Ronda Rousey is a very confident gal.
In fact, when asked how she would fare in a fight against Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Heavyweight champion Cain Velasquez, the former Olympic Judo bronze medalist said she doesn't see any reason to believe it's "physically impossible" to defeat the champ.
"In any given moment, under the right circumstance, I think it is possible. You cannot tell me that it is physically impossible. It is possible that in any given moment, if I could find a way, I will beat him. I simply believe in my possibilities."
Of course, while no one can question Rousey's confidence and her abilities, most will take these comments with a grain of salt. Especially because a Man vs. (Born) Woman fight would never happen in a sanctioned mixed martial arts (MMA) event ... ever.
Plus, have you seen the punishment Velasquez dishes out?
Nevertheless, in a hypothetical world, "Rowdy" -- the 135-pound champ -- is confident she can topple the 265-pound kingpin. She did "kick the ass" of Middleweight contender Uriah Hall and make him tap a few times (video here) with her trademark armbar.
Therefore, in (her) words, anything is seemingly possible.
And if she blitzes through "Cupcake" (again), just like she's been doing to the rest of her competition, then maybe she might be interested in taking a fight against this guy before she jumps into the deep end to challenge Velasquez.
Baby steps build confidence.