecards, it was by no means a blowout.

In the fifth, Dillashaw landed a head kick to end a long combination and earn a knockout win.

While Soto did lose, his stock went way up following this fight. It’s highly likely he’ll be ranked in the top 10 when the updated rankings are released.

That opens up a wealth of opportunities for his next fight, so let’s check out three potential fights.

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On Saturday night, Bethe Correia squared off against Shayna Baszler on the main card of UFC 177. The two had a highly entertaining fight that ended by TKO in the second after Correia landed a flurry of punches up against the cage.

Correia is now 9-0 in her career and 3-0 in the UFC with one finish. Correia was hoping to take down the “Four Horsewomen”, which consists of Baszler, Jessamyn Duke, Marina Shafir and Ronda Rousey. Correia has beaten Baszler and Duke but likely won’t face Shafir, who is a featherweight in a regional organization right now.

Additionally, according to Dana White, Correia is not necessarily next in line for a title shot, meaning the final two Horsewomen will have to wait.

In the meantime, let’s check out three other fights for Correia to take.

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