UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey may never be a “do nothing bitch” but the mixed martial arts superstar has been known to gain a pound or two above the 135-pound limit when not in competition.
But while some girls might be nervous about their weight, Rousey’s not letting what other people think become a factor in her body image.
To make her point, Rousey told the New York Times during a very in-depth feature interview that once she even gained weight on purpose for a TV commercial.
After somebody had unwisely decided to offer their opinion on her appearance, the “Rowdy” one says she came into the shoot heavier than originally planned. And nobody said a thing:
“Oh, hell no,” Ms. Rousey said with a grin, “and the campaign ended up being amazing, even though I was heavier just to make a point.” (For which company was the ad? She declined to say but noted, coyly, that her breasts are bigger in it than in any other commercial she’s done. A breakfast sandwich takes second billing to cleavage in her Carl’s Jr. ad.)
“I swear to God,” she said, shaking her head, “if anyone calls me fat one more time in my life, I’m ….View original article