UFC President Dana White announced that Lesnar and Cormier will battle inside the Octagon in the near future but Rousey doesn’t want to watch two of her friends fighting.
Rousey told TMZ: “Both guys, both of them are friends of mine. So I don’t want to pick sides. I can’t get involved on that one.
“That one will be hard to watch. I probably won’t watch it, it will be hard to watch. I hate watching friends of mine fight. You’re not happy about anything so I’m not gonna do it.”
Lesnar made a shock UFC return last week when he confronted UFC Light Heavyweight Champion and UFC Heavyweight Champion Cormier.
The Universal Champion walked into the Octagon after DC called him out following his historic first-round knockout victory over Stipe Miocic, which made him the second fighter in UFC history to hold two titles simultaneously.
Moments after coming face-to-face The Beast nearly sparked a brawl by pushing the new two-division champion before delivering a profanity-laden tirade.
Rousey is now getting ready for Extreme Rules where she will be part of the RAW Women’s Championship Match this Sunday at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The UFC legend will be watching Alexa Bliss putting her title on the line against Nia Jax from the front row and could get involved in the bout.
The first ever UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion has unfinished business with Bliss as she ruined her opportunity of becoming RAW Women’s Champion at Money in the Bank.