Clark explained that her "beef" with Magana dates back to 2010, when both ladies were contestants on a fight-themed reality show that featured WMMA fighters competing for a $50,000 prize.
"She's just a negative person. She's just a really nasty, trashy as well, person," Clark said of Magana. "I don't think anybody has something good to say about that girl, so I don't believe it's me that brings it out of this girl. I think it's me that brings it out of herself.
"Magana and I go way back because she was on that reality show with me. She started talking trash and started stuff on that and then came off of it and she would say stuff like I don't train at Jackson's. I was like 'what are you talking about, you know?' She likes to stir up crap and get people following her. I don't think she cares if they like her or don't like her. As long as they are following her, she's happy. As long as they are looking up her skirt and staring at her G-string, she's all good."
Clark says she took great pleasure in watching Eggink defeat Magana at XFC 25, and went so far as to say they didn't deserve to be in the same cage together.
"Heck yeah I did," Clark said when asked if she enjoyed watching Eggink beat Magana. "I thought Stephanie did an awesome job.
"I'm really happy about that one. I didn't think she deserved to be in there. One, she never had a fight in XFC, so how do you get a title shot off the bat? That to me kind of pissed me off. I thought she didn't deserve it. I don't think she had the right to be in there with Stephanie. I think Stephanie was able to show her that."
The XFC will return to Nashville, Tennessee on Oct. 18., as Clark will face Brianna Van Buren on the XFC 26: Night of Champions III card.