Amanda Nunes Comments On Ronda Rousey's Coach After UFC 207

Written by Ana Krneta
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In the post-fight press conference, Amanda ‘The Lioness’ Nunes offered her thoughts on what happened in the fight, and she had a few choice words for Rousey’s coach--Edmond Tarverdyan--and his role in her losing that night.

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Nunes is known for her hyper-aggressive striking style, and they asked in the press-conference whether she was surprised that Rousey had even engaged in the punches because it was thought she would go a different route. 'He thinks she's a boxer,' explained Nunes about Tarverdyan to Fox Sports. 'He keeps putting these things in her head and making the girl believe that...She has great judo, but he put some crazy things about his boxing and her career started going down,' added Nunes.

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Nunes explained that she knew that Rousey would spar with her, at least for a bit, and it was all down to her coaching. The Lioness was very confident that she would win Rousey, when the world was not. Listen to her explain the her well-deserved win in her own words. Rousey may have walked away from the fight as the loser, but she got paid 3 million for the fight whereas Nunes only got 200k.

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Nunes explained that she knew that Rousey would spar with her, at least for a bit, and it was all down to her coaching. The Lioness was very confident that she would win Rousey, when the world was not. Listen to her explain the her well-deserved win in her own words. Rousey may have walked away from the fight as the loser, but she got paid 3 million for the fight whereas Nunes only got 200k.

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