American society needs Strikeforce women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey. More specifically, millions of young girls need her as a role model, someone to look up to and emulate. Think about it. America faces a cultural crisis regarding the current generation of young women. Who do they have to look up to? What inspirational females are there for them? What heroes do they have? Is there a Marie Curie to inspire them to study science? Is there a Billie Jean King to get them to believe they are equal in athletic (and societal) standing to males? No.
Looks like Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion Ronda Rousey might be softening her stance on people who pose nude in Playboy, considering she's been mixing it up with former cover girl and Baywatch babe Carmen Electra. Rousey,... Read Post
Because women, the longtime Octagon girl argues, should be building each other up, not tearing each other down. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Octagon girl Arianny Celeste appreciates what women's bantamweight champion Ronda R... Read Post
Ronda Rousey is an MMA champion, but she played the role of model for the 2012 issue of ESPN The Magazine's annual body issue. The Strikeforce bantamweight champion spent some time with the magazine's camera crew to take some pictur... Read Post