In 2015 we saw an emergence of women in the UFC. This emergence was led by Ronda Rousey. She was dominating the UFC's Bantamweight division. Like anyone else who burst on to the scene out of nowhere people were quickly jumping on the "Rousey Bandwagon."
Fans were claiming she was the best fighter ever. They even said that she could knockout unbeaten boxer Floyd Mayweather, mainly because a boxer wouldn't have a chance against her.
That all changed November 14 when Rousey climbed into the octagon with unknown Holly Holm. Holm ended up knocking Rousey out 59 seconds into the second round. Not only was Rousey embarrassed by the loss but her image as a dominant UFC fighter would be tarnished. Rousey will look for revenge when she gets her rematch sometime in 2016.