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LOS ANGELES– During the first 17 seasons of The Ultimate Fighter, the game plan was simple: Pick 16 of the country’s best up-and-coming fighters from any weight class and have them fight in the toughest tournament in sports.
Things changed, however, during the 18th season, when now-UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey ushered in a new era of female fighters in the UFC.
And that was just two years after UFC President Dana White said a women would never fight in the Octagon.
“This whole women’s MMA thing has exceeded my expectations. I’m so into … Read the Full Article Here

LOS ANGELES– During the first 17 seasons of The Ultimate Fighter, the game plan was simple: Pick 16 of the country’s best up-and-coming fighters from any weight class and have them fight in the toughest tournament in sports. Things changed, however, during the 18th season, when now-UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey ushered in a… Read more »

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