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"If one person tests for steroids, that could actually really hurt a person, and the other person smokes a plant that makes him happy, and he gets suspended for five years! Whereas a guy who could hurt someone so much that he could’ve died in there [and] he gets a slap on the wrist! "Nick's been fighting for a really really long time," said Rousey."I've only been fighting for three years, I mean, he's been fighting I think for over a decade now. I think the fans are really going to embrace it and I can't wait for there to be another women's champion. "When I started out training, if I would go out and have some drinks it would always kill my game, or I was sick after two drinks and I wouldn't get drunk," he said via "It just didn't sit well with me so I was like, 'you know, I don't have time to fool around with this.' I just knocked it off, and I didn't have any temptation to want to drink.It’s so unfair."Rousey, 28, continued, "I’m against testing for weed at all.
"It didn't sit right with me," he said about drinking.This sport puts a lot of miles on you very quickly. Now it's really been proven the UFC is moving past that 'experimental phase' for the girls. I don't know, but I'm the biggest fan of Rose Namajunas. If he feels like he needs a rest and to take a break, you can't fight for anyone other than yourself. They're really investing and seeing people love it." With the division set to crown its inaugural champ via the Ultimate Fighter tournament due to film in May, Rousey is pulling for Mrs. A week later, Ronda Rousey’s quick and brutal TKO loss to Amanda Nunes at UFC 207 still is being talked about and making headlines.It seems everyone is being asked their opinion on what Rousey (12-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) should do after her loss to Nunes (14-4 MMA, 7-1 UFC), which was her second straight knockout setback and came in her comeback fight 13 months after losing the women’s bantamweight title she planned on never relinquishing.
Having first tweeted a picture of his first-round technical knockout win over Schaub at UFC 181 (shown below), which was the last time we saw "The Hybrid" step inside of the Octagon, Browne essentially threw the first stone. During one of his recent podcast episodes of The Fighter and the Kid with co-host Bryan Callen (shown below at the mark), the 33-year-old entrepreneur held nothing back while attacking the Hawaiian.