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Published: Thu, February 09, 2017
Sport | By Desiree Waters

UFC 208 fighters face off for Media Day

UFC 208 fighters face off for Media Day

This part brings in another one of the main card fighters, Jacare Souza, and continues to offer some perspective on the top four fighters.

Holly Holm does her training while also taking notes, while the woman she will face for the UFC featherweight title, Germaine de Randamie, interacts with media in Holland.

It's a chance to move past the worst year of her career. If Amanda Nunes had fought her before Ronda and I fought, I do believe that fight would've gone longer. I want to get back in there.

The emphatic nature of the loss has lead most to believe that Rousey's fighting days are over with UFC president Dana White admitting he thinks 'she's probably done'.

Holm has been cordial enough to give her opinion after toppling Rousey past year, which may have been the catalyst to lead to her recent struggles and perhaps the end of her career.

Holm, 35, added: "Who knows if Ronda's done or not". 'Maybe she'll come back in the future.

Like most, she believes Rousey needs some time off to reflect. I don't know how much she changed from that.

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"I think any fighter they can only know for themselves what they really feel, but I guess I don't really feel like I broke her, but I do know that coming off of the knockout, when I knocked her out, that helped the fight with Nunes go faster if that makes any sense. I don't mean that in any rude way".

"I bet she feels like she wants to focus on some other things right now - going from that big high to a big low".

"So I want this for me for my career".

"I do it for challenge, for myself and for the best stand-up fighting. I'll fight any one of them at any given time".

"And I don't talk to disrespect Conor".

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At UFC 208 this weekend, he faces off against the hard-handed brawler Derek Bruson in a bout that may well give him a chance to remind the world exactly how risky he can still be, despite his grand old age of 41. "It motivates me for sure".

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