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Look out UFC. Ronda Rousey may have got her groove back.

Mostly silent since her knockout loss to Holly Holm, Rousey is talking, and once again, she's sounding really confident.

"I want to win my belt back," Rousey declared at a conference hosted by Robin Roberts, as reported by MMA Fighting.

Rousey may be feeling like her old self after seeing Amanda Nunes crush Miesha Tate, who crushed Holly Holm, proving that the title has been nothing but a hot potato since Rousey lost it.

If continuity and consistency matter to one's legacy, the Rousey is still the top woman in the UFC.

Rousey was the first UFC women's champion and is considered a pioneer of the sport. She defended it five times before losing the title to Holm with a dramatic head kick.

Despite her loss, Rousey's popularity has not suffered. Her comeback fight, whenever that happens, will undoubtedly feed the MMA masses, and spark widespread mainstream interest.

It's unclear when Rousey plans to fight again or who her opponent will be, but we do know one thing:

"My mom, she pulls aside the mat and she's like, ‘I'm going to tell you what my coach told me," Rousey said. "... He said, winning is a b*tch, but revenge is a motherf*@!ker."

(image courtesy MMA Weekly)