Posted: August 20, 2012 in Uncategorized

Totally,Totally, Sports


SAN DIEGO – If Ronda Rousey’s armbar is not yet regarded as the most devastating single move in all of sports, it probably should be.

The Strikeforce women’s bantamweight champion ran her professional record to 6-0 Saturday night against former title holder and challenger Sarah Kaufman at the Valley View Casino Center. It was Rousey’s sixth win via first-round submission.

Ronda Rousey goes for an armbar submission vs. Sarah Kaufman on Saturday.

(Tracy Lee for Y! Sports)
This time, her thus-far-unstoppable armbar forced a tap in just 54 seconds. Kaufman fell to 15-2 in her career with the loss. Each win of Rousey’s has been by armbar.

The less experienced Rousey applied an aggressive approach out of the gate, to which the veteran Kaufman had no time for response.

The fast pace of the match is symbolic of Rousey’s career thus far, as her rise has been meteoric. She needed…

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