Ronda Rousey began her sports career in judo. After years of success in this discipline, achieving achievements such as the bronze medal in the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008. In 2012, she became the first fighter to sign with the UFC. It did not take long to reach stardom. Thanks to her incredible and quick victories as well as her controversial interviews and press conferences. A year later she was the number one pound for pound fighter in the world.
The career of the former UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion would continue to rise until 2015 when she was defeated for the first time in her career. She would spend some time outside the spotlight until the following year she returned to the octagon. Per was again defeated. Throughout those years she was also appearing in WWE and finally, at the beginning of this year 2018, she made the complete transition to wrestling. Since then, it has become the biggest star of this company.
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We might think that she has left the UFC behind, but the truth is that she never will. Not only because she is the first woman to be inducted into the Hall of Fame and will always be a legend of this company, but because the strung took many fans with her. Fans who have to keep treating well and many had no interest before for wrestling. During a recent interview with PWI Podcast, WWE Raw Women’s Champion explained how she tries to find the balance between WWE and UFC.
“I think the most difficult part of the transition is to make everyone happy. I want my WWE fans to be happy, but I also have other fans. I also had to make them happy and many of them did not watch WWE. “
“Every time I appear, I have to make everything I do attractive to those who are WWE fans and who they are new to. So I have to find a balance between both worlds.
“There are things that I’ve seen in wrestling that I’d like to do, but I’m worried that MMA fans do not understand them. There are many people looking at me and I have to attend to everyone. It is a great challenge. “
– Who will be the new rival of Conor McGregor?
In recent statements, Conor McGregor said that if he can not have the rematch for the title he will fight against the next one on the list. It would not be Tony Ferguson since this would compete against the champion. The classification now is the following:
Champion: Khabib Nurmagomedov
1 Tony Ferguson
2 Conor McGregor
3 Dustin Poirier
4 Kevin Lee
5 Edson Barboza
6 Justin Gaethje
7 Anthony Pettis
8 Al Iaquinta
9 Nate Díaz
10 Michael Chiesa
11 James Vick
12 Alexander Hernández
13 Dan Hooker
14 Francisco Trinaldo
15 Paul Felder
Waiting to see if the Diamond is finally the rival of the Irish, they have come to light as are the bets for who will be:
Odds for who Conor McGregor will fight next (@betonline_ag):
Nate Diaz +150
Tony Ferguson +200
Khabib Nurmagomedov +250
Anderson Silva +800
Georges St-Pierre +2000
Floyd Mayweather Jr. +5000
— OddsShark (@OddsShark) October 23, 2018
Nate Diaz is the favorite according to who they bet. This would probably be the best fight for The Notorious if it can not compete for the title. For some time now the fans are waiting for both of them to have a new fight. If you are feeling lucky and think you know who will win, you can bet on the UFC matches.
MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) is one of the most growing sports in the world, especially the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship), which leads the contact sports without weapons.