Ronda Rousey has spent barely any time in the cage in her last two UFC fights, dispensing with Alexis Davis and Cat Zingano in a combined total of 30 seconds. She's won every MMA fight she has ever faced in the women's division, and the number of opponents who could reasonably take her on seems to be dwindling. It's gotten to the point where sports betting website Bovada is setting 25-1 odds on Rousey to fight a male opponent before the end of 2016.
UFC announcer Joe Rogan has stated that he thinks Rousey "might be able to beat 50 percent" of UFC male bantamweight fighters, while UFC president Dana White said after her win over Zingano that he's been asking himself "What do I do with this girl? I keep joking saying she is going to have to fight men, but I am serious." The odds seem against it ever happening, but if it did, we imagine it would be one of the highest-rated fights in history.
After trading for LeSean McCoy and hiring Rex Ryan, the Buffalo Bills' bandwagon is filling up. Are "SportsNation's" hosts climbing aboard?
The Cowboys have franchised Dez Bryant and are likely to try to sign the wide receiver to a long-term deal. Bryant has been one of the finest receivers in the game for a while now, so it's no surprise that he was equally as impossible to cover in high school:
Playing against a player of Bryant's caliber in high school must not have been easy -- but hey, at least those players got a good story out of it.
Marcellus Wiley is in the new "Sharknado" movie. So, too, is Mark Cuban.
Die-hard fan Michelle Beadle, though? She's not. And she wants to change that.
After missing a pair of free throws late in the Cavaliers' 105-103 overtime loss to the Rockets on Sunday, LeBron James posted this introspective mirror selfie to Instagram:
What was running through LeBron's mind? SportsNation sparked a #LeBronMirrorThoughts trend to answer that question. Possibilities include:I still don't understand the color of #TheDress: