After armbarring Sarah Kaufman in 50 seconds, Rousey took control of commentator Mauro Ranallo's interview, too, inviting whatever Cyborg has to offer.
"First of all, I need to send out a challenge to Miss Cyroid out there," said Rousey, the vein in her neck popping out like a cable. "People want to see you have the first fair fight of your life. I'm the champ now - the champ doesn't go to you, you go to the champ. Come down to 135 and let's settle this."
“If you still want to go out in the parking lot, my friend Wetzel brought my set of gloves, and I’m going to be right there.”
Mauro later enquired as to whether Rousey wanted Cyborg next.
"Was the first part not clear enough?" asked Rousey. "I was shouting it dude."
Ranallo finally asked about her signature move.
"Well if your mom woke you up in the morning jumping on top of you and being like 'ALWAYS BE READY ARMBAR NOW!' that's kind of like how it gets ingrained in your brain." explained Rousey. "She would wake me up from sleep to do armbars. It's just the kind of things that makes you think my parents are so mean, and they say ' one day you'll be grateful' and you're like 'no way it will happen'. Well, she's right. I'm grateful."
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