By now, most people know who “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey is, as she is an undefeated superstar who also happens to be the reigning UFC women’s bantamweight champion. She is also a fledgling movie star, as well as a best-selling author, and it seems as if the sky is the limit for the former Olympian.

With a decorated background in Judo, the “Rowdy” one has also seen great success in her mixed martial arts (MMA) career, especially in the UFC, as she has absolutely run through everyone put in front of her inside of the Octagon.

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Most recently destroying Bethe Correia in just thirty seconds, Rousey has also taken out Cat Zingano, and Alexis Davis both in under a minute, as well as Sara McMann in just over a minute. We also can’t forget about her finishes of Miesha Tate, and Liz Carmouche as well early on in her UFC career.

Clearly one of the most dominant fighters on the planet, it’s interesting to look at where Rousey’s fighting career began. She started out in 2010, competing in a promotion known as Combat Fight League, and she took on Hayden Munoz in her first amateur debut.

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Coming as no surprise, Rousey wasted little time, sinking in her signature arm bar at just 23-seconds of the very first-round to secure her first victory ever.

Relive Rousey’s first bout above courtesy of Combat Fight League.