It was media day in Rio de Janeiro as Ronda Rousey and Bethe Correia went face to face prior to their showdown in the main event of UFC 190 Saturday night on Pay-Per-View.

The two will square off for Rousey's bantamweight title and if their staredown was any indication of what to expect this weekend, you will want to have plenty of popcorn and beer. These two ladies do not like each other at all, and Correia wants nothing more than to end Rousey's UFC dominance in her home country. That will not be easy, since the female phenom is coming off of a 14-second destruction of Cat Zingano in February.

Correia is undefeated at 9-0 and is 3-0 in UFC. She is also fighting in her home country, but none of that may matter when Rousey enters the octagon.