"The only thing stopping this fight to happen now is the weight, but I don’t care about the belt," Santos said. "I want to this fight for the fans in a catchweight because she used to fight in my division and then dropped. I’d fight her (in the UFC) and then return to my home, Invicta.
"If I keep knocking people out, nothing will hide what I’m doing," she continued. "(Dana White) won’t stop me. Every MMA fan wants to watch to see me in the UFC. I’m happy at Invicta FC, and I want to represent Invicta FC in the UFC. The more I grow, they won’t be able to protect Ronda from me anymore."
Rousey already has a fight lined up against Miesha Tate, which is scheduled for Dec. 28 in Las Vegas.
After that, the star judoka has a long line of potential opponents waiting in the wings, with everyone from Cat Zingano to Alexis Davis inching closer to their shot.
"Cyborg" says she doesn't care about the UFC title. She just wants to square off against Rousey so that the fans have a good show.
"Everybody knows what Ronda does and I believe Miesha will come more prepared this time," she said. "Unfortunately, everybody knows what she’ll do and still let her do it. I’m watching the TUF season, and I believe Miesha has more weapons to defeat Ronda. But I don’t really care who wins this fight, though."
"Cyborg" took a parting jab at Rousey, hinting that she's sick in the head.
"Ronda is a little mentally sick," Santos told MMAFighting.com. "Miesha is more focused. I don’t know if that’s because Ronda is younger, more competitive. The mental aspect can affect her, but what makes you win inside the Octagon is training. The better prepared fighter will win."