Strikeforce women's champion Ronda Rousey (5-0) has become the buzz of the MMA world with her recent  submission win over former Strikeforce bantamweight champion Miesha Tate. I couldn't turn away from her pre-fight rants and trash talking. She has become the face of women's MMA and the female version of Chael Sonnen.

And with a comparison to Sonnen, it's only right to have her fight the female equivalent to Sonnen's next opponent -- Anderson Silva. That is Cristiane "Cyborg" Santos (10-1-1), the best pound-for-pound women's fighter in the world.


The only hold-up in this fight is that Santos is serving a year-long suspension after testing positive for an anabolic steroid. She isn't due back in the cage until early 2013, so a fight around this time next year would work. A bout of this magnitude would only elevate women's MMA even more in the eyes of hardcore fans.

Here are some of the comparisons between Cyborg and Silva, and the comparisons of Rousey and  Sonnen.

Cyborg and Silva both started their fighting careers at the Chute Boxe Academy. They are both Brazilians and are considered the best pound-for-pound fighters in the world. Both haven't lost a fight in more than six years.

Rousey and Sonnen both have Olympic ties; Rousey competed at the Olympics and Sonnen was an Olympic alternate. They are both from the West Coast, and they display lots of charisma in front of the camera. Both are considered by many to be the best in MMA at promoting and selling a fight. I thought no one could play a heel (bad guy) like Sonnen, until I heard Rousey before and after the Tate fight.

A Rousey vs. Santos title fight, along with maybe a men's title fight, could easily be a pay-per-view card for Strikeforce.

But first, Rousey would first need to submit her next opponent, Sarah Kaufman.

With a 1-year suspension, Cyborg has plenty of time to come down in weight.

Who would like to see Rousey take on Cyborg for the Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight championship belt?