Ronda Rousey's Boyfriend Reacts To Her Knockout (Video), Dana White Doubts GSP Return, Gina Carano

- The main event of UFC 193 shocked fans and fighters around the world, perhaps none more than Ronda Rousey's boyfriend Travis Browne. The UFC had a camera on Browne and Rousey's sister who reacted to Rousey's knockout loss. Browne sat, stunned as Rousey was knocked out by a Holly Holm head kick. Holm's family was also shown reacting to the upset. You can see a video of the reactions above.

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- We mentioned recently that boxing coach Freddie Roach said that Georges St-Pierre will go through a six week training camp before deciding on a possible return to mixed martial arts. UFC President Dana White, however, told the LA Times that he doesn't think it will happen.

"I highly doubt it's going to happen because GSP's been off for too long and has a ton of money," White said. "You don't do a six-week camp to learn if you have the hunger. You either know it or not. You're either hungry and an animal or you're not. I love Georges St-Pierre, amazing athlete, but comeback talk? I laugh at it. To be a world champion, you have to be hungry. That's not GSP. Not even close."

- We have a trailer of Gina Carano's newest film, Extraction. She stars alongside Bruce Willis and Kellen Lutz in the thriller, which releases on December 18th in theaters and VOD. This is Carano's seventh film since leaving mixed martial arts in 2009. You can check out the action-packed trailer below.