• Ronda Rousey

Ronda Rousey (Photo : Reuters/Ricardo Morales)

UFC female bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey feels that Invicta featherweight champ  Cris "Cyborg" Justino is still on performance-enhancing drugs and this is the reason why she could not go down 135-pound bantamweight limit.

Rousey  (12-0)  said over at the "Joe Rogan Experience"  podcast that she isn't planning on fighting beyond 30 and wants to complete her career with a win over Justino (14-1), ESPN reported. 

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However, the UFC champ demands that Justino drops down to her division.

While Justino had expressed doubt about making the 135-pound limit, she also guaranteed early this year that she would make weight if the UFC arranges for a fight in December. 

Justino tested positive for anabolic steroids in 2011, resulting in a one-year suspension.

While Justino has been passing random drug tests as of late, Rousey still feels that Justino is using PEDs, based on how she looks.

Rousey said that PED users look entirely different during the time they were using to after they're done with it.

She agrees on what many says that her career would be left unfinished if she never fights Justino.

Asked by UFC commentator Joe Rogan if a fight against Justino would help her feel fulfilled with her career, Rousey answered it "definitely would."

Meanwhile, UFC flyweight champion Demetrious Johnson said that it Justino drops down to 135 pounds as required by Rousey, she's going to be all drained, reports MMA Fighting.

As a result, Rousey would not be fighting the same Cyborg.

Johnson went on to describe the public pressure being put on Justino to drop down to 135 pounds as "garbage." 

Rousey is gradually shifting towards film making having appeared in major Hollywood movies and scheduled to begin filming the action film "Mile 22" in January. 

There are also plans for Rousey to portray herself in a film.