"She has the whole package. I've never been interested in women's MMA. First, there weren't enough girls to create an entire women's division. There was never... when I talk about a superstar or standout, people talk about Gina Carano and talk about all these others, I'm telling you: this girl, she's nasty. She might be beautiful on the outside, she's a Diaz brother on the inside. She's a real fighter and she's very talented. She has the credentials, the pedigree, I mean everything. And she has the 'it' factor. I think she's going to be a big superstar."
Dana goes on to talk about match ups:
"You can never tell how fight's are going to go, and she's got, you know, four or five good fights lined (up), you know. The next two years we've got actually really good opponents for her and it's going to be interesting. We'll see what happens. There is (enough talent) in that division. In the 135-pound division there is. These other women's division, no, there's not."