“I don’t know what Dana White’s plans are, but I respect his decision. He knows what he has to do. But the only thing I can say is I want to be the champion so bad. I know I would give Ronda a great fight. I’m capable of beating Ronda. I know that.”
“I’m one of the first women to sign with the UFC, I’m undefeated, and I have the right to ask for this opportunity,” she continued. “I want the title fight. I challenge Ronda Rousey to end my invincibility, because she won’t. I’m the one who will retire as the undefeated UFC champion. My dream is to fight for the title. I want to show the whole world that I’m the UFC champion.”
Undefeated bantamweight, Bethe Correia tells MMAFighting.com that if anyone’s going to leave the UFC ranks undefeated, it’s her, not Ronda Rousey.
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