“Every single day that they try to smile in my face and shake my hand and insult me behind my back it just shows me the kind of people that they really are,” said Coach Rousey. “Miesha might be a good athlete, but she’s a terrible person and she surrounds herself with like people. It’s team fake-nice vs. team real me. I’d rather be real.”
“Those two are going to fight at the end of the season," White said of Rousey and Tate. "They’ll have plenty of time to talk smack, hang pictures and do whatever they want. I want them focused on – we’ve got some talented people here. We’ve had some great fights already and I want to make sure these kids get every opportunity to win. They’re trying to pick another fight and then blame it on Ronda’s team."
White saw that Tate's team hung up photos of a character from a movie that looked like a cross between Rousey and her coach.
“I caught wind that Team Tate was putting these pictures up all over the gym and I came down here to get rid of this (expletive) so another war doesn’t erupt down here,” said the UFC president.
Tate didn't think the prank was too wild, so she made no apologies for it.
“Last night there was a movie playing and there was a character in it that’s like the perfect cross between Ronda and Edmond,” said Coach Tate. “It’s got the buns on the side of the head like she does and it has the unibrow like he does.”
Rousey didn't like the prank because Tate has been friendly to her face and then disrespectful behind her back.