ByStephen Adamson, writer at Creators.co
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Ronda Rousey better be careful and more prepared when she steps back in to the Octagon to face Holly Holm this coming Summer. At least, that's according to Miesha Tate.

Take a look at what Tate had to say about the rematch on MMAJunkie Radio.

“I’m not a fan of the rematch in that amount of time, because with everything else that Ronda has going on, plus her injuries, I just don’t think it’s going to amount to a good outcome.”

The injury and recovery aspect for Ronda Rousey is a factor as well, and it adds to Tate's argument.

“It wasn’t a competitive fight, and Holly has the perfect style to beat Ronda. Holly’s already back in the gym training; she had no injuries from the fight. She knows she’s fighting Ronda next, but she gets this whole time to fix maybe even the little things she wanted to improve on in the fight. She’s going to be even more prepared, and I don’t know if it’s a smart move, because Ronda might go 0-2.”

What do you think? Will something along the lines of THIS happen again?

Or will the result be different this time around?

Tate also spoke on who she thinks she'll fight next:

“I’m not exactly sure who yet, but I would like for it to be the title fight. But that doesn’t seem like it’s going to happen. So I’m just waiting to hear back from the UFC.”

Thoughts?

(Via: MMAJunkie)