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Her next fight, in August against Bethe Correia, is not that far off.
She has to train, loves to train, never wants to stop training.
onda Rousey is peacefully asleep inside her wee Venice Beach, California, bungalow, her breathing rhythmic, only one of her feet stirring.
She's naked, because that's how she sleeps, not much of a threat to anyone and so unlike how she is when she's in the Ultimate Fighting Championship's Octagon.
At the age of 28, she has in four years become the most dominant mixed-martial-arts fighter in the sport's history and was in fact recently named "the most dominant athlete alive," beating out names like Le Bron and Mayweather.
It's an unassailable logic that was first drilled into her by her mom, Ann Maria De Mars, herself a former judo champion, who, if she saw her teenage daughter relaxing in bed, say, would jump on her and attempt to get her in an armbar, the message being: Never let your guard down.
All these things made Rousey the kind of complete package and talent that convinced White and the UFC that women at a fight could be more than card-girl eye candy.
At the time, Rousey had an amateur MMA record of 3-0, her wins accomplished in less than two minutes total.
After two equally quick victories in Strikeforce, she was given the chance to take on bantamweight titleholder Miesha Tate.
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"She's the greatest athlete I've ever worked with.