Ronda Rousey’s film career appears set to continue with “Mile 22,” a film starring Mark Wahlberg and directed by Peter Berg, according to “The Hollywood Reporter.”Filed under: News, UFC
UFC's president was in New York City earlier this week to unveil Reebok's "Fight Kit," after which he shared his admiration for women's strawweight champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk, revealing his plan to bring the Polish powerhouse stateside. NEW...Show More Summary
Ronda Rousey has some strong words about UFC 190 opponent Bethe Correia, most notably that she intends to change the way Correia looks over the course of the fight.Filed under: Featured, News, UFC, Videos
I'd say that warrants another trip to Jimmy Kimmel Live. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is heading back to the big screen later this year to begin filming on her next movie project, the...Show More Summary
It’s a party! Iko Uwais and Ronda Rousey will be there as well. Read more...
The collaboration between actor/producer Mark Wahlberg and director/producer Peter Berg soldiers on following Entourage, Lone Survivor, and Ballers. Now Berg will make a film called Mile 22, an espionage thriller starring Wahlberg as...Show More Summary
The film was written by Graham Roland. Read the full article on AICN Looks like Ronda Rousey made a friend on ENTOURAGE. The UFC fighter will star alongside Mark Wahlberg and Iko Uwais in Peter Berg’s MILE 22, which they are currently...Show More Summary
Ronda Rousey, the undefeated Ultimate Fighting bantamweight champion and the World's Most Dangerous Woman, is known for a brutal signature move where she hyperextends an opponent's elbow, but she got her start in a sport that forbids punches or kicks. Judo was supposed to be the path for the 28-year-old,... More »
Ronda Rousey is a month away from her UFC 190 showdown with Bethe Correia in Brazil, and appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to discuss her (...)
Goodbye curvy cutie, hello U.S.S. Rowdy. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel last night (Weds., July 1, 2015) -- again -- to promote her upcoming title fight against Bethe Correia in the UFC 190 pay-per-view (PPV) main event on Aug. Show More Summary
Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned, unless that woman is UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, who has announced she will inflict a "devastatingly embarrassing" punishment on Bethe Correia when the two meet at UFC 190. Rousey isn't intimidated by fighting in front of Correia's home crowd in Rio de Janeiro on Aug. Show More Summary
Ronda Rousey was at the unveiling of Reebok's new UFC "Fight Kit" in New York City on Tuesday (June 30, 2015) and the women's bantamweight champion looked back over the last four years, as well as ahead to UFC 190, where she wants to...Show More Summary
Bro, watch your hands by the championship goods. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey was "aggressively rubbed" by the orderly charged with wiping her skin down with make-up. That's one of many...Show More Summary
UFC unveiled its new Reebok fight kits that fighters will be required to wear starting at UFC 189, and though opinion is split on the look (...)
The UFC and Reebok today unveiled fighters’ new uniform “fight kits” at a special presentation in New York. We talked to Ronda Rousey about the role she played in the creation of the women’s kits. Filed under: Featured, Featured Videos, News, (...)
This morning, Ultimate Fighting world champ Ronda Rousey stepped out in New York wearing a gray jumpsuit with one shoulder strap and a strategically placed side cutout. Rousey — recently christened the World's Most Dangerous Woman — oozed confidence in striped heels and a fishtail braid, looking like a superheroine come to life. We suspect that torso-length zipper... More »
NEW YORK CITY – The UFC and Reebok today unveiled their new “fighter kits,” and the organization’s biggest stars, including champion Ronda Rousey and UFC 189 headliner Conor McGregor, were there to model them.Filed under: Featured Videos, News, (...)
And don't think Ortiz forgot to address all you "haters" out there.
From Seth MacFarlane's perspective, getting NFL star Tom Brady to do a cameo in "Ted 2" was a no-brainer, the casting equivalent of having a receiver wide open in the end zone.
UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is again in the running to win ESPY, one year after she became the first MMA fighter to take home the award.Filed under: News