Ronda Rousey's UFC debut is upon us, ladies and gentlemen.
Love her or hate her, Rousey carries a certain aura, a mystique, with her, and fight fans have anxiously awaited her Octagon debut since it was announced in November 2012.
Her opponent at UFC 157, Liz Carmouche, is a solid bantamweight fighter, but few favor "The Girlilla" in this fight, and rightly so.
Rousey, a former Olympic bronze medalist in judo, is an absolute terror once the fight hits the mat. With literally a lifetime of practicing trips and armbars behind her, Rousey is as dangerous as anybody.
Her six-straight first-round armbar victories represents an absolutely bonkers statistic, but is Rousey the most dangerous submission artist in the UFC?
Let's check out the list.
Note: A fighter's overall success inside the cage is not indicative of his/her overall skill on the ground, so some sub-par fighters may appear on the list. We're looking only at who is the most dangerous once the fight hits the ground, so keep that in mind.
Note 2: We're talking about specialty inside the cage, not in professional grappling competition.