Top 10 Fighter Rankings Update For March 2015In her shortest fight to date, “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey retained her UFC title with a 14-second submission win on February 28th at UFC 184. The UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion finished top contender “Alpha” Cat Zingano with a straight armbar and remains atop the 135-pound rankings.

One night before Rousey won at UFC 184, rival Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino retained her Invicta FC Featherweight Championship with a 46-second destruction of Charmaine “Not So Sweet” Tweet at Invicta FC 11. On the same card, Alexa Grasso picked up a big win in the strawweight co-feature.

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Satoko Shinashi Submits Emi Yamamoto At Deep: "71 Impact"Deep Women’s Flyweight Champion “Princess” Satoko Shinashi earned another quick and easy submission win on Saturday night at Deep: “71 Impact” in Tokyo, Japan. Shinashi finished Emi Yamamoto with an armbar early in the first round of their featured 45-kilogram (99-pound) bout.

Since returning to MMA in October following a six-year retirement, Shinashi has set her sights on securing a future fight against Road FC star Ga Yeon “Deadly Beauty” Song, who defeated Yamamoto this past August. Shinashi has now racked up three straight first-round finishes in a four-month period.

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Ronda Rousey, Holly Holm Victorious In UFC 184 HeadlinersUFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey retained her title with another lightning-fast victory in the main event of UFC 184: “Rousey vs Zingano” tonight in Los Angeles, California. Rousey submitted top contender “Alpha” Cat Zingano with a straight armbar in just 14 seconds.

Rousey kept her perfect professional record and aura of invincibility intact with tonight’s slick submission win. In the co-main event, a potential future title challenger, Holly “The Preacher’s Daughter” Holm, made a successful UFC debut with a close decision win over Raquel “Rocky” Pennington.

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UFC 184: "Rousey vs Zingano" Live Play-By-Play & ResultsThe Ultimate Fighting Championship returns to Staples Center in Los Angeles, California tonight for UFC 184: “Rousey vs Zingano.” The event is headlined by a long-awaited UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship showdown between “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey and “Alpha” Cat Zingano.

In the bantamweight co-main event, Raquel “Rocky” Pennington welcomes former pound-for-pound boxing star Holly “The Preacher’s Daughter” Holm to the Octagon. Jake “The Juggernaut” Ellenberger battles Josh Koscheck in a welterweight bout. MMARising.com has live play-by-play for the card.

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Invicta FC 11 Bonuses: Grasso-Inoue Named Fight Of The NightMexican strawweight standout Alexa Grasso earned her biggest victory to date in the co-main event of Invicta Fighting Championships 11 on Friday night in Los Angeles, California. Grasso outpointed highly-touted Japanese prospect Mizuki Inoue in the action-packed Invicta FC 11 Fight of the Night.

Grasso and Inoue earned an extra $1500 for Fight of the Night honours, but they were not the only fighters on the card who took home bonuses. Invicta FC Featherweight Champion Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino and Grasso’s teammate, Irene Aldana “Robles,” each earned Performances of the Night.

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Invicta FC 11 Results: Cyborg Retains Title, Grasso Defeats InoueAs most expected, Invicta FC Featherweight Champion Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino easily retained her title in the main event of Friday night’s Invicta Fighting Championships 11 card in Los Angeles, California. The champion destroyed challenger Charmaine “Not So Sweet” Tweet in just 46 seconds.

In the action-packed strawweight co-main event, Mexican rising star Alexa Grasso earned a Unanimous Decision win over Japanese prodigy Mizuki Inoue. DeAnna “The Argentine Assassin” Bennett and Grasso’s teammate, Irene Aldana “Robles,” also scored key victories on Friday’s main card.

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Invicta Fighting Championships 11 Live Play-By-Play & ResultsInvicta Fighting Championships held its 11th event tonight at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California. Invicta FC 11 was headlined by a featherweight championship bout between returning champion Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino and challenger Charmaine “Not So Sweet” Tweet.

In the co-feature, Alexa Grasso battled Mizuki Inoue in a pivotal strawweight matchup. DeAnna “The Argentine Assassin” Bennett faced Norma Rueda Center at 115 and Irene Aldana “Robles” met Colleen “The Thoroughbred” Schneider at 135. MMARising.com has live play-by-play for the card.

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Izabela Badurek vs Aleksandra Albu Set For UFC Fight Night 64A third women’s strawweight bout has been added to the upcoming UFC Fight Night 64: “Gonzaga vs Cro Cop 2” event on April 11th in Kraków, Poland. Former bantamweights Izabela Badurek and Aleksandra “Stitch” Albu drop down to 115 pounds and face off on the preliminary card.

UFC officials announced the fight this week. Badurek weighed in at 143 pounds for her most recent bout four weeks ago, which ended in a quick submission victory. Albu was originally set to make her UFC debut at 135 pounds in late 2013 before an injury forced her out of her planned fight.

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