Bethe Correia wants a "revenge rematch" with Ronda Rousey in 2016 after the Brazilian bantamweight loss in the UFC 190 at the HSBC Arena in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on 1 August.
Rousey's father had reportedly "committed suicide" when she was a child and the South American had commented in May that the UFC women's bantamweight champion should "possibly kill herself" if she loses the fight.
However, things did not go as per Correia's plan and Rousey sealed a victory in just 34 seconds since the start of the first round. The American's mentor Gene LeBell admitted Rousey was disappointed that she did not break Correia's "arm, leg or neck".
The comments made by LeBell did not go well with the 32-year-old, who criticised the first and the only UFC women's bantamweight champion's mentor. Correia, whose only defeat came against Rousey is now seeking a rematch in 2016.
"So I tell rondarousey I'm here and I'll fight for a rematch in 2016, stronger, more mature, we'll see each other again! [sic]" Correia wrote on her Instagram profile.
"I wanted to fight you and I got it. I'll get that chance again and I'll have my revenge at the right time!"
"I was extremely criticized and judged by lack of respect for a misinterpretation of the current champion, while all the time I have seen and witnessed the real face of it, if going from 'holy' while always said publicly that wanted me to have an 'encounter with Jesus', which was really his intention ... In no time the media gave importance to this," she added.
"Would never fight with someone with purpose to murder, everyone knows that breaking his neck no return! Or joke about this because want to kill someone is not minding the pain that their families feel!
"For I say to Ronda I'm here and I will fight for a rematch in 2016, stronger and mature, we'll see you again! I wanted to fight with you and I did. I'll get back and I will have my revenge at the right time!" the Brazilian stressed.