Ronda Rousey On CM Punk Vs. The Rock & Punk Quitting, Rousey - Tate Full Fight, Rashad Update

- Check out the video above to see UFC women's bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey in her latest title defense over bitter rival Miesha Tate. Rousey puts her belt on the line again this weekend when she takes on Sara McMann at UFC 170. Don't forget to check back on WrestlingInc for our live, play-by-play coverage of the event.

- A huge fan of both The Rock and CM Punk, Rousey was recently pressured in a media scrum to admit that she's a bigger fan of her 'Fast and Furious' co-star than Punk.

"I have to say The Rock [is my favorite], I do. I love me some Rock," said Rousey. "Sorry, Punk!"

Rousey was also asked what she thought about the rumors that Punk was considering a run at MMA. She explained that, while she wouldn't mind seeing him try his hand in the cage, she's more disappointed that he quit the WWE.

"I was really bummed when I heard he was leaving wrestling," she said. "I would love for him to come back and have a big showdown with Triple H. It would definitely be interesting [to see him compete in MMA]; I've just been following his storyline and career in wrestling for so long that I feel like there's so much more he could do. But I also understand him being frustrated and fed up."

- Former UFC light heavyweight champ Rashad Evans injured his knee while preparing to face Daniel Cormier at UFC 170 this weekend and was forced out of the event. Even worse for 'Suga,' it looks like he could be riding the sidelines for a good portion of 2014. In a recent statement issued by his team, it was revealed that Evans will be undergoing surgery to repair his knee and will be out of "active training" for six months.

Evans said:

"I am deeply disappointed to be missing the action at UFC 170, but I am, as always, incredibly grateful for the support of my family, friends, management, the UFC, and most of all my fans during this minor setback. Thank you for your continued messages of support. I'll be back stronger than ever!"

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