Ronda Rousey Kicks Ass In Cut-out Swimsuit For Self Magazine

UFC champion, Ronda Rousey 28 is the face of Self magazine's November 2015 issue.  The record breaker who was also featured in "Fast and Furious 7" talked about her success and how much determination she puts in being the world's best fighter.

In an interview with Chelsea Peretti,  Ronda explains, “If I say that I’m the best in the world, sometimes people think that’s really cocky and arrogant, but I had to work hard to be able to believe in myself. In your teens, you start to become super self-conscious. I had to build that up,”



The athlete, showing off her perfectly toned body.

"I love feeling like I’m inhabiting the body of a ninja", “like I could rob a liquor store with my bare hands if I wanted to.”


Read the deets of what she said during her interview with Chelsea Peretti...





#November 2015

What she said during her interview with Chelsea Peretti

CHELSEA PERETTI:  How does it feel to be the most famous badass in America?
RONDA ROUSEY: I like being given that label, but I wouldn’t give it to myself.

CP  What’s your definition of a badass?

RR  Someone who’s willing to do what needs to be done. There are plenty of times where people know and they don’t do it—because it’s not comfortable or easy. If you do what’s right regardless of how it’s going to make you look, then you’re really a badass.


CP  You’re objectively the best in your sport—how does that make you feel?

RR  It’s motivating, because it’s something I have to keep earning. When I was a kid, all I did was train. I never went to a dance, I never had a date, I never went to a single party. Training was my whole life, and it was because I wanted to be able to win the Olympics more than I wanted to go to the movies with my friends. It’s funny, because people get offended by the mind-set that it takes to be the best.


CP  How do you wind down after a fight?

RR  I eat about 50 hot wings. I love hot wings. After my last fight, one of the UFC owners flew in a private chef from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro so that he could make me hot wings, because there are no hot wings in Rio! That’s how important they are to me.

For the full article, go to www.self.com

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