The UFC’s first ‘Primetime’ series of 2013 will focus on February’s historic UFC 157 main event between Ronda Rousey and Liz Carmouche.

Being that this will be the first ever female fight in the UFC it’s fitting that it’s been given this opportunity, and it’s a perfect opportunity to take advantage of Rousey’s growing popularity and crossover appeal.

It’s also a chance to build a compelling case for why fans should be interested in Carmouche as a challenger.

The first episode of the three-part fly-on-the-wall style series will premiere on Fuel TV on Friday, February 8th at 9pm with FX running a replay at 11am on the Saturday morning and again at 2am on Sunday.

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  1. He WHO watches this fight is in for some excitement. Liz Carmouche better be CARESful of Rousey’s Judo. I MEAN, WHO can match her skill in the competitive women’s division??!!! This fight is gonna be REALLY historical for the sport of mma. This fight should FUCKIN be priced double for the fans due to its significance. I would definitely pay the price without a CARES in the world for this one.