Holm said she’s going to concentrate on Rousey, left, in the fight and ignore the crowd.
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Ronda Rousey says it's her fear of failure that guarantees she'll win Sunday when she defends her UFC bantamweight title against Holly Holm in front of a projected-record Melbourne crowd.Just eight months after Australia's Victoria state lifted its ban on cage fighting, the UFC has brought its showcase UFC 193 event Down Under, with the Rousey-Holm fight as its main event.Undefeated through 12 bouts, including seven successful title defenses, the former judo Olympian says her fear of failure is bigger than anyone's. Holm says her focus will be on Rousey rather than the crowd.Rousey says she's more than ready to cope with the taking to the ring mid-afternoon rather than late at night, with her fight-day already mapped out.
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