During a recent interview with ESPN, former WWE Women’s Champion Ronda Rousey revealed that she once “handily beat down the men” that confronted and cornered her and thus forced her to defend herself in an excessively aggressive way, due to being outnumbered and of course being a woman against a group of men.
Here’s how the UFC Hall of Famer described the situation:
“I asked a lady to get some manners. Her boyfriend and his friends didn’t like that and so they headed me off in the aisle.
They wouldn’t let me leave and they pushed me. I was technically in a kidnapping situation, I learned this from my lawyer.”
Ronda Rousey became the biggest female name in mixed-martial-arts during her 2012-2016 UFC career, before making her WWE debut at the ‘Royal Rumble 2018’ pay-per-view.
So far, her accomplishments in WWE include winning the RAW Women’s Championship, the SmackDown Women’s Championship, the WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship and the 2022 Women’s Royal Rumble match.
However, her biggest accomplishment is without a doubt to wrestle in the first ever all-women’s WrestleMania main event in WWF/WWE history, back in 2019.
After her MMA career ended, she was inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame.
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