UFC 170 'Fight Motion' video: Watch 'Rousey vs. McMann' highlights in super-slow motion

UFC 170: "Rousey vs. McMann" had some moments that are best viewed in super-slow motion. Check them out in the "Fight Motion" video -- also known as the "Phantom Cam" -- in the video above.

UFC 170: "Rousey vs. McMann" went down at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on Feb. 22, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada, featuring a main event that ended with Ronda Rousey defending her Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight title against Sara McMann via vicious body blow.

Watch the highlights.

The co-headlining attraction saw top light heavyweight contender Daniel Cormier blitz through Octagon newcomer Patrick Cummins (video), while Rory MacDonald earned a unanimous decision over jiu-jitsu ace Demian Maia not long before Mike Pyle knocked out T.J. Waldburger.

Even if you watched it live, you'll probably want to check out the some of the action courtesy of UFC's "Fight Motion" replay.

It slows down key highlights from the mixed martial arts (MMA) extravaganza, giving fans a chance to see what really happens when some of those vicious blows find their mark. Just watching Alexis Davis' facial expression change after eating a two-punch combination from Jessica Eye was worth the price of admission.

Enjoy!

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