Ronda Rousey Serves Floyd Mayweather an Ice Cold Glass of Ether on ESPY Red Carpet

No boxing gloves involved

Ronda Rousey has quickly become one of the biggest faces in sports. Not just women sports. Sports in general. The dominant UFC fighter has dominated her sport with such fervor and swiftness, that many believe she could inflict damage on fighters should she be allowed to square off against men in the near future.

The biggest face in men’s fighting–also, one of the biggest faces in sports–is Floyd Mayweather, and he’s previously been asked about Rousey. His response? Well, he acted as if he didn’t even know who that was.

Rousey, who dazzled on the ESPYs red carpet a few hours ago, was awarded a non-broadcasted award for Best Fighter. Floyd Mayweather was also nominated. When Rousey was asked for her comment, she delivered a knockout blow.

“I wonder how Floyd feels being beat by a woman for once.”

Not only was it a knock on Floyd pretending he’d never heard the name Ronda Rousey before, but it was a clear reference to Mayweather’s documented domestic abuse past, one that has hung a black cloud over his all-time great achievements, most notably his outlasting of Manny Pacquiao in one of the highest-profile fights in the history of boxing.

If Floyd were smart, he’d turn the other cheek. Right now, Ronda can’t lose.

ESPN Release the 2015 ESPY Nominations

ESPN has officially released all the nominees for the 2015 ESPY awards

The ESPY awards honor the best of the best from the year’s sports season, including notable awards like Best Male and Female Athlete, Best Championship Moment, Best Play, and Best Team. The megastars, such as LeBron James, Serena Williams, and Aaron Rodgers are accompanied by some new-comers, like Stephen Curry, Ronda Rousey, and Odell Beckham Jr. The show will be hosted by comedian Joel Mchale on July 15 at 8 pm ET, who has the tough task of following Drake’s 2014 performance as host and guest performer. Make sure to check out the whole list at espn.com.

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The Things We Learn in Sports This Week May 30-June 5

Another week has come and gone in world of sports and the focus of the week is simply cause and effect. What you put out into the world, you will receive back, good or bad.President of FIFA Sepp Blatter headlines that idea this week. Blatter was reelected and resigned within a week.  Seems like all that garbage he has put forth has finally started to sink. Guess he has to be fresh as hell while the feads watching. Blatter, Lebron James, and Cam Newton highlight this idea in week that was.