UFC 207 Live streaming – Ronda Rousey transformed her body for UFC 207 comeback

The last time we saw Ronda Rousey in the Octagon she was bloodied, bruised and beaten. UFC 207 Live streaming

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UFC 193 in Melbourne back in November 2015 was a painful event for the 29-year-old. Holly Holm assaulted her with a barrage of blows before a vicious head kick knocked Rousey out. The defeat saw her surrender her bantamweight crown and with it, her aura of invincibility.

Emotionally, she was crushed. Physically too. You only needed to see the photos to know how badly she suffered. She even needed a plastic surgeon to treat a badly cut lip. UFC 207 Live streaming


In the aftermath of her first loss in the UFC, Rousey went off the grid. The queen of MMA took a break from training and fighting and basically went silent. She didn’t speak to the press for a month afterward.

She was photographed hiding her face as she arrived home from Australia with boyfriend Travis Browne, and the paparazzi tried to keep tabs on her while the rest of the world wondered what her next step would be.

She appeared to put on weight, too, which was a big talking point among observers after her bout in Melbourne.

But she’ll fight for the first time since her loss to Holm when she takes on Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 on Dec. 30. And she’s in much better shape than she was a year ago.

The former bantamweight champ has barely been talking about her highly anticipated return, save for sending tweets and posting Instagram photos with the hashtag #FearTheReturn.

If you take a look at what she’s been up to while training for the bout, you can see just how amazing her body transformation has been.

Nunes has won her past four fights, including a round-one submission victory over Miesha Tate at UFC 200 in July to take the bantamweight strap, so these updates won’t scare her. What Rousey’s posts do show us is that we’re in for one hell of a fight.

The lead-up to the fight has also been gaining attention, but for unusual reasons.

Rousey has barely said anything since UFC 193. There have been few interviews, no press conferences, and no statements. Sure, Rousey’s gone on talk shows with Conan O’Brien and Ellen DeGeneres, but talk has rarely been UFC-centric.


She’s made no real attempt to leave the masses frothing at the mouth over what awaits when she turns up at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

She did make an appearance at the UFC 205 weigh-ins, walking on stage to square off briefly with Nunes before walking straight off. It was strange, to say the least.

Some of the more prominent voices in MMA can’t understand what’s going on. Commentator Joe Rogan was baffled as to why Nunes, after submitting Miesha Tate — the bantamweight champion before her — in the first round of their fight at UFC 200 in July, isn’t drawing any attention.

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UFC 207 Live Streaming – Jessica Andrade vs. Maryna Moroz added to UFC 207

Jessica Andrade vs. Maryna Moroz added to year-end UFC 207 Live Streaming card in Las Vegas

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The UFC appears to have added a women’s strawweight fight to the main card of the year-end UFC 207 live streaming event.

Jessica Andrade (15-5 MMA, 6-3 UFC) has been booked for a fight against Maryna Moroz (8-1 MMA, 3-1 UFC). Although the UFC has not yet made a formal announcement of the booking, the matchup was revealed on the UFC 206 “Inside the Octagon” episode, which was released today.

UFC 207 takes place Dec. 30 (a Friday) at T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. The main card airs on pay-per-view following prelims on FS1 and UFC Fight Pass.

Andrade, from Brazil, has back-to-back stoppage wins since making the drop from bantamweight to strawweight earlier this year. After a submission loss to Raquel Pennington at UFC 191 in September 2015, Andrade dropped to strawweight and stopped Jessica Penne with a second-round TKO at UFC 199 in June. In September at UFC 203, she choked out Joanne Calderwood in the first round for a “Performance of the Night” bonus.

Moroz, from the Ukraine, has a pair of wins in 2016, as well. After a decision loss to Valerie Letourneau in Saskatoon in August 2015, she picked up a decision win over Cristina Stanciu in Croatia in April, then followed that up with a split call over Danielle Taylor at UFC Fight Night 92 in Salt Lake City in August. Her promotion debut in April 2015 was a submission of Calderwood.

With the addition, the UFC 207 card now includes:

  • Champ Amanda Nunes vs. Ronda Rousey – for women’s bantamweight title
  • Champ Dominick Cruz vs. Cody Garbrandt – for bantamweight title
  • Cain Velasquez vs. Fabricio Werdum
  • T.J. Dillashaw vs. John Lineker
  • Jessica Andrade vs. Maryna Moroz
  • Johny Hendricks vs. Neil Magny
  • Dong Hyun Kim vs. Tarec Saffiedine
  • Alex Garcia vs. Mike Pyle
  • Tim Means vs. Alex Oliveira
  • Antonio Carlos Junior vs. Marvin Vettori
  • Sabah Homasi vs. Brandon Thatch
  • Ray Borg vs. Louis Smolka


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UFC 207 Live Streaming – Ronda Rousey offered Amanda Nunes title fight for UFC 207

Ronda Rousey is reportedly offered a fight against current champion Amanda Nunes for UFC 207 Live Streaming in December.


There have been uncertainties with regards to Ronda Rousey’s return date. But apparently, UFC president Dana White may have dropped a valuable hint when he said that there was a “big chance” for a “Rowdy” comeback before the year ends .

According to Damon Martin of FOX Sports, Rousey has already been offered a fight against current women’s 135-pound champion Amanda Nunes for UFC 207 Live Streaming

on December 30th in Las Vegas. While nothing has been made final as of this posting, no agreements have been signed, and negotiations are said to be ongoing.

White had repeatedly mentioned that Rousey would be getting an immediate title shot upon her return, a scenario which legends like Don Frye are strongly against. But for her part, the current champion says that while she does intend to fight sooner than later, she is willing to wait for the offer to fight Rousey.

