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Soon Ladies Night may take on a new meaning. According to Sports Illustrated Online UFC President Dana White is working on a female UFC division. It's all thanks to the dominate MMA fighter Ronda Rousey. White says it was Rousey that forced the idea. From SI.com:

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"...Rousey, 25, who has beaten each of her nine opponents -- three amateur, six professional -- with a devastating armbar in the first round. Only one opponent, wrestling specialist Miesha Tate, endured longer than one minute in the cage with the Strikeforce bantamweight title holder and 2008 bronze medalist in judo."

There is no time frame for the woman's UFC division but White says he is committed to it.