According to a Feb. 12 report from MMA Junkie, UFC champ Ronda Rousey has forgotten all about Cris "Cyborg" Santos, as she hopes to fight the winner of the Miesha Tate vs Cat Zingano scrap set for Apr. 13.
"I think it's a very interesting matchup," Rousey said of the Tate vs Zingano tilt. "I've had my eye on Cat for a while; she's one of the only other undefeated 135ers at the moment. I'm very interested in that fight. I would be down to fight either of them. I'm going to be there myself at the fight, and I would love to take on the winner."
Rousey, of course, will have to get past Liz Carmouche on Apr. 6 at the UFC 157 event scheduled for Anaheim, Calif., if she hopes to get back in the cage with Tate.
"I think it would be nice to have Cat win and have another girl that's well-known with the girls' ranks, but if Miesha wins, I wouldn't be against fighting her again at all," Rousey said.
Rousey doesn't seem to mind that Santos is unwilling to drop down to the 135-pound ranks.
"To be honest, I have a lot of options ahead of me," said Rousey. "I have a lot of girls that I can fight, and she doesn't really have any other options besides me.
"So they could run around, make a bunch of noise and be a big 'Cryborg' as much as she wants, but at some point, she's going to have to come around and take the only fight that's available for her, and in the meantime, I'm going to take the 20 options that are available to me."
Tate is slated to fight Zingano on Apr. 13 at the TUF 17 finale, and the winner may receive a shot at Rousey's belt.
The UFC also recently signed Invicta FC vets Alexis Davis and Sara McMann.
Davis and McMann are expected to fight each other, and the winner may also be in the mix for a title shot. No official word yet from the UFC on who they will pit against Rousey if she gets past Carmouche.