Ronda Rousey Claims She Can Beat Floyd Mayweather and Cyborg Needs Her

By April Lara | 1 year ago
Ronda Rousey Claims She Can Beat Floyd Mayweather and Cyborg Needs Her

During a Reddit Ask Me Anything session last Monday, Ronda Rousey didn’t hesitate to answer one question involving Floyd Mayweather that she can beat anyone on this planet… and yes, that includes Mayweather. Read on for more details.

According to Time Magazine, a fan asked the UFC female bantamweight champion if she thinks she could beat Mayweather in a “rule-less” fight.


“Floyd is one of the best boxers of all time. He would definitely beat me in a boxing match. I unfortunately don’t get into “matches.” I fight for a living. In a no rules fight, I believe I can beat anyone on this planet. Boxing is a sweet science with strict rules that I respect very much and aspire every day to improve at. But you said ruleless fight, and that’s my honest answer.” Rousey said,

Since 2014, Rousey and Mayweather has been fighting each other verbally. It all started when Mayweather claimed that he doesn’t know who Rousey is.

Also, during her AMA hosting on Reddit, she also talked about how she can crush 60 chicken wings in one sitting and her idea of a perfect date. She was also asked about Cyborg, her best friend.

“She’s just waiting to be offered enough money to get her ass kicked. The delay is all about money, not her weight. She made 145 pumped full of steroids. She can healthily make 135 without them. Her shows that she headlines lose thousands of dollars, and the majority of the tickets are given away because no one will buy them. She needs me. So pretty much we’re waiting for her to realize that she needs to fight me before I retire or she’ll never have enough money to retire.”

Ooooh, that’s just a “burn” right there. We still appreciate Rousey’s honesty!

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Photo source: Facebook/ Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia