Ronda Rousey rolls Bethe “Pitbull” Correia in UFC 190 Main Event

Don’t blink, leave or change the channel because by the time your eyes open, by the time you get back or by the time you change the channel back, the fight will already be over.

Ronda Rousey has become notorious for finishing fights and finishing them fast.

It took Rousey only 34 seconds to knockout Correia Saturday night in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Going into the fight one of these unbeatens would lose.

Rousey ended the fight with a vicious right hook to the head followed by a left jab while Correia was falling.

Judge “Big” John McCarthy had seen enough.

Rousey’s fights parallel Mike Tyson’s bouts when he knocked out his opponents so quickly and viciously.

Of Rousey’s 12 professional fights, only one has extended beyond the first round, and three beyond one minute of the first round.

Rousey has now defended her Bantamweight title six consecutive times.

After the fight, while still inside the octagon, she remembered her late father and “Rowdy” Roddy Piper.

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