If there's been one driving force behind this tidal wave of women's mixed martial arts (MMA) in the past three years, it would have to be Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.
In response, Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is now is recognizing her influence on current fighters and aspiring ones alike, with a new #RouseyRevolution campaign that aims to highlight the fight skills and talents of her fans worldwide.
Even if "Rowdy" has several detractors within the company who don't feel she is the ideal role model.
Nonetheless, before Rousey returns to defend her 135-pound belt against Holly Holm at UFC 193, which goes down on Nov. 14, 2015, the promotion will release four videos that display the incredible talents of girls who are already demonstrating "Rousey-like" skills.
The first to be featured is eight-year-old Evnika Saadvakass, who looks like she could already do some serious damage. If she looks familiar, she should. We first showed you her skills back in September. Zero surprise that this Russian kid trains by pounding on felled trees -- this is a civilization that trains fighters by pairing them with bears.
Compare how she stacks up against "Rowdy:"