Ronda Rousey: “I got 99 problems but a Bethe ain’t one”

Ronda Rousey at Weigh In

Ronda Rousey
We haven’t seen the trash-talking version of Ronda Rousey since her second fight against Miesha Tate.

A fight in which she won decisively, backing up all her pre-fight banter during the fight’s lead up.

Now, two-fights removed from that Tate rematch, and Rousey is back and firing away at her opponent in any way, shape, or form.

From FOX Sports:

“I got 99 problems but a Bethe ain’t one,” Rousey said when taking a stab at saying Correia’s first name phonetically (Bethe is pronounced ‘Betch’).

“Women fighters are different in that women take things more personally,” Rousey said.  “The guys, after they’re done fighting, they’ll give each other hugs and a slap on the butt and everything like that and sometimes the girls, they’re still pissed off.  Nothing was resolved.  They didn’t solve anything

“The women are emotional in a way.  The instinct to fight in a woman is different.”

“When women fight, we’re programmed to fight to like protect our children,” Rousey said.  “Men fight a lot for pride or status, but women, their instinct to fight, it’s for survival and protection of their children.”

The two undefeated females will face off in the UFC 190 main event.