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WATCH: Ronda Rousey gets a quick finish in her Amateur MMA debut in 2010

LockerRoom Team
29 June 2022

Ronda Rousey has her own place in the MMA history books. After having a celebrated career as a Judoka which saw her win an Olympic medal, Ronda transitioned into Mixed Martial Arts in 2010 and had her first amateur fight in the year.

Ronda fought at an event called Combat Fight League: Ground Zero in California, United States, and went up against Hayden Munoz at the event. This was two years after she clinched the Bronze at the Beijing Summer Olympics.

The 23-year-old Ronda made quick work of her opponent at the event and made sure that everyone took notice. In fact, in the video which was uploaded on YouTube almost a decade back, the caption reads “Don't blink and make sure to follow this girl. She's for real." Which is apt for the performance that Ronda delivered.

After this fight, Ronda fought two more times in the amateur MMA circuit. She secured finishes in both those fights as well with wins coming against Autumn King at Tuff-N-Uff- Future Stars of MMA and Taylor Guardado in the same promotion.

In 2011, Ronda went on to make her professional MMA debut against Ediane Gomes at KOTC: Turning point, and a year later, she would have her first fight with Miesha Tate at Strikeforce.

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