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Ronda Rousey has shocked her fans as she came out to the open to speak about her decision to stay with her head coach Edmond Taverdyan which is against her mother’s wish.
In a recent interview with ESPN’s Ramona Shelburne, she point blank stated that her mother’s idea or opinion on whom she should stay with or leave are entirely those of her mother and not hers. She said this in the light of Glendale Fighting Club or head coach Edmond Taverdyan whom her mother suggested she should leave but she is unwilling to do so.

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“Of course I’m staying (with Edmond Tarverdyan),”
Rousey told ESPN. “That’s my mom’s opinion, not mine.”

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Worthy to note is that, Rousey’s head coach Edmond Taverdyan was fired after she lost that match to Holly Holm at UFC 193. During the course of things, Taverdyan told Rousey she was fine with the fight with Holm which was later criticized severely. Meanwhile, Rousey’s mother, World Champion judoka AnnMarie DeMars described had Rousey’s head coach as a “terrible person.” But Rousey defended him again stating that that encounter didn’t affect her in any sense during the course of the match.

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“It wouldn’t be the first time she disagreed with where I was training or what I was doing or who I was getting coached by. “If anything it’s almost like normal at this point for us to have disagreements about my training and coaches. We’re both athletes. We both fought. I just have a different personality. The same things that work for her won’t work for me,” Rousey said.

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