The Ronda Rouse-Miesha Tate-Bryan Caraway feud continues. With the current season of The Ultimate Fighter now two episodes in, the trio are opening up even more about their ongoing disagreements.
In his last quote, Caraway seemed to be softening up on UFC women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey, saying that she’s a very talented athlete, and that the two are just very different people.
Now it seems he’s changing his tune once again.
“I think it’s going to be hard for The Ultimate Fighter to edit out how she is,” Caraway said about the champ in an interview with Bleacherreport.com. “I do believe they have been editing in her favor because she is the UFC world champion. I just want people to see her for who she really is—she’s kind of a stuck up, snotty person and just very bitter all the time, very angry. She seems very, very angry pants all the time. I just hope that gets out.”
It seems he’s referring to the incident on the latest episode of TUF, where Tate picked Rousey’s #1 male pick as the next fight, despite the fact that he was injured. Obviously Rousey was not happy about that decision, and felt that Tate and Caraway took the low road in going after a hurt fighter.
Caraway defends the decision though, saying that there were a lot more factors surrounding the choice.
“We won the fight and Chris Beal was her No. 1 pick, We didn’t just pick him because of his hurt hand, that was a little teeny factor they put on the show, but there was a lot more going into that fight,” he said. “We liked that matchup.”
“I feel like Ronda, and I don’t have any hatred towards her, but I feel like she just like she’s just kind of a snobby person. She can be nice, everybody can be nice, everybody has different sides to them, but I think she was worried about how she is coming off because she knows how she is. She knows what kind of person deep down inside that she is. That’s what she’s worried about.”