"They were tweeting and provoking me all the time. One of them is called a ‘weapon' in Brazil -- the way we translate it -- and I just want to say that I'm bulletproof. One is already gone. I am ready for three more."
Undefeated bantamweight prospect Bethe Correia (8-0) took notice of all the pre-fight chatter from the "Four Horsewomen," the women's mixed martial arts (MMA) stable comprised of Ronda Rousey, Marina Shafir, Shayna Baszler, and Jessamyn Duke, and paid some of it back with a unanimous decision win over Duke at last Saturday's (April 26, 2014) UFC 172 pay-per-view (PPV) event in Baltimore, Maryland (results). While Baszler insists "The Gun" didn't get beat (find out why here), the Brazilian doesn't see it that way, and has already set her sights on the remaining members of the dangerous female faction. But is "The Pitbull" biting off more than she can chew?