UFC featherweight champion Cris Cyborg has reacted to the news of Ronda Rousey recently signing with the world’s largest professional wrestling organization, the WWE.
“I believe that she will be happy in WWE, and it’s completely different from the reality of MMA,” Cyborg told MMA Fighting. “For an example, wins and losses are decided before the shows.”
In Rousey’s most recent MMA appearances, she found herself victim of brutal knockouts at the hands of Holly Holm and Amanda Nunes. In a very recent interview with ESPN, Rousey found it very difficult to discuss these losses. 32-year-old Cyborg believes Rousey may need professional help to truly get over these losses.
“I think it’s normal,” Cyborg said of Rousey not talking about her last UFC fights. “In reality, we can only talk about things that we already overcame in our minds. She hasn’t overcome her MMA losses yet, even in another stage of her career. Sometimes people need professional help to get over it.”
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