RONDA ROUSEY COMEBACK FIGHT
It was as of late reported that Ronda Rousey was offered a battle against Amanda Nunes for UFC 207 on December 30th in Las Vegas. Thus, the champion had expressed that a battle against “Rambunctious” is the one that “needs to happen” for her first title barrier.
“In the event that they ask me who I need to battle, I’m going to say I need to battle Ronda. I’m not running from anybody, I’m the champion and I can pick who I’m going to battle,” Nunes said. “I will pick what’s best for me and Ronda would be “the” primary battle, that is the reason it must be against her, it must be with Ronda.”
Nunes might get what she had requested, all things considered. As indicated by MMAFighting.com’s Ariel Helwani, the arrangement for the said battle will probably be finished before the week’s over.
UFC events are separated into seven different formats:
“Numbered” events, currently airing on pay-per-view, with some exceptions
“UFC on Fox” events, currently airing on Fox
“Fight Night” events, formerly aired on Spike, currently airing on Fox Sports 1, Fox Sports 2, or UFC Fight Pass
“The Ultimate Fighter Finale” events, formerly aired on Spike and FX, currently airing on Fox Sports 1 or UFC Fight Pass
“UFC on FX” events, formerly aired on FX
“UFC on Fuel TV” events, formerly aired on Fuel TV
“UFC Live on Versus” events, formerly aired on Versus
Most of the “numbered” events have taken place on pay-per-view, though there have been a few exceptions for reasons such as tape-delay. Events such as UFC 72, which took place in Belfast,
Northern Ireland, U.K., were sold on pay-per-view, but due to tape-delay, purchase rates were not as high as events that aired at a traditional starting time. As such, events taking part in significantly different timezones, including UFC 70, UFC 75, UFC 89, UFC 95, UFC 105, UFC 120, UFC 122, and UFC 138,
were given a same-night airing in American primetime on Spike