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Bethe Correia interested in fights with the rest of the ‘Four Horsewomen’ stable

Bethe Correia discusses her three-finger gesture after the fight at the 'Four Horsewomen', and her interest in match-ups with the remaining members of the group.

Bethe Correia is not satisfied with just one victory over a 'Four Horsewomen' member; she wants the entire team.

The undefeated Brazilian bantamweight spoke to the media following her unanimous decision victory over Jessamyn Duke at UFC 172, where she discussed her three-finger gesture at the ‘Four Horsewomen' following the bout, as well as why she is interested in match-ups with the remaining members of the team.

"They were tweeting and provoking me all the time," Correia said in her post-fight scrum. "One of them is called a ‘weapon' in Brazil - the way we translate it - and I just want to say that I'm bulletproof.

"One is already gone. I am ready for three more."

The ‘Four Horsewomen' team consists of UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, longtime teammate Marina Shafir, as well as TUF 18 veterans Shayna Baszler and Jessamyn Duke.