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Following Saturday night’s UFC 190 showdown between Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia, artist Azod Abedikichi has recreated the battle—in claymation style.

Abedikichi made sure to include all of the big moments, from the pre-fight staredown and the fight itself to Rousey warning challengers not to talk about her family. 

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During the Mauricio Rua vs. Antonio Rogerio Nogueira fight last Saturday night, I received a text message from my mother.

Now, I live in Las Vegas. She still lives in my old hometown outside of Houston. It was after midnight central time, which is also long past my mom’s bedtime. So you can imagine my surprise when my phone dinged and I saw she’d sent a message.

Here is what she wanted to know: Had Ronda Rousey fought yet? Did she win?

My mom hates fighting. She used to make sporadic attempts to watch just because she wanted to be supportive of my job. But more often than not, she ended up doing the thing where you cover your eyes with your hand, watching only occasionally through the cracks in your fingers.

She’s not a fan. She’s like a lot of people in that way. Fighting isn’t for everyone, no matter what Dana White says about it being part of our DNA.

But my mom likes Ronda. And she wanted to know if the fight was over and if Ronda had won as quickly as she always does.

I told her the fight hadn’t happened yet, and she made me promise to text her and tell her what happened. After Rousey crushed Bethe Correia in 34 seconds, I pinged her to let her know. She was happy.

It is a moment like this, a conversation with a total non-fan of mixed martial arts, that shows just how transcendent Rousey has become. To hardcore MMA fans, she is not the biggest star in the sport. That honor probably still belongs to Conor McGregor.

But in terms of sheer star power and ability to drawn in casual fans? There is nobody even on Rousey‘s level. And to tell you the truth, there never has been.

She is the single biggest mainstream mixed martial arts star the sport has ever seen. And she’s only getting bigger.

Not even Brock Lesnar, the biggest drawing card in UFC history, can match Rousey‘s broad appeal. Lesnar brought a new audience to the UFC that had never before watched on a regular basis: professional wrestling fans. They tuned in by the millions, and some of them stuck around to become fans of the sport.

But Rousey goes far beyond just MMA fans and wrestling fans. She appeals to sports fans, to be sure. But she has also reached a unique place where her fights are must-see events for people who never watch the UFC. Like Floyd Mayweather Jr., Rousey reaches demographics that were once considered impossible for mixed martial arts to penetrate.

On Saturday night, I arrived at my favorite sports bar to watch the fight. I got there two hours early, figuring that would be plenty of time to grab an empty table and settle in for the long haul. And usually, that’s the case.

Not on this night. Two hours before the pay-per-view began, every table in the bar was taken, and all of them were there to watch the fight. My name was first on the waiting list; it would be five hours before my name was called. By that point, the wait list had over 70 names on it. At the Buffalo Wild Wings around the corner, there was a line stretching more than 30 people long snaking out the front door and around the side of the building.

And one look at the makeup of these crowds tells you all you need to know about Rousey‘s impact. There were couples in their 60s. Young crowds of 20-somethings. Mothers and their teenage daughters. All were waiting in the hopes of finding a comfortable place to watch the fight.

Over the weekend, there were 6.3 million Google searches for terms relating to UFC 190. By comparison, UFC 189 searches totaled 1.2 million. Rousey added 1.4 million followers to her Instagram account in three days. And while we may never know exactly how many pay-per-view buys this one did, one thing is for certain: It was massive.

In the MMA community, we tend to view UFC events by the overall perceived strength of the card. When we see a weak card—as UFC 190 as a whole clearly was—we often believe it won’t do very good numbers. And when Rousey wins short, dominant fights the way she does, we often wonder if people will continue to tune in. Why pay $60 when the fight will be over in 30 seconds?

But the truth is that the kind of fans Rousey brings to the table do not care about the quality of a fight card. They don’t care if the event features four Brazilian fighters nobody has ever heard of or if Shogun or the Nogueira brothers are past their prime.

What they care about is Ronda Rousey. That’s it. Nothing else matters. They tune in to see Rousey fight, and they tune in because they have a pretty clear idea the fight will be short and violent. They don’t care about anything else that happens on the card; they tune in because there’s a great chance Rousey will maul someone, and that’s what they want to see.

And it has become increasingly clear that the desire to see Rousey do her thing has stretched far beyond what we once considered to be the boundaries of MMA. We talk so often of fighters breaking through into the mainstream, but I do not believe it has truly ever happened until now.

Not in the way Rousey has, anyway.

She is far and away the biggest star in the history of mixed martial arts, and her legend is still growing.

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Ronda Rousey is the biggest star in MMA history. That much can’t even be argued. She’s in magazines, commercials and blockbuster Hollywood movies. You can rest assured an ESPN camera is there every time she fights.

She has single-handedly broken into the mainstream sports world. Young women on hand to see her work out in Rio last week had tears of joy streaming down their faces. A small child ran past security with his heart set on sneaking in a hug from the reigning UFC women’s bantamweight champion.

Rousey’s star power isn’t fixated around young men and hardcore MMA fans. It goes way beyond that. Rousey is the one fighter your mother and grandmother are talking about. She’s the reason for the old, grumpy neighbor’s momentary infatuation with MMA. She’s the reason LeBron James remained seated at the ESPYs.

No, there is no bigger star than Ronda Rousey in MMA. You could make the argument that she’s the greatest fighter in UFC history. But star power aside, you wouldn’t be right…yet.

Rousey furthered her legend on Saturday night (as she often does) at UFC 190, when she dusted off top women’s bantamweight contender Bethe Correia in 34 seconds with a highlight-reel knockout.

