"It's not a reality. They're not gonna do anything like that. Fights are chaotic. Anything can happen. And there's no setting in which we should condone a man hitting a woman. I really just don't think that any athletic commission on Earth would ever condone something like that. Fights are going to go both ways. You're going to see both people hitting each other. I don't think we should celebrate a man hitting a woman in any kind of setting."
UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has nearly cleaned out the 135-pound division in just two years of dominance, and after her 14 second obliteration over No. 1 contender Cat Zingano last weekend (Sat., Feb. 28, 2015) at UFC 184 (highlights here), the talks of "Rowdy" fighting a man once again began heating up. Prior to the event, UFC President Dana White jokingly stated Rousey would have to start fighting men if she easily defeated Zingano, and he reiterated that statement post-fight as well. Well, even if Rousey believes she could defeat a man, she told Doug Gottlieb (via MMAFighting) that it would likely never happen, and it should not be condoned either. Instead, "Rowdy" is focused on movies for the time being before she shifts her sights on beating up top-ranked Brazilian Bethe Correia. Sorry Ian McCall, looks like you won't get a chance to prove your point after all.