Ronda Rousey: I'm Not a 'Do-Nothing B---H'

Brian Oswald@@briancoswaldMMA Editor July 30, 2015

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It's Ronda Rousey week on the Internet. That means everything she says and does is a possible talking point. And anything anyone famous says about her is potential fodder, too. 

Last night, the UFC released Episode 2 of UFC 190 Embedded. The embedded series is a fairly popular video blog series that the UFC puts out in the lead-up to a big fight card. It follows the fighters around as they gear up for Saturday night's festivities. 

Rousey always seems to have something fresh to throw into the fold.

This time, she drops a term of hers that she uses for the kind of woman her mom raised her to not be—she calls it a 'do nothing b---h,' or a 'DNB.' It is a label she has for the kinda "chick" (her words, not ours) who tries to be pretty and be taken care of by somebody else. 

YouTube Screenshot from UFC's Embedded Series

Whatever you think of Rousey and her moxie, she's never been one to pull her punches. Some may even laud Rousey for setting a good example for other women to follow. She'll certainly never be mistaken for a Stepford wife. 

Rousey goes on to talk about her body being considered masculine by some. She finds the notion hilarious and says that just because her body was built for a purpose other than "f--king' millionaires" doesn't make it masculine. "I think it's femininely bad ass as f--k," she exclaims. 

Rousey fights in Brazil this weekend at UFC 190 versus Brazil's own Bethe Correia. From the looks of it, though, Rousey may have more support than any Brazilian competing on the card. 

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