“She really has to nitpick to try and find weaknesses in my game. I mean, she has to tell herself something. If you think about it, her best performance ever was against Marloes Coenen to win the Strikeforce belt. Then I beat her very decisively and then she had an embarrassing and bad performance against Julie Kedzie where she got dropped and head kicked. She got dropped a couple of times. She was pretty much embarrassing and bad to the very end. And then in her UFC debut she lost and got dropped by an elbow by Cat Zingano. She was getting beat pretty badly. Then Cat Zignano hurt her knee. Miesha has a nice ass and she has an ongoing rivalry with me and that’s the only reason she was picked for this fight. The rivalry is why she is even around. It’s not because of her athletic merit. She really has to play that part of it up (rivalry) because that’s all she really has. She has to make it personal because you can’t make it an athletic rivaly because there really is no comparison. I’m an Olympic athlete and she’s a high school wrestler.”
Speaking with Jim Rome, UFC bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey breaks down her upcoming fight against Miesha Tate and doesn’t seem to impressed with her the second time around.
The two female’s will fight this weekend in the co-main event of UFC 168 in Las Vegas.