“If I’m coaching against Ronda Rousey, I don’t know what to say to Tate or anyone going into that fight.”
“Piss her off. Piss her off like Bethe did and hope that she abandons the grappling. Then she’ll just stand with you which means you’ll have a better chance, even though it might not be the greatest chance, you have a better chance in the standup than you would grappling with her. That’s my approach as a coach.”
That’s what UFC light heavyweight champion Daniel Cormer told Steve Austin on his podcast. He thinks the best way to beat Rousey is to get her mad, but not too mad, and then hope for the best on the feet.
Doesn’t sound like a very confident strategy.
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