The UFC is hosting its first event outside of the United States in London on January 22, 2019, but one of the biggest surprises is that UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is set to compete in the event.
Ahead of the event, the UFC was looking to showcase the talent in its women’s division, but Rousey has always been one of its biggest stars.
She is one of just six fighters to win multiple UFC women of the year awards.
She has been the UFC champion in each of the last four years.
Rousey has long been a fan favorite, with the champion regularly taking the fight to the outside of her division and making her opponents pay for it.
She was also the first fighter in UFC history to be crowned the strawweight champion in the division.
In an interview with MMA Fighting, Rousey discussed how she is preparing for her fight against Holly Holm, as well as her upcoming fight with champion Amanda Nunes.
Here are some of the highlights of the interview, via Bloody Elbow:I’m a fighter who likes to fight.
And I love to fight, so I’m really excited about that fight.
The way Holly Holms is going to defend, she’s really good at what she does.
And Ronda has a great chance to win.
The best way to fight is to have a good mental game.
I have the best mental game, I’ve been doing this since I was 13, 14 years old, and I think I’m still developing.
I know the best way I can beat her is to mentally beat her.
I think I’ve done a good job of getting my mind right.
I’m ready to go.
I think this is going be a great fight.
I want to give Ronda some credit.
She’s got the best mind and her mind is just so sharp and she knows what she’s doing, she knows the game.
She wants to fight me, and if she’s going to fight in London, I’m sure she’s gonna have the perfect mind for the fight.
Ronda Rouseys new nickname, Ronda’s Fights , was first announced by her manager, Rich Franklin, in October of 2017.
She used the nickname to promote her UFC 194 fight with Jessica Andrade.