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Ronda Rousey wants punish Bethe Correia : “I don’t like this chick”

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Ronda Rousey brings new life to mixed martial arts

UFC women’s bantamweight world champion Ronda Rousey shares insights into her character ahead of her UFC 190 title defence against Bethe Correia . has been running her mouth since the fight was announced. I’m gonna kick her Assssssss.

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Less than five years later, Ronda Rousey is not only the UFC women’s bantamweight champion, but the organization’s most recognizable athlete and quite possibly the most dominant fighter in all of mixed martial arts.

On Aug 1, she will step in side The Octagon to defend her UFC women’s bantamweight title against undefeated challenger Bethe Correia at UFC 190 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Rousey did not become UFC champion because of her looks. She was not a media creation. She has spent her entire life competing in combat sports. The 28-year-old may have just 11 professional fights since making her debut in 2011, but has the talent and god-given gifts that very few on the planet have.

Sporting News takes a look at the seven most defining moments of Ronda Rousey’s career.

BRANDON (FOX 13) –

The top female fighter was in the Tampa Bay area Friday night.

UFC Champion Ronda Rousey is on your promoting her new book “My Fight/Your Fight,” which hit shelves this week.

“It’s not so much everyday chronological life, it’s more the chronological obstacles and the lessons of fighting that helped me get through them,” Rousey said.


Hundreds of fans, many of them women, lined the inside of Books-a-Million in Brandon Friday to get their copies signed and spend a few seconds with the undefeated champion.

“I don’t think females have ever had an athlete to look up to like her before I think she’s up and coming and has so much more to show,” said fan Brandi Bush.

“She’s opened the door to so many women to do things that most of us thought we could never do,” said Nadeia Thiel, another fan.

Rousey admits that’s a lot to live up to but it keeps her going.

“Anyone who takes inspiration, I don’t want to take advantage of that and use it for profit I want to deserve it. I tell them I want to deserve it,” she said.

For budding Tampa fighter Sarah Kleczka, the wait to meet her idol was worth it.

“I just fought on Saturday, the adrenaline I’m having now is more than when I fought,” Kleczka said.

Speaking of fights Rousey’s last one took all of 14 seconds. Her next fight is in August.

She’s also expected to appear in the upcoming Entourage movie.

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