Ronda Rousey is known as one of the most badass and toughest women in the world.

ROCKIN AN EVENING GOWN
It doesn’t seem to matter what Ronda Rousey wears; she looks phenomenal while wearing it. You'll most likely catch her in a short dress, but there's no doubt this babe can rock an evening gown all the same. This candid shot was taken by a friend while Rousey was getting ready dolled up for an event. It took a little time for this goddess to be comfortable in her own skin, and we think that’s probably an issue for a lot of women. “When I was in school, martial arts made you a dork, and I became self-conscious that I was too masculine. I was a 16-year-old girl with ringworm and cauliflower ears. People made fun of my arms and called me 'Miss Man.' It wasn't until I got older that I realized: These people are idiots. I'm fabulous.”


BIKINI BABE
A friend snapped this Instagram photo while Rousey was at a photo shoot. She looks amazing in that blue bikini, and we can’t help but be envious of her athletic figure. She has been an inspiration to many people, even after her loss. She's quite resilient. Moving away from the UFC may be the best thing in the end because the injuries that she has suffered over the years has not been good for her body. “I only have so much ring time that my body can endure. I've had four surgeries on my knees, arthritis in my neck, separated my shoulders, broken my nose. I'm just gonna hope that science advances faster than I can deteriorate. Because what am I gonna do? Put a perfect body into the ground? What's the point of that?”
A TRUE FRIEND
As we can see here, it’s not hard for Ronda to makes friends in Hollywood, which is why she has been able to jump from one movie project to another. But that's not to say she's done with the arena either. In this Instagram post, she is seen with Amy Schumer out hiking like it’s just the most normal thing in the world. Ahhh, the celebrity life! It doesn’t look like she is leaving the limelight anytime soon, and she wants to be the best role model she can be for a younger generation. “People can say I am a terrible role model because I swear all the time or that I fight people. Look, I don't want little girls to have the same ambitions as me. I want them to know that it is okay to be ambitious. I want them to know that it is okay to say whatever it is that is on their mind.”


TRAINING FOR A NEW CAREER
A career in the WWE is nothing to sneeze at, and Rousey has to train for it just as hard as she did in the UFC. Injuries can just as easily happen in wrestling, and even if it’s just for entertainment purposes, there have been a lot of serious injuries in the WWE. Of course, Rousey will be training in a different way, but it will be hard work nonetheless. People are already talking about when her training will start. “There was also buzz backstage at the tournament — mainly among WWE employees and contractors — that Rousey’s training would start soon,” Fightful reported. “She’s taken some basic bumps among other things thus far.” Now, that’s something to be excited about. We look forward to seeing her in the pro-wrestling world; it has been awhile since we saw her in any fighting arena.
FIGHT SCENE
We have all the respect in the world for Ronda Rousey’s career and what she has done with it so far. If WWE is her next venture, then we can only imagine that she will rise to the top in that arena as well. What she did in the UFC was make it possible for other women to enter into professional MMA and rise to the top. All the female athletes in the UFC out there can now thank Rousey for breaking the ground in order for them to be taken seriously in the industry. “When I looked at the state of women's MMA, what I saw was that it was missing rivalries or anything theatrical about it. Everybody was trying to be Miss America, unwilling to go under any kind of criticism, and taking the safe answers. I thought I needed to do whatever I could to get attention.”

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