The show, which features the likes of Jessamyn Duke and Raquel Pennington, has been a major success thanks the rivalry between Miesha Tate and Ronda Rousey.
As for Duke, she was pleased with the back-and-forth war between Roxanne Modafferi and Jessica Rakoczy, which ended with a victory for Team Rousey.
"Fight time came and I thought it was a good, competitive bout. Roxanne won the first round with her grappling and positions. She did get reversed at one point and took some damage, but she still took the round," Duke said. "On the other hand, Jessica is extremely explosive and strong, so Roxanne had a hard time holding her down to do any real harm.
"At one point, she had her in a really tight armbar. I think because Jessica was such a handful, Roxanne tired out a little bit in the first round. You could see she was a little gassed in between rounds."
Duke said Rakoczy's boxing game was the key to victory.
"Jessica’s speed and accuracy with her punches were the key to her win. Roxanne threw a spinning back fist which she side-stepped and countered hard in the blink of an eye," Duke said. "At one point, Jessica got back on her feet and was adjusting her shorts while avoiding punches to her head. That’s how quick she is. She was still fresh, and Roxanne was definitely getting a little winded.
"The refereeing in that fight was some of the strangest I had ever seen. The way he stopped Jessica in the middle of striking Roxanne and screamed in her face was weird. We thought she was hitting Roxanne in the back of the head. He pulled her off to the side and talked to her, but didn’t take a point."
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