Her recent run of brilliance certainly puts her in the same sentence as greats such as Jon Jones, Georges St-Pierre, Anderson Silva and Jose Aldo. Yahoo Sports’ Kevin Iole argues: “If there were a male UFC champion who was 12-0 and had won his last three fights in 16, 14 and 34 seconds, that man would almost by acclamation be proclaimed the top pound-for-pound fighter in the world as well as the greatest who ever lived.”

Iole is absolutely right in that regard. Rousey has annihilated the competition. The path to the queen’s throne at 135 pounds is covered with trampled hearts and the skeletal remains of missing limbs. She has finished her last four opponents in less than three minutes combined.

Imagine if Aldo were doing this to opponents. What would people be saying about him?

But it’s not a case of sexism that is leaving Rousey off the top of the mountain. It’s all about the playing field. She isn’t facing nearly the same level of opposition as Aldo and other world champions. There is no reason to feign as if Correia were a proven contender heading into the fight. All of Correia’s UFC opponents up until that point had a combined UFC record of 1-7.

Rousey isn’t staring down a murderer’s row of contenders. The women’s bantamweight division has only existed in the UFC for two years, which means the level of talent isn’t that deep yet. But as time goes by, Rousey’s dominance will encourage more and more women to get involved in MMA, and the overall talent in the division will grow. And if she can keep this up as the pool grows deeper, she’ll have a serious case for the GOAT crown.

Rousey isn’t the best in history, but her name holds weight. She is one of the best—man or woman—to ever put on a pair of gloves. But if we’re talking greatest of all time, we’re going to need a few more years inside the cage.

Perhaps a move to 145 pounds to challenge Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino would do the trick.  

 

Jordy McElroy is a featured columnist for Bleacher Report. He also is the MMA writer for FanRag Sports and co-founder of The MMA Bros.

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Patrick Cummins had little trouble in his UFC 190 victory over Rafael “Feijao” Cavalcante, but he certainly did not escape the contest unscathed.

On Monday afternoon, Joe Rogan posted a photo to Instagram of Cummins, and the light heavyweight athlete looks downright awful 48 hours after his win.

The photo is not for the faint at heart:

“This is what Pat Cummins @officialdurkin looks like 2 days after the biggest win of his @UFC career,” Rogan wrote in the accompanying caption. “The faint of heart need not apply. Pat is a f–king true savage! Congrats!”

According to MMAjunkie.com, Cummins is on a potential six-month medical suspension by the Comissao Atletica Brasileira de MMA with a fractured nose following the event. He can get back in the cage as soon as he is cleared by a physician.

Cummins has a few stitches under his right eyebrow, and the blood in his eyes is still visible. Cavalcante did extraordinary damage for landing so few strikes. Over the course of 10 minutes, the Brazilian only landed 23 significant strikes to Cummins.

The American simply outwrestled and outworked Feijao. The former Strikeforce champion got extremely tired, and Cummins finished the fight with a flurry of ferocious elbows. Cummins looked worse for the wear, but he was in control nearly the entire fight.

The bout was even briefly halted to check on Cummins’ injuries to see if he could continue.

The damage to Cummins highlights that in MMA, judging purely by damage can be misleading. Feijao turned Cummins into a mess at UFC 190 while being planted firmly on his back time and again. But Cummins, a former Nittany Lion wrestler, landed eight takedowns in the fight.

Cummins will move back up the ranks at 205 pounds following his top-10 win at UFC 190. In the shallow waters of light heavyweight, he will undoubtedly inch closer to bigger fights as soon as he recovers from the tremendous damage he sustained against Feijao.

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Myles Jury is making changes. 

After spending the entirety of his seven-fight UFC career in the lightweight division, the 26-year-old Jury will shed 10 pounds and test his luck at featherweight, according to a recent report on his personal website. 

In addition, Jury will move his fight camp from San Diego’s Alliance MMA to Arizona’s Power MMA and Fitness. Along with Jury, Alliance MMA teammates Johnny “Hollywood” Case, Michael Chandler and Luis Saldana will head east for future fight camps. 

“Myles was tested a little over 16-percent body fat and not exactly eating the best,” Jury’s manager, Ryan Hasstold Fox Sports’ Damon Martin. “One of his great changes this year was finally getting his nutrition intake at the highest level by starting with George Lockhart at FitnessVT.com.

“Now he’s held onto his size while dropping the bad weight and ready to take over the featherweight division.”

For Jury, these changes come on the heels of his first professional loss, a January defeat via decision to current lightweight top contender Donald “Cowboy” Cerrone at UFC 182. 

In that fight, Jury found success early by taking Cerrone to the ground and securing dominant position, but Cerrone quickly reversed the maneuver and took over, outpointing and outclassing Jury everywhere the fight went. 

Still, Jury is young, he’s talented and his 5’11” frame could make him a real threat at 145 pounds. 

While his striking developed quickly at Alliance MMA and became a primary tool of attack against the likes of Diego Sanchez and Takanori Gomi, Jury is a lifelong wrestler with black-belt Brazilian jiu-jitsu credentials. Combined with his physical size, this grappling talent could make a dangerous foil to the strikers—champion Jose Aldo and interim champ Conor McGregorat the top of the featherweight division. 

Stay tuned to Bleacher Report as news of Jury’s first opponent at 145 pounds is announced. 

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Jake Shields came up short in his bid for the World Series of Fighting welterweight title, and now the grappling specialist could be facing a six-month layoff due to injuries sustained in his bout with Rousimar Palhares.

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