Sports 6 stats that show how dominant Ronda Rousey has been in the UFC and MMA Ronda Rousey hits Liz Carmouche during their UFC bantamweight title fight at Honda Center on February 23, 2013 in Anaheim, California. Photo Credit: Getty By AMNY.COM Updated July 29, 2015 6:03 PM Print Share fbShare Tweet Email Ronda Rousey makes the sixth defense of her UFC women's bantamweight title this Saturday at UFC 190. She'll fight Bethe Correia, another undefeated mixed martial artist. But Correia hasn't done was Rousey has done so far in her MMA career. Few have. Here's a look at six statistics that help illustrate just how dominant Rousey, a former Olympic medalist in judo, has been in MMA: 1) In her 14 mixed martial arts bouts (11 pro, three amateur), Ronda Rousey's opponent has made it out of the first round ... once. 2) Ronda Rousey's average fight time in her 11 pro bouts is 2:16. If you remove the two fights with Miesha Tate, it drops to 56 seconds. 3) Ronda Rousey finished Alexis Davis at UFC 175 in 16 seconds, one second off the record for a UFC title fight. 4) Ronda Rousey finished Cat Zingano at UFC 184 in 14 seconds, one second ahead of the Andrei Arlovski's then-record for a UFC title fight. 5) In her eight bouts for UFC and Strikeforce, Ronda Rousey has been taken down twice. Both times, it was by Miesha Tate (once in each of their bouts.) 6) Ronda Rousey attempted 0 strikes in her last fight and still won in 14 seconds. By AMNY.COM Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Comments We're revamping our Comments section. Learn more and share your input.