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Ronda Rousey vs Miesha Tate 2 UFC 168 results: Full fight updates, LIVE online round-by-round PPV stream

Did Ronda Rousey or her arch rival Miesha Tate win last night (Sat., Dec. 28, 2013) in UFC 168 co-main event from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada? MMAmania.com will deliver LIVE stream round-by-round full-fight blog coverage of the five-round women's Bantamweight championship rematch on pay-per-view (PPV) that pits female coaches from The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) 18 against each other with the winner earning mixed martial arts (MMA) bragging rights in 2014 and beyond. Be sure to check back often (full match results are below) for latest updates to find out who won the grudge match between two of the top 135-pound female fighters alive today, Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate, at UFC 168.

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Tate: Rousey Ornery, But Not One-Trick Pony

Miesha Tate, reluctantly, showers bitter rival Ronda Rousey with rare compliments.

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Tate Would Fight Rousey 100 More Times

But, do fight fans want to see even one more (lopsided) match up?

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'Cyborg' Warns Rousey 'I'm Coming To Get You'

"Cyborg" is still angling for the bout with Ronda Rousey ...

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Statistics show Rousey's dominance over Tate

Do not be fooled by the lack of a first round finish. This was utter and complete domination.

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Apologize! Rousey Explains Tate Handshake Diss

Peace out, Miesha, don't let the door hit ya' where the good lord split ya' ...

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UFC Lucky To Have Rousey With GSP And Silva Gone

In this brave new mixed martial arts (MMA) world no longer ruled over by old gods Georges St. Pierre and Anderson Silva, UFC is going to need new superstars. Luckily, it may have a dazzling -- if not always friendly -- one on its hands with Ronda Rousey. Find out why Rousey's unsportsmanlike snubbing of Miesha Tate was the best thing she possibly could have done to help make herself an even bigger star.

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Breakdown! Rousey Claims Tate's Arm … Again

Ronda Rousey sought to settle her long-standing feud with Miesha Tate last night (Dec. 28, 2013) at UFC 168 from Las Vegas, Nevada. It wasn't as easy as her previous bouts, but ultimately Rousey got the finish she was looking for. Read our breakdown of Rousey's "Fight of the Night"-winning victory below!

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UFC 168 bonuses: Rousey armbar banks $150K

Mo money, mo problems...

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SUBMISSION! Watch Rousey armbar Tate once more

In case you missed the action live, check out a look at the highlights of Ronda Rousey vs. Miesha Tate from UFC 168 right here!

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Ronda Rousey armbars Miesha Tate once again

Ronda Rousey by armbar. Was there ever any doubt?

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Rousey vs. Tate 2, Round 3

Rousey was still an aggressive killer into the third, pushing the pace right from the get go. She put Tate against the fence and they worked a clinch early.

Then, finally, Rousey worked her way down to yet another armbar. That was all she wrote. This time Tate tapped and gave Rousey the victory.

For everything you need to know on "Rousey vs. Tate 2" click here, and for complete UFC 168 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Rousey vs. Tate 2, Round 2

For the first time in her career, Rousey went into the second frame of a professional fight. She looked tired, but not out of it.

Rousey came out firing punches but largely missed. She did earn a trip takedown soon thereafter, but Tate hit kicks from the bottom that looked devastating. They got back up but once again, Rousey hit a big takedown.

That judo is unstoppable.

They slowed down quite a bit into the second by clinching up against the fence and laying punches on each other. Rousey earned another takedown but Tate worked for an armbar. She couldn't get it, though, and Ronda worked for her patented submission.

She couldn't get it the first time but she did get it the second time.

But Tate got out.

Rousey found a neck crank with her legs then and worked a choke with her calves. Still, Tate survived and they would go to a third round.

For everything you need to know on "Rousey vs. Tate 2" click here, and for complete UFC 168 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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Rousey vs. Tate 2, Round 1

The two rushed to the center and started wildly exchanging punches. No one got the better of it before a clinch led to a takedown that didn't last long at all. Rousey had Tate pushed up against the fence unloading punches while looking for her chance to get the fight down to the floor.

Then, she separated and threw a front kick.

Wow.

Shortly after, Tate threw a quick that Ronda caught and took her down on. She didn't follow her down, instead throwing blows from the top. Surprisingly, "Cupcake" earned a takedown of her own and ended up in Rousey's guard.

There, "Rowdy" worked for a submission, namely a triangle. She got there, too, but Tate gotout and they went back to standing.

It was there that things got crazy again, both fighters swinging for the fences. Tate landed some big shots, but Rousey took the best of them before scoring another takedown and getting into full mount. She rolled over for the back, then the arm, then Tate reversed on top.

They went back to standing, but there were few punches this time. Instead, Rousey executed a huge judo throw. She couldn't get anything with it, though, and let Tate back up.

This is nuts.

Tate survived and Rousey would go to the second round for the first time in her career.

For everything you need to know on "Rousey vs. Tate 2" click here, and for complete UFC 168 results and blow-by-blow coverage of all the night's action click here.

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