Ronda Rousey sounded very confident when she was asked if could beat Laila Ali in a boxing match while strolling Monday night in New York City.
The toughest lady in MMA told TMZ she could take the one-time baddest female fighter in a boxing match ... if she had a little training in the ring.
Ali told TMZ a while back that no woman alive could take her inside the ropes. But Rousy didn't agree and said she'd beat Muhammad Ali's daughter even if the fight wasn't in a cage — where Ronda would clearly have the advantage with her trademark arm bar.
"I went from judo to MMA," said Rousey, "So why not MMA to boxing?"
Rousey also had a response to that Houston Texans cheerleader — and former boxer — Antonieta Osuna — who boasted she wants a piece of the UFC champ too.
Here's Ali's call out:
Do I hear Super Fight 2?