Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight queen Ronda Rousey is all the rage these days, with "Rowdy" promoting her new book "My Fight/Your Fight," being named the world's most dominant athlete, and earning the coveted spot on the Sports Illustrated cover.
Of course, nominating Rousey as the most dominant athlete alive is not some objective science, but rather an opinion.
So why not listen to a cohort of FOX Sports 1 analysts -- who know little to nothing about mixed martial arts (MMA) mind you -- discuss whether or not Rousey truly is the most dominant athlete alive!
Spoiler: They believe Rousey doesn't have the competition to be named the most dominant athlete, but then they go on to say that Floyd Mayweather doesn't dominate his opponents, so what do they know?
Look, winning two straight fights in under 30 seconds is nothing to scoff at. Sure, maybe Alexis Davis was thoroughly outmatched at UFC 175, but Cat Zingano?
Literally no one could have expected "Rowdy" to finish "Alpha" in a mere 14 seconds.
Then again, Floyd Mayweather Jr. has never lost a fight, LeBron James has made it to the NBA Finals in four straight seasons, and several Olympians deserve to be named as well.
Who do you think is the world's most dominant athlete?