- Despite UFC announcers saying that Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey has cleaned out her division, the champion still sees a few challenges ahead of her.
"I was really impressed with Holly Holm tonight. She's a world champ boxer and I want to see how I stand against some of that caliber. And she showed good take down defense. There's also some history with Bethe Correia," Rousey said."
Holm, who also won at UFC 184, is a former pro boxer who was once nominated for an ESPY in the "Best Fighter" category. Correia is riding a three-fight UFC winning streak in addition to her undefeated record, and defeated two of Rousey's training partners in Jessamyn Duke and Shayna Baszler.
- After weeks of denying PED use, former UFC Middleweight Champion Anderson Silva is set to admit that he used PED's to help heal his broken leg.
Silva tested positive for several banned substances ahead of and following his UFC 183 main event with Nick Diaz. His failures contributed to the UFC making moves to revamping their drug testing policy.
Silva is currently under temporary suspension by the Nevada State Athletic Commission. He'll receive further disciplinary action when the Commission meets later this month.
- UFC 184 was a successful event locally, bringing in an attendance of 17,654 and a live gate of $2,675,000. Ronda Rousey also did over 1 million Google searches for the night, a huge number.
- Despite being in different promotions, the Quinton "Rampage" Jackson and King Mo feud continues. After Mo defeated Rampage's teammate Cheick Kongo, Rampage criticized his method of victory on Twitter.
King Mo is a lil b---h,don't know why any promoter will pay him to fight. Keep your head up @kongo4real I know how it is 2 fight a coward.— Quinton Jackson (@Rampage4real) February 28, 2015