To this day, it's still called the biggest rivalry in all of Women's MMA - A Beef of epic proportions that would have made Biggie Smalls and Tupac proud. And when it seems like the heat between Ronda Rousey and Miesha Tate calms down or takes a break, somebody puts more logs on the flame.
This time, it's the current UFC World Champion Miesha Tate dropping the mic.
Yesterday, Tate joined RJ Clifford and Steve Cofield on SiriusXM Rush Fight Club to talk about the game and her opinions on everything and anything - and sure enough, when the subject of Ronda Rousey came up, Cupcake drew her sword:
"I think Ronda is somewhat emotionally unstable and I think that's been characteristic for a long time. Doesn't mean she fights any worse for it. I'm not knocking her as an athlete but emotionally she's just got some things that are a little bit strange and I think that that was one of them.
I feel like you can tell a lot about a person who, if they're nice to people that they don't have to be nice to or if they're not nice to people that they don't have to be nice to, and I feel like things that sometimes people don't see on the massive media outlets is the way Ronda is behind scenes."
Ronda Rousey has defeated Miesha Tate on two separate occasions, and while Cupcake currently holds the key to the Women's Bantamweight Castle - The Shadow of "Rowdy" continues to loom over the empire they both helped build. Dana White has hinted the potential of a Rousey/Tate Third Showdown, and if Tate can get past her first title challenge, the two biggest names in the division might just get their wish.