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Earlier in the week, Conor Mc Gregor met with Dana White and Lorenzo Fertitta for dinner, to discuss his future and when he would fight next.
Immediately after the fight, White said that booking a rematch would "make sense." During an appearance on Mike & Mike on Thursday, White said that's still the plan, though he did not have a specific date."I think that if we didn't make the rematch, me and [UFC CEO Lorenzo Fertitta] should probably lose our promoter's license," White said. That's the fight."Ronda Rousey has gone undefeated; she's taken the sport to another level and beaten the best women in the world in 14 seconds, 30 seconds. She was immediately transported to a local hospital after the loss and stayed there overnight.
In her interview with ESPN, Ronda Rousey stated that she was a long way away from fighting again. “Holly’s not so much about the money as [much as thinking] she wants to fight,” Fresquez said. We understand there are risks, but Holly’s a dominant champion, and she wants to fight the best. She will overcome it and be back.” The marketability of that fight is astronomical, but only while Holm remains an undefeated champion.
“It might be three to six months before I can eat an apple, let alone take an impact.” she said. Right now, Miesha is the best.” But the thought of Holly fighting someone else and potentially losing her title before a rematch with Rousey is scheduled is a serious concern for UFC President, Dana White. “Ronda is the fiercest competitor I have ever met in my life and she’s also very proud,” White said. And it appears White has put his foot down on the matter.
Dana White tells TMZ Sports it's pretty obvious what happened to Ronda Rousey -- "One day you show up and you don't have it anymore." The UFC honcho appeared on the "TMZ Sports" TV show (airs Tuesday night on FS1) and said Ronda's career has gone the way of MOST great professional athletes. When you're a professional athlete and you're competing at a certain level, the day comes when you don't anymore.
It happened to Ronda." White says, even though he thinks Ronda is turning the page on her fighting career, she'll always be connected with the UFC.