Fighter on Fighter: Breaking down UFC 207’s Ronda Rousey

Former champion, Ronda Rousey, will look to dethrone Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight roost-ruler, Amanda Nunes, this Friday (Dec. 30, 2016) at UFC 207 inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

It’s been 13 months since Holly Holm knocked out Rousey … and we haven’t seen much of her since.

Even with her scheduled bout and reappearance, we still don’t have much of an idea since the former champion has refused to do any interviews or media of any kind in the lead up to this event. We do know, however, that “Rowdy” will make an appearance on Friday night when she attempts to reclaim her strap.

Does anything else really matter?

Let’s take a closer look at the former champion’s skills that allowed her to dominate for four years:


Rousey was picked apart and knocked out by Holm in a fight that really shined a light upon the issues with her game. That said, Rousey is one of her division’s hardest hitters, and she is definitely dangerous with her wild attack.

On the outside, Rousey’s combinations are far smoother than they once were. Rousey has natural speed, making her jab and cross two of her best weapons, cutting through her opponents’ looping shots. In particular, Rousey’s cross packs some serious wallop and has rocked a pair

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