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Saturday, February 23, 2013

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<a href="http://www.latimes.com/sports/la-sp-ufc-rousey-carmouche-20130224,0,6630744.story" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Ronda Rousey demonstrates her serious pull in UFC circles</a>Los Angeles TimesRonda Rousey's pursuit of her dream career was fulfilled dramatically Saturday, the first female to ever win an Ultimate Fighting Championship bout doing so in nearly five full minutes of riveting action. Rousey survived a strong rear naked chokehold ...

<a href="http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/ufc/2013/02/24/ronda-rousey-changed-womens-mma-if-she-meant-to-or-not/1943941/" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">How Ronda Rousey changed women's MMA, whether she meant to or not</a>USA TODAY"I think that's why a lot of us have a problem with Ronda," Tate said just before her 2012 bout with Rousey. "I just don't think she sees the big

</embed> MyWikiBiz February 23 in history:

  • 1997: Dr. Ian Wilmut and his colleagues at the Roslin Institute, Edinburgh, Scotland, announced that they had succeeded in cloning a lamb called Dolly from the mammary gland of an adult sheep.
  • 1991: President George Bush announced that the ground assault to expel Iraqi forces from Kuwait during the Persian Gulf War had begun; in the Middle East, it was already February 24.
  • 1987: A supernova was detected in the relatively nearby Large Magellanic Cloud by an astronomer at Chile's Las Campanas Observatory; because it is so close (and actually visible to the naked eye), it became the object of intense study.
  • 1954: The first mass inoculation of children against poliomyelitis took place, in Pittsburgh, Pa., testing the vaccine developed by Jonas Salk.
  • 1848: John Quincy Adams, the former president of the United States, died at the U.S. Capitol, where he collapsed at his desk from a stroke; he had served in the House of Representatives since 1831.
  • 1836: During the Texas Revolution, Mexican general Antonio López de Santa Anna began his siege of the Alamo.