Despite her show of bravado and aim to thwart Rousey in the UFC 190, Ronda's unfortunate opponent Bethe Correia had no chance. It only took 34 seconds for Rowdy Rousey to beat her.
Though a thrilling match, it wasn't a first for Rousey who has thwarted an opponent in 14 seconds flat.
Whether Correia had any chance against her in the UFC 190 in Rio de Janeiro was pretty much settled as far as Rousey was concerned.
"Here's pretty much the plan," Rousey said. "I'm going to beat up Bethe, then I'm going to take a couple of weeks to rest, and then I'm going to go beat up Miesha, and then I'm going to go to like Thailand or wherever we decide to film (Mile 22) and prep for like a month, and then start filming for like eight to 10 weeks, and then go beat up the next chick.
"That's pretty much my plan."
Rousey put her belt on the line for the sixth time. "I'm interested in defending my title as many times as I need to before I feel like I'm done,” she said.
But Correia, the UFC underdog, strongly believed she could defeat Rousey.
“They’ve built her up to be this invincible fighter from the United States that no one is going to be able to beat,” the Brazilian challenger said. “I’m going to show that’s a farce, and I’m going to beat her.”
“I believe in myself,” Correia added. “I’m going to go in there and beat her. I think I can overcome all her strong points. Her weaknesses? I’m not even worried about that. I know what I need to do in there. She doesn’t trade punches. In 11 fights, she’s never really shown her boxing, so I’m going to go in there and box with her.”
Well, she didn't get much of a chance to box.
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