Holly Holm, whose 2015 knockout of Rousey was the biggest upset in UFC history, thinks it's all up to Ronda:
“Anything can happen,” Holm told The Post. “I do think it comes down to what Ronda shows up. Is she going to get hit and question herself? Or is she going to get hit and think, ‘Nope not tonight, not again.’ That’s going to be the moment.”
But Amanda Nunes told Rolling Stone she's coming for Rousey big time:
"Ronda Rousey is the biggest name and I want to make a statement," Nunes said. "I've been training for this girl my whole career in the UFC. I have a chance to defend my belt against her and show everybody the real champion."
But Rousey hasn't fought in more than 400 days. Experts say if she loses the bout, her UFC career is over. There is so much more on the line for Rousey than there is for her challenger. Can she perform under this kind of pressure?