It took Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey less then a minute to secure her patented armbar and submit former champion Sarah Kaufman at the Valley View Casino Center in San Diego, California. It's Rousey's six first round stoppage via armbar, which is pretty amazing considering that her opponents know exactly what she's going to do and yet they are still unable to stop her.
After the fight, Rousey wasted even less time to call out former Strikeforce Women's Featherweight Champion Cristiana "Cyborg" Santos. That would be an interesting fight to watch, as Cyborg, who only suffered one loss early in her career, has literally demolished most of her competition as easily as Rousey lands a submission. There's only two problems with the potential fight. One, Cyborg is still on suspension right now for testing positive for stanozolol. And two, the normally ripped Cyborg fights at 145 pounds, and it's doubtful that she can actually make the 135-pound weight limit where Rousey is champion.
An exciting fighter to watch both in and out of the cage, it'll be interesting to see what Strikeforce does next with Rousey. So far, she's proven to be far superior to everyone else in her division. Whatever they do, I'm curious to see just how long she can continue her streak of first-round armbar submissions before someone can finally break that trend.