She takes on Bethe Correia in June
Former UFC women's bantamweight champion Holly Holm is dsperate to get back to winning ways when she steps into the octagon in June.
Holm is on a three fight loss skid having been defeated by Miesha Tate, Valentina Shevchenko and Germaine de Randamie since beating Ronda Rousey to become bantamweight champion.
Speaking about her recent losses to the UFC's official website, she said: "They’re heavy on my heart, but I’m just learning from them. I’m gonna take the things that I didn’t do well and just be better. That’s the only way to go.
"I have no other choice and I don’t want to just pout about it. It’s something that I think about a lot and something I’m not happy with, but I can only go forward, and that’s what I choose to do.
“I know my last three fights were not losses out of being dominated, and that’s what helps me keep positive at this point. I felt like I did enough in my last fight, but obviously I know that there are things I could have done more and better.
"The Shevchenko fight, it was a good fight and close fight, and with Miesha I was winning until I got caught. It would bother me more if I had just been dominated by three different people in three fights. But I do know that I’m competitive with the top fighters, and I do believe I can beat these girls, I really do. I have that confidence in myself – not in any cocky way, just that I really do believe that I have the ability to do it,” she added.
Holm is due to fight Bethe Correia in the main event at UFC Singapore on June 17th.