Ronda Rousey’s most notorious rival, Miesha Tate, revealed her thoughts about the WWE star. Her legacy in UFC is hardly to be forgotten – after rising to the top of the sport.
However the shift between the “good” and “bad” character in fans eyes was kind of rush.
“It’s very Ronda-esque,” Miesha Tate said on SiriusXM recently. “Look, she’s not wrong even though it’s a bit arrogant, but that’s the style that people have appreciated about Ronda. It’s not necessarily something I appreciate about Ronda, but when you talk about her legacy this does sum it up in one quote, really. It’s that she knows she has value and interest but she also doesn’t really give a sh*t what anybody else wants to hear.”
“She’s not entirely an open book. She’s not there entirely for the fans, selflessly. Ronda has always been about Ronda so it doesn’t surprise me. She’s continuing to be exactly how she’s always been. Again, not wrong, but when I listen to this, she almost sounds emotional. I don’t think she’s entirely happy with her legacy. The point that Ronda makes about us not deserving to hear it and about the vulnerability, I think that it speaks again to point that she left the sport worse than she entered it.”