This article originally appeared on FoxSports.com.
Few fighters know Ronda Rousey better inside or outside the Octagon than her former opponent Miesha Tate.
The two women engaged in arguably the most bitter rivalry in the history of women’s mixed martial arts that spanned years between their first fight in Strikeforce to a season spent coaching against each other on “The Ultimate Fighter” to their eventual rematch.
Tate knows the fiery, angry Rousey that she fought on two occasions, but she’s not so sure that’s the same fighter about to walk into the Octagon to face current women’s bantamweight champion Amanda Nunes on Friday night at UFC 207.
“I think that if she really wanted to continue fighting, she would have been back in there sooner,” Tate told Skip Bayless on “Undisputed” on Wednesday. “That’s what always seems to be with really competitive people just when they lose, they want to get back in there and do it again and do it again, do it again, do it again, I can prove it, I can get better. I’m not saying that’s always the wisest decision but I can say that’s what I see typically from people who want to fight.
“They want to fight, especially off of a loss. They want to get back in there and get that redemption. Her taking a
Article source: http://www.si.com/mma/2016/12/29/ronda-rousey-miesha-tate-questions-heart-ufc-207
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