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Friday, 02/21/2014, 12:08 pm

McMann Not Sold On Rousey’s Hands: ‘She Thinks She Can Beat Cain Too, So I Don’t Take It Serious’

Remember when Ronda Rousey said she could beat Cain Velasquez?

Well so does Sarah McMann.

Ronda was also quoted recently in stating that she believes she has the best striking in her division as well. And why not? Shouldn’t the champ be the best at everything?

Of course they should. And if they’re not, there’s nothing wrong with hyping your skills up before a title fight.

But it’s those types of comments that have Sarah questioning the legitimacy of Ronda’s actual skill set and she didn’t shy away when asked about Ronda’s assessment of herself.

Check it:

“She also said she thinks she can beat Cain Velasquez, so I don’t know. I don’t really take comments where people are assessing themselves very seriously.”

“I just always felt that I wanted to expand my striking on the way up, rather than be at the top. Bringing something in untested to a title fight is a dangerous thing to do, I think.”

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0 Comments to McMann Not Sold On Rousey’s Hands: ‘She Thinks She Can Beat Cain Too, So I Don’t Take It Serious’

  1. Joel Nunez Luis says:

    So mcmann is advising Ronda not to test her striking skills,what a nice opponent but since is a fight I would say that she don’t want anything to do with Ronda standup game,what did Miesha let mcmann know something about Ronda’s power I have the feeling that’s the reason why Miesha try to wrestle Ronda after she felt the punching power of Ronda,I can’t wait,,,,so at the end Ronda by KO

  2. Phil Asophical says:

    Rhonda didnt say she could just beat Cain, I am sure they didn’t think gracie could beat any heavyweights either it was a hypothetical question to which she answered.
    “”In any given moment, under the right circumstance, I think it is possible,” Rousey said

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