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Following in Duane Ludwig's footsteps , "Judo" Gene LeBell is convinced Ronda Rousey's record-setting 14 second armbar victory over Cat Zingano in the main event of the UFC 184 pay-per-view -- which took place this past Saturday night live from the Staples Center in Los Angeles, California -- was actually 12 seconds and some change. "Rowdy's" finish earned her the UFC record for the fastest finish in a title fight, just edging out Andrei Arlovski's 15 second knockout over Paul Buentello a decade ago at UFC 55. Speaking with Ariel Helwani following UFC 184, LeBell noted his stopwatch read a little over 12 seconds for the submission finish. Comment?
Ronda Rousey proved why she's the baddest female athlete in the entire world defeating Cat Zingano in just 14 seconds in the main event of Saturday's UFC 184 . I was the quickest finish in a UFC title fight, breaking the record held by Andrei Arlovski when he knocked out Paul Buentello in just 15 seconds at UFC 55 in 2005. Comment?
With an Olympic medal in judo, the Strikeforce women's bantamweight title and the UFC women's bantamweight title all sitting on her mantel, she already owns one of the most impressive resumes in MMA today. in just 14 seconds, broke the record for the quickest win in a UFC title fight and the record for the fastest submission win in UFC history: " scored a controversial knockout victory over Paul Buentello at UFC 55 when he clipped him with a lead hook as Buentello stepped in. Comment?
... UFC title fight. The record was previously held by former heavyweight champ Andrei Arlovski, who defeated Paul Buentello in 15 seconds at UFC 55. nearly broke the record once before at UFC 175 when she defeated Alexis Davis in 16 seconds (which tied ... Comment?
... ever in a title fight, just besting former heavyweight champion Andrei Arlovski 's 15-second knockout over Paul Buentello at UFC 55. A shell-shocked Zingano, who was originally supposed to fight Rousey in late 2013 but was forced out of the matchup ... Comment?
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