Only one of Rousey’s eleven fights has gone past the first round, and only three have lasted longer than a minute. The 2008 Olympic Judo Bronze Medalist seems to be growing more dominant as her fighting career progresses. She recorded her two quickest finishes in her two most recent outings. She logged a 16-second knockout over Alexis Davis at UFC 175 and followed that performance up with a 14-second finish of Cat Zingano at UFC 184.
The 28-year-old made history by becoming the first female fighter to be signed by the UFC in November 2012. She’s the first and only UFC women’s bantamweight champion, and the first Olympic Medalist to hold a UFC title. She also became the first mixed martial artist to receive an ESPY award when she was named Best Female Athlete in 2014.
Rousey looks to remain undefeated and add another quick finish to her resume when she faces top contender Bethe Correia in the UFC 190 main event on Aug. 1 in Rio de Janeiro.