"Hate is a very strong word," Rousey said. "I don't hate her at all. Caraway, I have something close to hate. I have a strong disdain for him. But Miesha, I think most people are an average of the five people you're around the most and I think he takes up her entire five. She's a very impressionable and malleable person from what I've seen of her."
There's no love lost between Tate and the star judoka, but Rousey saved her best verbal jabs for Bryan Caraway during a recent Q & A session at TD Garden.
Caraway, of course, is Tate's long-time boyfriend, and Rousey loves to bash him in public forums.
"I think she actually won her title when Caraway was off doing TUF or something like that," Rousey said of Tate. "When he's not around she's a much nicer person. I kind of feel bad for her because of her situation."
Later in the session, a fan asked Rousey to play a game of "Kill, marry or armbar," with Caraway, Tate and Tito Ortiz as potential targets.
"Kill Caraway," Rousey quickly responded. "I'd armbar Tito, and me and Miesha are going to Vegas. Only because Miesha seems like a pushover in a relationship."
Rousey also took a parting shot at "Cyborg" Santos and her manager, Tito Ortiz.
"A couple days after they announced out-of-competition drug testing in the UFC, she announced that she wanted her release," Rousey said of Santos."They thought the money that was she was offered wasn't worth it, so she took her release and is now fighting in other promotions. The UFC was going to let her fight in Invicta anyway and pay her purse and everything and make it so easy for her, but that's what happens when you take on Tito Ortiz as your manager."