After Ronda’s fight against Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 in which Ronda lost miserably, Ronda couldn’t take the loss very well. After that fight got over with Ronda gave the ref some nasty looks and then she stormed out of the cage. She didn’t stay to give Amanda respect or answer questions from Joe Rogan.
In the video above is Dominick Cruz who lost the fight to Cody Garbrandt. Watch the video above, seriously. It’s good stuff. Dominick sure knows how to be humble about losing a fight! I think Ronda should have Dominick Cruz has her friend/mentor. This guy would be perfect on how to give advice to Ronda on dealing with a loss.
Ronda was the one who talked Dana White into having women fight in UFC and Dana gave her what she wanted. Ronda was undefeated for a little while and now she’s finally starting to lose. Ronda have to learn that if she wants to get into the fighting business, she’s not gonna win all the time. I used to support and love Ronda but now I’m losing my respect for her simply because of her bitchy attitude. There’s no doubt that Ronda is a bit of a narcissist and egomaniac. I think everybody in UFC has got her fighting skills all figured out.
Like most people, I too think it’s ridiculous that Ronda got paid $3 million for this fight even though she lost. Bullshit. She’s really that valuable to the company? Soon people are gonna forget her. Ronda should listen to Dominick Cruz above as to how to deal with a loss! Kudos Domonick! That’s the name of the game when you want to get into professional fighting sports, you’re either gonna win or lose. Ronda thinks that bantamweight title is all for herself when she needs to realize that other women are going to come after her for that belt.
Ronda clearly doesn’t like to lose fights at all but she needs to learn to take it like an adult. Quit crying Ronda and deal with it!
Well last night on PPV, I watched UFC 207 ’cause I didn’t want to miss the Ronda Rousey vs. Amanda Nunes championship fight. While it was disappointing and sad that Ronda took a good beating and lost, it was still a good fight anyways. I was hoping Ronda would come back in true form and beat Amanda’s ass but instead, the opposite happened. Amanda ended up beating Ronda pretty quick. The fight was very quick. It only lasted a couple of seconds. All it took was a couple of punches for Amanda to win and that was it. The referee stopped the fight. Still a good fight though and it made me like Amanda Nunes even more.
I thought all the other fights were really good too especially Cody Garbrandt vs. Dominick Cruz, that fight right there would have to be the best fight of the night, I would say.
Anyway, back to Ronda’s loss last night, she looked pretty pissed and upset after the fight got over with, though. Ronda seemed upset that the referee stopped the fight so soon and she wanted to keep it going. Ronda didn’t stay after the fight to interview with Joe Rogan and she didn’t even give Amanda a handshake or a hug either. Amanda tried to give Ronda a hug but Ronda and her team were quick to leave the Octagon. Amanda got to hug one of Ronda’s staff members, though. Amanda was just trying to give Ronda respect last night but Ronda wasn’t having it.
So looks like it’s gonna be over for Ronda in UFC. She might get forced to retire soon but we’ll wait to see what Dana White says. She’s probably gonna be done ’cause she lost two fights and I think Ronda is getting too worn out. What’s next for Ronda if she does get forced to retire? Well Ronda will probably act in movies full time, she’ll become a full time actress for sure I think. She can also do some stuff with WWE ’cause WWE wants to sign her pretty badly. Not sure if Ronda is gonna go for a full time WWE run or part time, we’ll have to wait and see. Anyway, if Ronda does get signed for WWE, I can see a Charlotte vs. Ronda match happening at the next Wrestlemania for sure ’cause I believe that’s what they want.
I feel bad for Ronda but she have to learn that there will be other women who are better than her in fighting. I think Ronda just realized that last night. I wish Ronda the best in her future.