The last four opponents who have stepped in the Octagon with Ronda Rousey have lasted a combined 130 seconds.

For all her trash talk and promise of taking the UFC title home to Brazil, Bethe Correia only made it 34 seconds with the most dominant athlete on the planet as Rousey landed a first round knockout for the third time in her career.

Considering the way Rousey has been thrashing her opposition lately, it's no surprise that the subject of former Strikeforce champion Cris 'Cyborg' Justino always seems to come up after another dominant win from the UFC women's bantamweight champion.

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Cyborg has lobbied for the fight with Rousey for years, but she competes at 145 pounds and the UFC doesn't have a division for her so there have been multiple attempts to get her down to the next weight class so the bout could come together.

Following her latest win, Rousey reiterated her demands for a fight with Cyborg to happen in the UFC -- get down to 135 pounds or kiss that title shot goodbye.

"I'm prepared to deal with anything. That's why I'm the champ. I fight in the UFC 135 pound division. She can fight 145 pumped full of steroids and she can make weight just like everybody else without them."

"I would like to be on the Aldo/McGregor card if possible. That would be really cool," Rousey told FOX Sports 1 following her win.

At the time it seemed almost like an impossibility considering in the current atmosphere of the UFC, McGregor and Rousey are the company's two biggest draws who can draw scores of fans at their own fights individually.

Well, less than an hour later UFC president Dana White confirmed his interest in putting Rousey vs. Tate 3 on the same card as Aldo vs. McGregor, likely setting up what could be the biggest mixed martial arts show of all time.

"I'd like to put her on that card," White confirmed. "That card is probably going to be in Dallas, Texas stadium. December (5) I hope so. We're working on it."

White did say he wasn't sure how the UFC would scale the stadium for attendance if they end up putting the show there in December. The huge building could hold well over 100,000 fans, but there's no telling how much seating the UFC would plan for if the card comes together.

While nothing is official yet, it seems like an Aldo vs. McGregor, Rousey vs. Tate 3 megacard is possible and it will be the hottest ticket of the entire year.