Being the champion that she is, "Rowdy" was ready to face the inevitable Cyborg questions at the post-fight press conference (video replay here), and she had her answer ready and waiting, reiterating once again that as soon as the Brazilian can make the Bantamweight limit the fight is on.
Of course, "Rowdy" didn't miss the chance to call out Cyborg for her past steroid use.
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"I'm prepared to deal with anything, that's why I'm the champ. I fight in the UFC's 135-pound division. And, she can fight at 145 (pounds) pumped full of steroids and she can make weight just like everybody else without them."
But, the women's Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Bantamweight champion wasn't the only one fielding Cyborg-related questions, as UFC President Dana White also told FOX Sports that the fight is -- and always has been -- on the table.
And once Cyborg makes a successful weight cut and wins one bout at 135-pounds, the fight is a go.
Plus, he's now confident the bout can do 2.5 million pay-per-view (PPV) buys.
"She hasn't made the weight yet. The day she makes the weight and does what she is supposed to do, that fight is on. She wants that fight, everybody, you don't think I want that fight to happen? That fight, now I'm changing my mind on that fight, I think that fight does 2.5 million buys. I think that fight is massive. She has to make the weight, she has to fight and she has to be healthy. She came out, her team that she built around her said some crazy things, so she needs to go out make the weight, fight at that weight and she can come in right her and fight Ronda."
Cyborg has been doing enough talking. As far as trying to cut the weight? Not so much.