Questions surround No. 1 contender Liz Carmouche tonight, as she readies to fight for the UFC women's championship at UFC 157.
Carmouche, a listed 7-to-1 underdog, is only given a puncher's chance by many in tonight's first female fight in UFC history.
Her abilities and success are both overshadowed by Ronda Rousey's. Rousey, an Olympic bronze medalist in judo and the first UFC women's champion, has won all six of her professional MMA bouts in the first round via armbar. That's a large reason why she's a 14-to-1 favorite heading into the bout.
Carmouche is one of the biggest underdogs to ever fight for a title in the UFC, and heading into tonight's historic main event, here are five questions we have for the challenger.