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‘Karate Hottie’ Michelle Waterson wants an all-women pay-per-view card in the UFC. The UFC star revealed about her wish during an interview with TMZ last day and also referred the move from WWE.

Michelle Waterson wants an all-women PPV card in the UFC - Michelle Waterson
Michelle Waterson wants an all-women PPV in the UFC

For the uninitiated, WWE had held an all-women pay-per-view title ‘Evolution’ recently. The pay-per-view also had former UFC Bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey on it.

“The girls can definitely hold it down. If they did an all-female card, that would be amazing and we could definitely hold it down. Something definitely to think of for the future,” she said.

She also went on to note that she would be apt for headlining such an event. You can see the complete interview below. Waterson currently holds a record of 16-6 to her name and is sitting on a two-fight winning streak having secured wins over Felice Herrig and Cortney Casey-Sanchez recently.

When asked about her next opponent, she pitched the idea of fighting, Karolina Kowalkeiwicz. A former title contender, Kowalkeiwicz is coming off a defeat against Jessica Andrade and holds a professional record of 12-3 to her name.

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