Women’s MMA superstar Ronda Rousey believes women will fight inside the UFC octagon in the future, and has high overall expectations for WMMA.
Rousey, the Strikefoirce bantamweight champion, holds a 5-0 record and hasn’t left the first round. All wins have come via armbar submission.
I don’t think WMMA will be in the UFC octagon any time soon, but it’s definitely possible later down the road. The weight classes simply aren’t deep enough to justify women making a move to the UFC, as Rousey is the only current female superstar that is well known.
Cyborg continues her suspension and isn’t eligible to compete at the moment. Gina Carano toys with the idea of coming back to MMA – allegedly, as I don’t think she wants to fight again – and it seems more like a ploy for media attention.