Why Ronda Rousey Is The Ultimate Badass Woman

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She’s not only a kick-ass fighter but a revolutionary woman who pins down the social stereotypes that demean women.

She is an undefeated UFC fighter and former Olympian, and redefining what it means to be sexy and real. Here are a couple things that make Rousey one badass chick:

UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey shadow boxes at Glendale Fighting Club Tuesday, February, 17 2015. Rousey will defend her title against No. 1 contender Cat Zingano in the main event of UFC 184: ROUSEY vs. ZINGANO on Saturday, Feb. 28 at Staples Center in Los Angeles. (Photo by Hans Gutknecht/Los Angeles Daily News)

 

1. She Got It From Her Mama

Ronda’s mom was the first U.S. citizen to win the World Judo Championship, and she was Ronda’s first trainer. At the age of 11, Ronda was already tumbling around with her momma in the living room. Six years later, she already qualified for the Olymipic Games.tuf-18-ronda-rousey-mom-coach-ann-maria-demars-426x2682. She Ain’t No DNB

Ronda Rousey is a boss. She works hard because she believes in giving 100% in everything, not for the sake of impressing others. Everything she does has a purpose.

“I have this one term for the kind of woman my mother raised me to not be, and I call it a do-nothin’ bitch, a DNB. The kind of chick that just tries to be pretty and be taken care of by someone else. That’s why I think it’s hilarious if my body looks masculine or something like that. Listen, just because my body was developed for a purpose other than fucking millionaires doesn’t mean it’s masculine. I think it’s femininely badass as fuck because there’s not a single muscle on my body that isn’t for a purpose, because I’m not a do nothing bitch.”

In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Rousey was asked if she enjoyed the training part of her career, and said she enjoyed paying her dues and working like a boss. So, obviously, she refuses to be a DNB.giphy-383. She Is Off-The-Charts Confident

Rousey mentioned her past body image issues when asked about her ESPN nude photo shoot, affirming that the shoot made her feel more confident in her own skin. She is proud of her body and abilities as a fighter. When confronted by Wrestler Triple H and Stephanie McMahon at Wrestlemania 31, she was told to get out of the ring. She sharply responded saying any ring she steps into is hers. Seconds later, she kicked them both out.giphy-36

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4. She Doesn’t Take Shit From Anyone

Ronda is a good sport to the women she knocks around in the ring. However, she does not tolerate opponents runnin’ their mouths. During an Bethe Correia’s interview, she was asked to share her thoughts about Rousey. Correia responded by saying she hopes Rousey doesn’t end up killing herself after the fight. When Rousey was a child, her father had committed suicide. This low blow added fuel to the fire, pinning down Correia in only 34 seconds during the match. giphy-405. She Speaks Her mind

Who says women shouldn’t have big muscles? Rousey advocates that her big muscles do not make her masculine, they’re feminine and f*cking badass. She even called out Floyd Mayweather for physically abusing women. After receiving the ESPY Award for Best Fighter. She said, “I wonder how Floyd feels being beat by a woman for once.” BOOM! You go, girl.giphy-376. She Is Proof That Strong and Healthy Is Sexy AF

In her swimsuit edition with ESPN, Rousey says no matter body type, women are sexy. She encourages all women to push for stronger, healthier bodies and to be confident. It’s not about starving yourself to become a DNB, it’s about giving your body a purpose in and of itself.giphy-39

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