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UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano
A poster or logo for UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano.
Promotion Ultimate Fighting Championship
Date February 28, 2015
Venue Staples Center
City Los Angeles, California
Event chronology
UFC Fight Night: Bigfoot vs. Mir UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano UFC 185: Pettis vs. dos Anjos

UFC 184: Rousey vs. Zingano is an upcoming mixed martial arts event that will be held on February 28, 2015 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, California.[1]


1 Background
2 Official fight card
3 See also
4 References


A UFC Middleweight Championship bout between Chris Weidman and Vitor Belfort was expected to serve as the event headliner. The much delayed pairing was previously scheduled to take place at UFC 173 and also at UFC 181. However, on January 30, the UFC announced that Weidman had pulled out of the bout, citing an injury he sustained in training.[2] Subsequently, a UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship bout between current champion Ronda Rousey and top contender Cat Zingano was promoted to the main event.[1] Belfort was offered an interim title fight first against Lyoto Machida and then Gegard Mousasi as a replacement for Weidman, but he declined and stated that he would only fight for the full title.[3][4][5]

Neil Magny was briefly linked to a bout with Josh Koscheck at the event.[6] However, Magny was pulled from the fight in favor of a bout with Kiichi Kunimoto at UFC Fight Night 60. Koscheck is now expected to face Jake Ellenberger.[7]

A bout between touted newcomer Holly Holm and Raquel Pennington, originally booked for UFC 181 and ultimately scrapped due to Holm being injured, will serve as the co-headliner.[8][9]

Mark Muñoz was very briefly scheduled to a bout with Caio Magalhães at the event.[10] However, shortly after the bout was announced by the UFC, Magalhães indicated that he would not be able to compete at the event due to a lingering infection after recent dental surgery, which would require additional surgery.[11] Muñoz is expected to stay on the card against returning UFC veteran Roan Carneiro.[12][9]

A heavyweight bout between Frank Mir and Antonio Silva, originally scheduled for the main card, was moved up a week and served as the event headliner for UFC Fight Night 61.[13]

Ronaldo Souza was expected to face Yoel Romero at this event. However on January 15, Souza was forced to withdraw from the bout with pneumonia. The pairing was left intact and the fight rescheduled for UFC on Fox 15.[14][15]

Yancy Medeiros was slated to face Tony Ferguson at this event, but an injured foot forced him out of the bout. On the same day, Gleison Tibau was announced as his replacement.[16]
Official fight card
Main Card
Weight class Method Round Time Notes
Women’s Bantamweight Ronda Rousey (c) vs. Cat Zingano [a]
Women’s Bantamweight Raquel Pennington vs. Holly Holm
Welterweight Jake Ellenberger vs. Josh Koscheck
Welterweight Alan Jouban vs. Richard Walsh
Lightweight Tony Ferguson vs. Gleison Tibau
Preliminary Card (Fox Sports 1)
Middleweight Mark Muñoz vs. Roan Carneiro
Bantamweight Roman Salazar vs. Norifumi Yamamoto
Welterweight Dhiego Lima vs. Tim Means
Heavyweight Derrick Lewis vs. Ruan Potts
Preliminary Card (UFC Fight Pass)
Lightweight James Krause vs. Valmir Lazaro
Featherweight Masio Fullen vs. Alexander Torres

For the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship.

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