Will she or won't she?
The big question coming out of UFC 193, which saw Ronda Rousey lose her women's bantamweight title by way of second-round knockout to Holly Holm (watch it), is whether or not "Rowdy" is going to ditch her longtime coach at Glendale Fighting Club, Edmond Tarverdyan, and seek out greener pastures.
Like Kings MMA, for example.
UFC lightweight titleholder Rafael dos Anjos, who captured the crown with a five-round decision win over Anthony Pettis back in March, is already rolling out the red carpet. Not just because he trains there, but also because his head coach knows how to produce champions.
The Brazilian talks to MMA Fighting:
"I think it would be great for her to come here. We have a great energy here. Not just because I'm training here, but Master Rafael Cordeiro has over 28 years of experience in MMA. Great training partners. Great coaches. Master Cordeiro is going to have a great fight gameplan for her. If she comes, she'll have everything she needs to get her belt back. I think she's the best in the division. She just had a bad day, but Holly Holm, she did great. She did a perfect strategy. She shut all the doors for Ronda. She avoided the takedown. She beat her standing. But I think if Ronda does a longer fight camp, I think it would make a difference."
He might want to check with teammate Cris Cyborg before mailing that invite.
Rousey has been missing in action since her monumental loss "Down Under." While UFC President Dana White is already calling for an immediate rematch, we don't yet know how much time "Rowdy" will take before making her return to combat sports.
Time will tell.