I'm not a fan of Rousey. I think she's gets to ride a wave of wins over less skilled competition and called amazing and great. However, it's not her fault. She's just highly skilled above a bunch of less skilled opponents. Women's MMA is in it's infancy. It's where men's MMA was years ago. It's still in the 1st generation where you have women who are coming from a single discipline such as wrestling, judo, or whatever else. You aren't even in the 2nd generation where you have fighters that are good at 2 skill sets. 2nd generation male MMA fighters are like Matt Hughes who had a great submission and wrestling game but lacked a great striking game. Someone like GSP really is one of the first 1st 3rd generation who had it all, great striking, ground game, and wrestling. Still, there aren't a ton of male MMA fighters who are 3rd generation. Ironically, Fedor had a all a long time ago. Against Ronda you've got young fighters who haven't really beaten a lot of great women fighters (partially because there aren't a lot to beat), or older ones like Cat Zingano (33yo) and Sara (34 yo) both getting to the end of their MMA careers on top. Ronda's 28 which is similar in age but a year in MMA can be a huge difference. Look how quickly Liddell went downhill once his chin failed him. So, Ronda isn't beating cans, she's just not beating the toughest competition ever, she's just beating what's available and it's thin. All there really left is for Rousey is Cyborg and she will be a heavy favorite over Cyborg. There really isn't anyone else left (perhaps Holly Holm in awhile but she isn't ready now). So, it's not like there's tons of un-tapped women's MMA fighters that are out there that the UFC isn't hiring. There's just not enough womens MMA fighters in the world since women's MMA is relatively new in popularity and it's becoming worthwhile to do money-wise. You are just now starting to be a womens MMA fighter and make a living.