elliot-wolf - September 29, 2017
Ronda Rousey was probably the only female UFC fighter I would have considered doing the do with. Which I no longer wish to do. Not because I respect her marriage. But because her husband Travis Browne isn’t wrapped too tight. You have to be off your rocker to willingly marry a women who loves gains just as much as you. Cris Cyborg is a woman I would never want to have sex with. Not because she looks like she packs more meat than an abattoir. But because until the world can prove she’s a legit female I do not want to be on the opposite end of an attack fueled by her roid rage. As a man, once you get beat by a girl you’re immediately forced to live the remainder of your life in gender limbo. You look like a guy but don’t come with all the perks of actually being a guy. Just like Cris Cyborg. But now the beastly behemoth of a woman Cyborg says she’s not into beating up unworthy women like Rousey in the ring.
Cyborg, who is currently training in Thailand and targeting a fight with Holly Holm at UFC 219, scheduled for Dec. 30 in Las Vegas, spoke with MMA Fighting about Tarverdyan’s comments and a possible clash with Rousey. “If Ronda wants to come back for a fight,” Cyborg said, “I believe it’s better for her to fight Miesha Tate. I’m in another stage of my career. I wanted to fight Ronda when she was psychologically well and confident.”
I’m into a girl fight as much as the next guy. There’s booze, boobs, and violence. Are you not entertained? But I’m willing to set my romance with modern Roman influenced forms of sport entertainment aside to understand just where Rousey is coming from. Her heart is just genuinely not in it anymore. She’s been hurt one too many times. The same way your son can become your daughter if you let him stop skating after busting his ass one time trying to drop in on the half-pipe. Hurt happens. And confidence is a scary thing to lose. It’s how you get up after you fall that makes you a true champion.
Photo Credit: Pacific Coast News
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