UFC 184 features two undefeated women who will be going at it for the women’s bantamweight title. This is just the third time in UFC history that two undefeated fighters will go at it for a belt and looks to be a good one.

Ronda Rousey has won her last two fights by KO/TKO over Sara McCann and Alexis Davis. Usually, Rousey gets her opponent on the ground and ends the fight with one of her famous arm bars, but she is showing that her game is evolving. Many people believe that no one can beat Rousey, but for the people who believe she can be beat, they think Zingano can do it.

Zingano is the #1 contender in the women’s bantamweight division and comes into the fight with Rousey 9-0. People believe she can finally beat the undefeated women’s bantamweight champion because of her striking and aggressive fight style.

This car was supposed to have other big fights on it, but injuries and different moves made UFC 184 the Rousey vs. Zingano show. There may not be the big names on the card fans are looking for, but that does not mean there will not be fights worthy of the post-fight bonuses.

Here are my predications for the “Fight Night” bonuses:

Fight of the Night:

I do not believe that the Rousey vs. Zingano fight will win Fight of the Night for reasons I will talk about later, but instead I think this award will go to arguably the next best fight after the championship bout: Ellenberger vs. Koscheck. I think that these two will put on a show for the fans and earn their $50,000 bonus after the fight.

Performance of the Night:

The reason I do not think the Rousey vs. Zingano fight will win Fight of the Night is because I believe Rousey will end this one early with one of her famous arm bars and earn her a Performance of the Night bonus.

My other Performance of the Night goes to Gleison Tibau who is taking on Tony Ferguson. A lot of people will be picking Ferguson in this one and that is exactly why I think Tibau gets the bonus. Tibau is on a three-fight win streak and I think he gets number four with an impressive submission on Saturday night.

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Jeremy Klump
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Jeremy Klump is a Sport Media major at Ithaca College and has been writing about Mixed Martial Arts for over a year now. He interned at MVC Sports Management and AMA Fight Club. While interning at MVC and AMA, Jeremy found out that he had a true passion for writing about Mixed Martial Arts. He has interviewed and wrote articles on top UFC fighters while also having knowledge of regional fighters and the top new comers. He looks to grow as a writer and expand his knowledge of Mixed Martial Arts while being a proud member of The MMA Corner team.