Heading into UFC 184 this past Saturday many believed that Cat Zingano would prove to be the toughest test of UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey’s career. But it took Rousey just 14 seconds to dispatch Zingano.

That’s right, 14 seconds.

Zingano came out aggressive, looking to land a flying knee, but she missed and Rousey caught her. During a brief scramble, Rousey laced up an armbar and the fight was over. It was the fastest submission in UFC championship fight history.

Simply put, Rousey’s dominance in the cage has been astounding. She is so much better than everyone else in the women’s bantamweight division it’s silly. The way it looks now, no one will be challenging Rousey for quite some time.

Just look at the current women’s bantamweight landscape.

Alexis Davis, #2 per FightMatrix.com

Davis challenged Rousey for that title at UFC 175 back in July of 2014. Rousey won by knockout in just 16 seconds.

Miesha Tate, #3 per FightMatrix.com

Tate has lost to Rousey twice now; first at Strikeforce: Tate vs. Rousey and then again at UFC 168. Tate is the only fighter to make it past the first round with Rousey, but she needs a few more wins before it would make sense to have a third bout.

Sarah Kaufman, #4 per FightMatrix.com

Kaufman challenged Rousey for her then Strikeforce women’s bantamweight title. Rousey won in just 54 seconds and was later promoted to UFC women’s bantamweight champion.

Cat Zingano, #5 per FightMatrix.com

Zingano just faced Rousey this weekend and became her fastest victim to date. It only took 14 seconds for Rousey to defeat her most recent opponent.

Jessica Eye, #6 per FightMatrix.com

Eye has yet to face Rousey, but she also hasn’t proven to be worthy of the opportunity. In her three Octagon appearances, Eye is just 1-1, with 1 no contest. Granted she is coming off of an impressive second round TKO win over Leslie Smith at UFC 180. But it takes more than one win to earn a shot at the best.

Sara McMann, #7 per FightMatrix.com

Like Rousey, McMann comes from an elite Olympic grappling background and when the two squared off at UFC 170 many expected to see Rousey tested. Instead, Rousey showed off a brutal clinch striking game as she TKO’d McMann with a vicious knee to the body just 66 seconds into the first round.

Holly Holm, #8 per FightMatrix.com

As one of the most decorated female boxers ever, Holm entered the UFC with high expectations and a lot of hype. But all of those expectations have put on hold following her UFC 184 debut performance. Holm came away with the victory, but she showed she still has a long way to go before she is a true contender.

Tonya Evinger, #9 per FightMatrix.com

Evinger is the only female fighter in the Top 10 who is not in the UFC and she may just be the most deserving for the next shot at Rousey’s title. Evinger has won six straight including her last three in Invicta FC. The problem is Evinger’s last three losses have all come at the hands of fighters who Rousey has destroyed; McMann once and Davis twice.

Bethe Correia, #10 per FightMatrix.com

Correia has yet to face Rousey, but she has defeated two of Rousey’s close friends and training partners; Shayna Baszler and Jessamyn Duke. Undefeated in her career at 9-0, Correia likely will be the recipient of the next title shot. But nothing on her tape should make you think she can compete with Rousey.

Five wins over fighters ranked #2 through #5 and six wins over fighters in the top 10 is impressive regardless of division and depth. Time and time again Rousey has proven that no woman is her equal in the cage and it’s doubtful anyone in the current top 10 will prove otherwise.

The only name out there with any real merit at this point is Cristiane “Cyborg” Justino. Justino is the current Invicta FC women’s featherweight champion and her dominance of women’s MMA at 145 is well known. After losing her pro debut, Justino has been unbeaten. Her striking and physicality are ferocious but there’s one little problem; she can’t make 135.

Unless Rousey decides to move up in weight – which is doubtful because the UFC doesn’t have a women’s bantamweight division – this fight is never going to happen. Justino simply can’t make the cut and Rousey has no reason to be accommodating.

No one at 135 in women’s MMA can beat her. Rousey’s continued dominance has established her legacy as the greatest female fighter of all-time. If she keeps building, evolving and dominating, she will go down as the most dominant fighter in MMA history regardless of gender.