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Let's put it this way: if it was just armwrestling and not MMA, McMann would easily be the new champion
This pic frightens me...Imagine being locked in a cage and told THIS is your opponent:
I would simply remove all my clothing and prostrate myself before the goddess, in abject servitude......pleading for her to spare my miserable male life.....offering myself as a mere vassal, fit only for the pleasuring of her clitoral desires. *yes, I've been drinking heavily*
She doesn't even have to throw/take down her opponent to arm bar them. A flying arm bar is just as much a possibility.
2. Ronda is nastier, more aggressive and the more violent woman. She looks to finish her fights as quickly as possible, every single time. We haven't yet seen this kind of ruthlessness from Sara.
4. Size & brute strength. McMann is compact and extremely powerful, but Ronda is structurally bigger and a monster cutter @ 135. On fight night, she may have 4-5lbs on Sara. Also, Rousey appears to have a lot of underlying “gorilla strength” to back up her excellent technique. Picking up Tate's 140+ pound body like a rag doll is testament to that. Tate certainly did not have that kind of brute core and upper body power.
On paper, McMann needs to emulate someone like Johny Hendricks in his fights against Fitch and Kampmann, or Liddell vs Couture (II & III). Use her wrestling to keep the fight standing and at range, then strike first and strike hard with no mercy. Sounds easy enough, but a very tall order against someone the calibre of RRR.
That's a skillset thing. Ronda comes to MMA with finishes already in her game while Sara comes in with great wrestling and not a whole lot else. Wrestling doesn't finish fights, so she's learning finishing skills as she goes. Also, her demolition job on Gaff was about as ruthless as a wrestler can get. 'Course Gaff sucks, but it was very efficiently done.
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