"I don't know what it is now, but I've been doing it so long that I'm very intuitive in my work, and as soon as I saw her, I could have her make 135 pounds in [two days]," he said. "I guarantee it. ... And she'd be in world-class shape."
Dolce once helped UFC star Quinton Jackson lose 60 pounds in eight weeks, so it's hard to discount what he says.
"I wish all athletes would compete at their natural weight class, but it's just not realistic," Dolce said. "Knowing they don't, we need to make them as healthy as possible."
Rousey is already slated to fight Liz Carmouche on Feb. 23 at UFC 157, but 'Cyborg' Santos may be next in line for a title shot.
"It'll have a natural and dramatic effect on her body weight and her performance ability (and) her health," Dolce said. "With that, it adds to my confidence, my very strong belief, that she'll make 135 pounds very easily. And she'll be in the best shape of her career. You'll see the true, the best, the greatest 'Cyborg' at 135 pounds once we get her healthier in training and doing the things she needs to be doing to be that."
Santos currently walks around at approximately 170 pounds, so cutting to 135 for a fight against Rousey will be a difficult task. Rousey said repeatedly that she will fight only at 135 pounds since she is the champ. If Santos wants to fight her, she'll have to cut down to 135.
Dolce confirmed that his services were sought to help Santos get down to 135 in a safe manner.