Donda is not the only one in the media making predictions for Rousey.
The UFC bantamweight champion is also getting a taste of the hype in a way she’s not used to.
In an interview with NBC’s Today show, Rousey revealed she plans to have a few more fights in her career.
Rousey said she’ll return to the octagon for the first time in nine months on Aug. 28 against Holly Holm in Las Vegas.
“I want to get back in there, I’m ready to do it,” Rousey told Today.
“The fight with Holly is the fight I’m waiting for. “
That fight is not happening in the next couple of weeks. “
The fight with Holly is the fight I’m waiting for.
That fight is not happening in the next couple of weeks.
I’m not worried. “
I have a lot of fights to get ready for and I’m going to do everything I can to get my best shot.
I’m not worried.
I’ll be ready to go.”
Rousey also said she will be the first woman in UFC history to earn three straight wins against Holm.
She’s not the first fighter to say she wants to go one-on-one with the reigning women’s bantamweights, but she’s the first to say it will be against a world-class fighter.
“You know I’m a very competitive fighter,” Rouseies first title defense said.
“A lot of guys are like, ‘You know, this is why you need to go up against them.
You can’t beat them.’
Well, I say, ‘I’m not going to beat them, because I’ve got my feet on the ground and I’ve been in the Octagon a long time.
I’ve trained hard.’
I’ve beaten some pretty good fighters.
I just say, you know, ‘OK, I’ll go up and beat you, and you’re not going down.'”