The intensity between the two stems from Correia making comments about suicide, which infuriated Rousey, whose father took his own life when she was eight-years-old.
Using Twitter Correia apologised for her comments, saying that she had no idea that Rousey's father committed suicide.
On Thursday at the Reebok unveiling, Rousey told Ariel Helwani that she is still very hurt and bitter about what was said.
"I don't buy it at all," she said. "There's no way that she could know all these more obscure things about my life and not know about one of the most significant events (that) ever happened in my life.
“I don't know if I'm more offended by what she said or her phony apology to save face for herself — which wasn't even an apology," Rousey said.
“She just complimented herself, called herself humble and asked for forgiveness, I mean that's not an apology."
"No, this fight is becoming extremely personal to me and I never wanted to beat someone so badly in my life.
“And I'm definitely not gonna finish her off quickly, I'm gonna make sure that she remembers every second of that day," she added.