Ronda Rousey is distraught at Bethe Correia.
You may not have noticed immediately, since Rousey is by all accounts distraught at everybody constantly, except the ladies’ bantamweight champion has said UFC 190 is close to home for her. She demands she’ll show Correia a lesson when the two contenders meet Saturday in the headliner of a generally dreary PPV card.
“I’m not going to be decent to this chick,” Rousey said not long ago, per MailOnline’s Justin Feck. “She is going to have a long excruciating lesson that night. I’ve never anticipated pummeling somebody all the more in all my years. This is the main time I will say I will deliberately drag a battle out to rebuff somebody.”
In this way, no doubt, that is disturbing.
Rousey has commanded the UFC ladies’ 135-pound division with such amazing preference since her landing in 2013 that it’s hard to envision her all of a sudden discovering an additional apparatus. In addition to other things, she’s breezed to 5-0 in the Octagon (10-0 general), turn out to be seemingly the UFC’s greatest star, distributed her life account at age 28 and dispatched her last three adversaries in 14, 16 and 66 seconds, separately.
On the off chance that she’s secretly been relaxing on everyone this entire time, well, that is insane.
Ronda Rousey goes head to head with Bethe Correia.
Things being what they are, what to make of this claim that the champion has some brutal and uncommon discipline arrangements for Correia? Is it all only a promoting contrivance? Perhaps.
Rousey knows she’s the overwhelming favorite in this battle and that her late sessions have experienced harsh criticism for being so short they were scarcely justified regardless of the cost of affirmation. Maybe she realizes that promising a broadened beatdown is the best conceivable deals pitch for UFC 190.
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