Cyborg: Ronda Rousey has ‘weak mind’ if she considered suicide
Cris “Cyborg” Justino feels that Ronda Rousey showed a weak side of herself when she revealed that she had suicidal thoughts after her loss to Holly Holm back in November.
Earlier this week, TMZ caught up with Cyborg and asked for her thoughts on Rousey’s emotional interview on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.”
“I think it’s, you know, weak mind,” Cyborg said. “When you fight, you can lose or you can win — it’s a sport. You cannot think you want suicide because you lose one fight.”
That’s the second time in a week that another fighter has criticized Rousey for that interview. After she shocked Holly Holm and took her UFC women’s bantamweight title Saturday night, Miesha Tate taunted Rousey for something else Ronda said on DeGeneres’ show.
Rousey’s father committed suicide when she was a young girl, so she likely would not exaggerate about having suicidal thoughts. You can watch her interview with Ellen here.
Of course, Cyborg still wants a chance to fight Rousey. That became clear when she took a shot at the former champ after Rousey was knocked out by Holm. At this point, Cyborg will say anything to get Rousey into the Octagon with her.