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Ronda Rousey admits she never learned how to lose: 'I did a whole lot of crying' after UFC defeats

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Ronda Rousey broke down in tears Wednesday night as she spoke out publicly for the first time about the painful aftermath of the two stunning defeats that prompted the end of her UFC career.

Rousey (12-2 MMA, 6-2 UFC) has remained silent on the shocking upset to Holly Holm in 2015 that broke her unbeaten record in MMA, and the crushing beatdown she suffered against Amanda Nunes a year later.

However, during a public question and answer session hosted by Hollywood director Peter Berg at the Wild Card West boxing gym, Rousey revealed just how deeply the loss of her reputation as the biggest star in the UFC had hurt.

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Post #1   4/26/18 3:07:29PM   

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Decent article until she states "It's a privilege to hear me speak" .. wow, FU. Sore loser? Sure. Spoiled brat? Definitely!

Post #2   4/27/18 11:14:04AM   

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She was happy in the UFC when she was winning because she was being pampered and most likely given 100% of what she asked for. Once she got KTFO and that Holm footage was on repeat for hype when advertising Holm, she got bitter, sour and went into hiding and you saw her demeanor change. It is clear that she is a mentally weak individual that can't handle adversity. Which is weird to fathom because she was an olympic athlete.Either way, good riddance. She can go and get her paper belt over there in the WWE. I am still a fan of her fight career but she does not appear to be a stand-up individual.

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Posted by tildengolfer

She was happy in the UFC when she was winning because she was being pampered and most likely given 100% of what she asked for. Once she got KTFO and that Holm footage was on repeat for hype when advertising Holm, she got bitter, sour and went into hiding and you saw her demeanor change. It is clear that she is a mentally weak individual that can't handle adversity. Which is weird to fathom because she was an olympic athlete.Either way, good riddance. She can go and get her paper belt over there in the WWE. I am still a fan of her fight career but she does not appear to be a stand-up individual.

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her WWE career will be short lived..my friends who still keep up with wrestling, are saying Ronda will only last prolly as long as Shamrock did in WWE..5yrs tops..and they say Shamrock had better mic skills and in ring talent (since Shamrock has wrestling background) compared to Ronda..

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Posted by tildengolfer

She was happy in the UFC when she was winning because she was being pampered and most likely given 100% of what she asked for. Once she got KTFO and that Holm footage was on repeat for hype when advertising Holm, she got bitter, sour and went into hiding and you saw her demeanor change. It is clear that she is a mentally weak individual that can't handle adversity. Which is weird to fathom because she was an olympic athlete.Either way, good riddance. She can go and get her paper belt over there in the WWE. I am still a fan of her fight career but she does not appear to be a stand-up individual.

I'll leave you with this...










her WWE career will be short lived..my friends who still keep up with wrestling, are saying Ronda will only last prolly as long as Shamrock did in WWE..5yrs tops..and they say Shamrock had better mic skills and in ring talent (since Shamrock has wrestling background) compared to Ronda..



Funny you bring that up. I watched her official ‘debut’ via social media. She looked unpolished. I understand it’s her first go-round so she can always improve. But her choreography was atrocious. Missing & slipping transitions. Shit looked bad. Real bad.

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She was unbearable in that golic interview. He really was trying to have a decent interview and either she thought she was hilarious or asking if she's done in the UFC is off the table. Jr torched her the following day to my delight

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Overcoming loss is true adversity, not a tough win...bouncing back when you're down and out...that is adversity, not never being down.
She is not mentally tough, she is physically very tough. There is a dramatic distance that is very visable with her...skills and acomplishment will always be respected, people not so much.

She sucks...

Post #8   5/10/18 10:46:57AM