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Alexis Davis On Lack Of Trash Talking About Ronda Rousey

Andrew Ravens

Ronda Rousey

When you fight Ronda Rousey, people expect you to talk trash to get inside the head of Rousey (or at least try to) Alexis Davis does not believe you have to and said this about the lack of trash talking heading into UFC 175:

“I’m going to be fair: I kind of brought it on myself a lot. … Look, obviously Ronda got where she was. She’s very vocal, and she backed it up wholeheartedly. But that’s one thing I always say I’ve had to work on. I think I would have got a title shot long before if I had that ability more. But come July 5, that’s all going to change, said Davis.”

Alexis Davis (16-5) Has two knockouts, seven submissions and seven decision victories. She has been knocked out twice and lost by decision three times.

She has fought in Invicta, Strikeforce and now the UFC. Prior to the UFC, she was 1-3 in her last four fights. She made her UFC debut against Rosi Sexton, which she won via Unanimous Decision at UFC 161 – Evans vs. Henderson on Jun / 15 / 2013

In her next two fights, she beat Liz Carmouche via Unanimous Decision at UFC Fight Night – Fight for the Troops 3 on Nov / 06 / 2013 and then Jessica Eye via Split Decision at UFC 170 – Rousey vs. McMann on Feb / 22 / 2014.

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