"The Preacher's Daughter's" trainer is more than confident she will destroy her next opponent -- which just so happens to be Miesha Tate on March 5, 2016 at UFC 197 -- before she turns right back around to fight four months later at UFC 200.
And if Ronda Rousey has the guts to do it again, says "Wink," she'll be the one standing in front of the new women's bantamweight champion at the monumental pay-per-view (PPV) event, as he recently told Submission Radio.
"I hope so (she'll fight at UFC 200). You know, that's Holly. She has fought five times in one year, so she's active. She has that Cowboy Cerrone mentality where she just wants to fight and get through this thing. She likes to fight. So in a perfect world, that'd be fantastic. Let's have her fight, go fight whoever they give us. Show the world that it's not one-and-done with Holly Holm, that she can destroy the next person. And then, if Ronda has the guts to do it again, let's do it again for some big money. And that's great for those girls."
Ronda adamantly proclaimed she's determined to get some get-back on Holly Holm, whether or not she'll be ready to go by this summer, is another story.
For now, Holly will focus her full attention on Tate, as the two are tentatively scheduled to face off in a few months in Las Vegas, Nevada as co-main event to the Conor McGregor vs. Rafael dos Anjos lightweight title fight.
Because according to the striking coach, "Cupcake" is more dangerous than Rousey in certain aspects of the fight game.