"I was so disappointed that Dana was saying they might give the (Zingano vs. Tate) winner (a title shot)," Davis said following Rousey's victory over Liz Carmouche. "I'm like, 'What?' I'm higher ranked than both these girls.' Miesha already had her chance. I don't know if that's going to happen, but I'm hopeful that he reconsiders."
Davis is ranked higher than Zingano on three different forums, so there's no real argument there. Zingano is undefeated, but she hasn't yet faced the upper echelon of competition in the women's bantamweight ranks.
It's not quite so clear cut when it comes to Davis vs Tate.
"Cupcake" is ranked as the No. 2 bantamweight in the world by Fight Matrix, while Davis is two behind in the No. 4 slot.
Bleacher Report also ranks Tate as the No. 2 female bantamweight, with Davis (No. 5) coming in behind both Sarah Kaufman and Sara McMann.
Tate and Davis have won 13 fights each, so it's tough to say definitely who deserves to be ranked higher.
In all likelihood, Tate and Davis will both eventually square off against Rousey inside the UFC Octagon. It's just a matter of who will get the nod first or second.
"That's why I tweeted (UFC President) Dana White," Davis said. "You have a wrestler with Tate. You just had a Marine fight her, and you've got a striker with Sarah Kaufman. I'm a [Brazilian jiu-jitsu] black belt. C'mon. Give me that chance.
"It's killing me, too, because my last couple victories I won by rear-naked choke. I get to the back all the time. I wish I was there."
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