Try this on for a little perspective: We’re three years and change into the UFC’s experiment with women’s MMA, and on the biggest fight weekend of the year, it’s the women who end up headlining back-to-back fight cards – all without Ronda Rousey , the one who got us here. Strange, right? Or is it a sign that women’s MMA has worked out as well as it possibly could have for the UFC, which started a one-woman show and ended up with a kick-ass traveling band? Joanna Jedrezejczyk Start with Friday night’s TUF 23 Finale. In the main event, Joanna Jedrzejczyk , the charismatic UFC women’s strawweight champion, battled her way to a third consecutive successful title defense after probably the toughest test of her career in a rematch with Claudia Gadelha

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How did UFC’s women’s divisions go from one-woman show to dueling main events? – MMA Junkie

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