MMA legend and actress Gina Carano could return to where she was once widely known, possibly thanks Ronda Rousey if it ever happens Carano, who has overcome many adversities since 2020 and managed to make a great film this year despite the mass cancellation of opportunities thanks to the “canceling culture” on social media, was first known for her mixed martial arts career. It’s safe to say that Carano was the first household name in women’s MMA.
Carano made her MMA debut in 2006 and quickly retired in 2009 with 8 fights to pursue an acting career. Carano has had an amazing tenure in the form of films like Deadpool, Furious 6, Terror on the Prairie and many more. Carano only retired after losing to the next face of women’s MMA that was Kris Cyborgafter that, when the UFC started incorporating women’s MMA into their business, Ronda Rousey took that status from Cyborg and also became MMA’s first female megastar.
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Gina Carano is open to a fight with Ronda Rousey, but first she would expand her resume in the entertainment industry
Not long ago, Rosey, currently a WWE Superstar and former UFC Bantamweight Champion as well as the first-ever female UFC Hall of Famer, hopped onto a podcast to do an interview with the WWE Hall of Famer and Olympic gold medalist admit. Kurt Winkel. There Rousey confessed that Carano is her role model and also said that without Gina Carano she would not have been in MMA and that Carano would be the only person she would still be interested in competing in MMA.
In a special segment of Fox News Live entitled Unfiltered w/ Dan Bongino, Carano responded to the respectful challenge and said “You know what? Just never let it get past me. It could happen,” says a smiling Carano.
What do you think of this answer from Carano? Do you think Rousey will get the Carano fight sooner or later? Who did you see fights with first, Rousey or Carano? Finally, where do you place these women among the pioneers of women’s MMA? Rousey had a record of most title defenses in women’s MMA history that lasted for seven years before it was broken by the UFC flyweight champion Valentina Shevchenko.
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