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Julianna Pena unloads on opposing coach Ronda Rousey after TUF 18 Finale   [View Full Version]
FastKnockout » Posted 9/24/10 8:39:00PM

If you thought winning “The Ultimate Fighter 18? and securing a UFC contract would prompt Julianna Pena to leave some things – like her disdain for Ronda Rousey – in the past, think again.

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OnyxShadow » Posted 1/22/08 3:28:00PM

I guess this isn't surprising. She trains with Tate.

Without watching this season of TUF all that closely it seemed like by the end Ronda had great respect from her own team...as well as from most of the other team as well. On the other hand, Miesha seemed to disappoint quite a few members of her own team.

jae_1833 » Posted 7/19/07 11:27:00AM

Rousey did show her true colors...never really liked her either.

Wallass » Posted 10/7/08 5:39:00PM


Posted by OnyxShadow

I guess this isn't surprising. She trains with Tate.

Without watching this season of TUF all that closely it seemed like by the end Ronda had great respect from her own team...as well as from most of the other team as well. On the other hand, Miesha seemed to disappoint quite a few members of her own team.



Maybe you should have watched the show as you couldn't possibly be more wrong.

FlashyG » Posted 2/13/08 10:33:00AM


Posted by Wallass


Posted by OnyxShadow

I guess this isn't surprising. She trains with Tate.

Without watching this season of TUF all that closely it seemed like by the end Ronda had great respect from her own team...as well as from most of the other team as well. On the other hand, Miesha seemed to disappoint quite a few members of her own team.



Maybe you should have watched the show as you couldn't possibly be more wrong.



Actually that seems pretty accurate.

Reading Sarah Moras' blog you get the impression that she thought Ronda cared more for her team than Miesha did. From her perspective Miesha was there to train 2 members of her team to the detriment of everyone else.

She also noted that it was Ronda who spent all kinds of time in the house with the fighters while Miesha visits were few and far between.

Personally my opinion of both women dropped considerably after TUF, but the editing wasn't kind to Ronda at all.

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40ouncetpkid » Posted 5/3/11 12:43:00AM


Posted by FlashyG


Posted by Wallass


Posted by OnyxShadow

I guess this isn't surprising. She trains with Tate.

Without watching this season of TUF all that closely it seemed like by the end Ronda had great respect from her own team...as well as from most of the other team as well. On the other hand, Miesha seemed to disappoint quite a few members of her own team.



Maybe you should have watched the show as you couldn't possibly be more wrong.



Actually that seems pretty accurate.

Reading Sarah Moras' blog you get the impression that she thought Ronda cared more for her team than Miesha did. From her perspective Miesha was there to train 2 members of her team to the detriment of everyone else.

She also noted that it was Ronda who spent all kinds of time in the house with the fighters while Miesha visits were few and far between.

Personally my opinion of both women dropped considerably after TUF, but the editing wasn't kind to Ronda at all.



Ronda was a complete A-hole the whole entire show. She was completely full of herself and said Pena didnt deserve to breathe the same air as Bazler who she just destroyed.

Yeah she came out as the better coach maybe but at the cost of ruining her image greatly as a stuck up snob. Tate even said Pena was always the first one begging to learn in the gym while Moras and other would stay on the treadmill not voicing her ambition. The fact is Moras was too paranoid about Tate then actually working on her fight.She was very dramatic about it when all she had to do was tell Tate she wanted time.

prozacnation1978 » Posted 7/5/07 11:42:00PM

Good for Pena
She won't back down from her.
Give her two years and she will face rousey eventually



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