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In November 2012, she made history and became the first woman to sign a contract with the UFC and the first UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion. Rousey is the top pound-for-pound female MMA fighter in the world, according to MMARising, MMAWeekly and numerous other sources. She had the most nominations at the 2012 World MMA Awards and received the highly coveted title of 2012 Female Fighter of the Year. Her stunning looks, outgoing personality and long list athletic accolades have captured the attention of the mainstream media and thousands of fans.
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Matt “The Terror” Serra, known for winning several martial arts championships and his winning personality, shows his fighter spirit in his aggressive fighting style. Being a former UFC Welterweight Champion and an ADCC Submission Wrestling World Championship Silver Medalist, Matt is no stranger to the world of fighting. Matt began his martial arts training at an early age through his father, who had been a lifelong marital artist as well as his hero. Before fighting for the UFC, Matt and his brother Nick ran two Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu schools at local strip malls in New York. He since then has moved them to bigger and better locations. He also trains with Ray Longo and trains fighters such as George Sotispoulos, Pete Sell, Al Iaquinta and Luke Cummo. They fight under the Serra and Longo Competition Team, while at the same time Matt continued to earn his wins in several competitions. Being a dedicated fan of UFC since UFC1, fighting for the UFC means the world to him. After becoming a part of the UFC organization, Matt later became a participant in The Ultimate Fighter 4: The Comeback on SpikeTV, defeating Pete Spratt and Shonie Carter to reach the finals. Who can forget the famous upset with Georges St-Pierre that year? He currently lives in New York with his family, and continues to show his passion in the martial arts in his schools and training.
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Dan “The Outlaw” Hardy, who started martial arts as a kid to be like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, began training for competitive fighting in 2002 after 14 years of traditional marital arts. He joined the UFC in 2008 and made his debut at UFC 89, winning by split decision. Starting his training at the age of six in Taekwondo, he progressed to black belt, trained through different styles, and even had the opportunity to train with the Shaolin monks in China. As he began to cross-train, he realized the importance of grapping skills in MMA, which had soon earned him the titles of Cage Warriors Welterweight World Title, current Light Welterweight Champion, and UK Storm British Champion. Hardy trains out of various places such as Rough House Gym, Suffer, Robert Drysdale’s, as well as adding Bikram Yoga to keep him strong and flexible. In his spare time he enjoys classical cars, hardcore and punk music, and videogames. Family is important to this dedicated fighter, stating that his heroes are within his family.
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Mark was born February 9, 1978 on a US Military Base in Yokouska, Japan to Filipino parents Imelda Kenery of Santa Ana, Manila, Philippines and Rodolfo Munoz from Pasay City, Philippines. At the age of 2, Mark and his family relocated to the US and settled in the city of Vallejo, California. Mark’s love of athletics began at a very young age, his main focus being football. However, when he was a sophomore in high school, he incurred an injury that prevented him from playing the sport that he loved so dearly. So he turned to wrestling and the rest is history… After a year off from fighting, Mark would return to the Octagon and earn a “decisive” unanimous decision win against Tim Boetsch in UFC 162. Since his start in MMA, Mark has compiled a record of 13-3.
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