UFC superstar Ronda Rousey is only 26 years old and hasnâ€™t seen action in the cage more than ten times including amateur fights. However, the brash bantamweight champion feels confident she can continue to find the same success sheâ€™s experienced thus far in her career.
The 6-0 Rousey was recently interviewed by the UFC and let it be known she plans on taking out Liz Carmouche this weekend at UFC 157 and â€œeveryone else that comes after her.â€
â€œOf course Iâ€™m gonna beat Liz Carmoucheâ€¦ and everyone that comes after her. Iâ€™m going to retire undefeated and thereâ€™s not anything these girls can do about it. They can try. Theyâ€™re welcome to try, but itâ€™s just not happening.â€
â€œSheâ€™s a legit fighter. If it wasnâ€™t for one tiny little mistake she would have been the Strikeforce champion. She was dominating Marloes Coenen for like four rounds and got caught at the end, Chael Sonnen-style. If you almost choke somebody and they stand you up, they can take a breath and theyâ€™re fine again. You throw on somebody flat on their back, thatâ€™s still subjective. But if you break somebodyâ€™s arm, itâ€™s broken â€“ thatâ€™s not subjective. You can get the referee to stand her up again but sheâ€™s gotta fight the rest of the fight with one arm.â€
The full interview with Rousey can be seen below:
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