Another astonishing piece of news hits the ears of fans again from Ronda Rousey, confirming that her match with Amanda Nunes is most likely one of her last fights.
In an interview held on air on Tuesday, Ronda Rousey told Ellen DeGeneres “this is definitely one of my last fights” as she continues she said; “Everybody better watch because the show isn’t going to last forever.”
For the first time in more than a year, Rousey is ready to return to Octagon on Dec. 30. With Nunes for the UCF women’s bantamweight Championship at UFC 207.
Rousey also shares her experience on mental exhaustion as well as nerves suffers in the lead-up to a big fight.
Rousey said as the interview continues: “I think it’s more the buildup that’s more tiring than anything else,” furthermore she said “It’s the weeks and weeks of buildup beforehand. You know you’re going to fight this one person, and it’s like your showdown, and the most important thing in your whole life, and then millions of people are watching…If it just happened right now I wouldn’t be nervous at all.”
“It is the waiting,” that causes Rousey trouble the most she said.