Like Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson and John Cena before her, the former UFC champion's road to the big screen runs through the WWE.
WrestleMania is going to be the spectacle it always is, but what may be the biggest deal for the mass of wrestling fans descending on New Orleans will be all the wrestling not sponsored by WWE.
Minutes into her pro wrestling career, she already managed to become peak Rousey: too much, too soon, exciting, but also exhausting.
It's easy to get cynical about WWE, but this year's Royal Rumble, with wins by Nakamura and Asuka, reminded us what makes the promotion worth watching. (Even despite Ronda Rousey showing up.)
The UFC finally created a Cyborg fight which actually has some intrigue, and a Holly Holm match that makes us forget just how tentative she has been since defeating Rousey.
A TV classic from the 1970s makes its long-awaited, enlightened return.
The mainstream world became acquainted with Amanda Nunes after she knocked out Ronda Rousey in the first round, but that was far from the beginning of her story.
Amanda Nunes continues to be a welcome earnest alternative to the loudmouth MMA fighter archetype that's so popular right now.
The fighting icon and budding movie star comes out of hiding to show a little solidarity.
The UFC champ taught Desus and Mero how she defeated Ronda Rousey.
Her status as the biggest star in the UFC is dwindling—if it was ever fair to begin with—but Ronda Rousey's impact on our culture has been as undeniable as it is messy.
Based on hundreds of painstaking hours of research and data, Cage Captions combines statistics gathered from virtually every UFC fight along with as many walkout songs as humanly possible.