Several big UFC stars have thrown down already in 2015, and soon, Ronda Rousey will return to action for the first time since last July, when she stormed through Alexis Davis.
The bantamweight champ is scheduled to face Cat Zingano at UFC 184 on February 28th, and now that Chris Weidman has pulled out of the event due to a rib injury, Rousey-Zingano is the feature attraction.
Rousey will be looking to build on her aforementioned, win over Davis, and it will be pretty, pretty hard to top that performance. Rousey needed just 16 seconds, that’s right, 10 plus 6, to take out the talented contender.
Zingano (9-0), meanwhile, stopped Amanda Nunes in September to lock up a title fight with Rousey once again. Zingano was supposed to battle Rousey in 2013, after she defeated Miesha Tate at the TUF 17 Finale, but a knee injury sidelined her for months.
You can watch the UFC 175 scrap below.
UFC 184 will be hosted by the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.