“She’s the whole thing for women’s MMA. I know there are some girls who don’t get along with her but, at the end of the day, when they put their heads down at night they’ve got to be grateful. Saying that, there are some other girls that aren’t too far behind. I think that Miesha Tate has done a great job and Gina Carano has a place in it all. But Ronda is the one coming out and making things happen. She’s the one who said this is a fight and we can be ladylike after it’s over. She’s been refreshing, compelling and entertaining.”
In a recent interview with UFC World Podcast (Via FOX Sports), Chael Sonnen talked about the UFC’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.