“I’d be happy to wait if they tell me, ‘You are gonna fight Ronda Rousey, for sure, next year, this day.’ I’d wait,” Nunes said. “But if it’s nothing for sure, if it’s nothing set, I can’t wait. I want to fight. But we’ll see.”

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McGregor talks featherweight division and who he was supposed to fight at UFC 205

CONOR McGregor may be days away from fighting for the UFC lightweight title, but he just recently sent a not-so-subtle reminder to the featherweight division that he’s still the king at 145 pounds.


McGregor conquered former champion Jose Aldo in just 13 seconds when they met last December while staking his claim as the best featherweight fighter in the world.

Of course, McGregor has heard rumours that he’ll never be able to cut down to 145 pounds again and that’s part of the reason why he’s been competing outside the division for all of 2016. He’s also received criticism for taking fights at welterweight and now at lightweight rather than coming back to 145 pounds to defend his title for the first time.

McGregor fired back at the featherweights when speaking to Fox Sports (US) on the UFC 205 media conference call recently.

“Wherever I choose to go, I’m prepared to go there. I feel great at this weight. I mean I’m a lot leaner, I’m still eating a hell of a lot of food. Obviously, it’s tougher to get to featherweight, but I think it’s crazy the way they say I can’t get to featherweight no more or all these crazy things,” McGregor said.

“Like I ain’t the undisputed champion. Like I haven’t gone in there and taken out the whole division as early as last year. December of last year that was. Not even a year ago. Then they’re talking about stripping (the title) and vacating and all this stuff, it’s like hold on a minute — what did I just go and do there? Didn’t I just take out that division? Am I not champion?”

McGregor says instead of fighting Eddie Alvarez at UFC 205 next weekend, he would have defended the featherweight belt against Frankie Edgar — if he had defeated Jose Aldo at UFC 200.

McGregor slammed Edgar, who is Alvarez’s teammate, by saying that he blew his chance to main event the first ever UFC card at Madison Square Garden by losing a unanimous decision to Aldo at UFC 200.

“Frankie wasn’t good enough or he should have been here. He wasn’t good enough to cut it. Frankie’s not good enough. Frankie’s just not good enough, I’m afraid,” McGregor said. “He just can’t cut it but maybe I might choose him next. I might destroy you, hopefully he gets through this other guy then I might pick him next.

“But this should have been me and Frankie, we all know that. He just wasn’t good enough to do what I did in 13 seconds. He had 50 minutes to do what I done in 13 seconds and he couldn’t do it. So here I am and there he is on the prelims.”

UFC president Dana White has insisted that with a win against Alvarez next weekend, McGregor will be forced to vacate one of his titles and move forward as either the lightweight or featherweight champion.

McGregor certainly doesn’t sound like a guy ready to give up anything if he makes history by becoming the first ever simultaneous two division champion in the UFC.

“Vacate? We’ll see about that. Why not defend them both? I fight every week. I can defend them both,” McGregor said.

As much as McGregor says he’s not done with the featherweight division yet, he might change his mind if he’s successful in taking out Alvarez at UFC 205.

McGregor’s coaches have raved about his performance in training ahead of the massive card in New York City and the outspoken Irishman seems to agree with them. If you like what you saw out of McGregor at 145 pounds, he teases to just wait and see what he can do at lightweight.

“Wherever I sign, I’m going to fight, you best believe I’m going to show up and be prepared,” McGregor said. “145, I’m the world champion. I took out them all. I’m damn good at 145 and I’m even better at 155.”


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Conor McGregor vows to leave Eddie Alvarez ‘unconscious’ and take his title at UFC 205

The Irish MMA star said that Alvarez poses him no threat and also had some choice words for the WWE roster


Conor McGregor expects an easy fight as he moves up a weight class to take on Eddie Alvarez in the headline event at UFC 205 in November .

The Irish MMA star is hoping to become the first ever fighter to hold UFC belts in two separate weight classes, and had some disparaging words for Alvarez, who he will face in the octagon on November 12th in New York City’s Madison Square Garden.

Speaking in a live Facebook video Q&A for the Lad Bible, McGregor said: “I don’t think he poses any threat.

“He’s tough, he’s a tough kid. He’s got some good fights under his belt, good experience.

“I’m expecting him to come in and fight with his heart but I don’t see it going well for him. I feel he will be unconscious.”

Asked if his brand of psychological warfare verges on disrespectful, he said: “This is the fight business, I’m not going out thinking ‘psychological warfare’.

“That last press conference… I walked in happy, positively. I’m set for life. I am set for life. My family will never go hungry.

“I just wanted to enjoy it. Then they try and come at me, the whole lot of me. But if you want to come at the king you better be prepared because the king will come and take you out.

“It’s all fair in this business. Anything goes in this game. It’s a ruthless business. And I’m the most ruthless.”

When asked about disparaging comments he made towards the WWE roster earlier this year, he again reiterated his disdain for professional wrestling.

“Yeah – they’re dweebs! The whole lot of them,” he said.

Asked if he would ever make the switch from UFC to WWE in the future, McGregor said: “Maybe as CEO – maybe to take Vince out of the chair. But I don’t know.”

While Ronda Rousey is the only UFC fighter to appear in WWE after featuring in Wrestlemania 31 alongside The Rock last year, several wrestlers have made the transition to UFC competition, including Brock Lesnar and CM Punk – who lost his long-awaited debut fight at UFC 203 to Mickey Gall.

McGregor’s last fight was at UFC 202 in August, where he got revenge over welterweight fighter Nate Diaz after the American forced him to submit at UFC 196 in March – that’s still the only blemish in is UFC career, which currently reads 8-1 (20-3 MMA).


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