"I'm not a UFC fighter, she's not a boxer, and no woman can beat me, period. No woman. Of course not. She's too much smaller than me anyway. She's like the size of my daughter, my three-year-old."
With all this talk about whether or not Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey could defeat a man, perhaps we should circle back to some of the ladies in combat sports, like 24-0 super middleweight and daughter of "The Greatest," Laila Ali. While the retired pugilist acknowledges (via TMZ) that a fight with "Rowdy" would never come to fruition, she's also quick to dismiss the judoka as being "too small" to hang with the former champ, who insists there is not a woman alive able to defeat her. The good news is, one of Ali's former rivals has someone competing at the same weight as Rousey, should the UFC superstar ever care to validate this bold claim.