Ronda Rousey Appreciates Getting Shout-Out in Demi Lovato's New Song

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistOctober 21, 2015

Aug 1, 2015; Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil; Ronda Rousey (red gloves) looks on prior to her fight against Bethe Correia (not pictured) during UFC 190 at HSBC Arena. Mandatory Credit: Jason Silva-USA TODAY Sports
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Getting a shout-out in a song is kind of a big deal, so when UFC star Ronda Rousey found out her name was used in one of Demi Lovato's new songs, she was honored.

Lovato recently released her new album, Confident. It was in the song "Stars" that she found a way to give a quick shout-out to the dominant fighter.

Knock 'em all out, beat 'em like Rousey.

Of course, Lovato has made it clear in the past that she's a pretty big Rousey fan:

Now, the singer has found a way to show her respect for the fighter.

Lovato made sure Rousey knew about the shout-out and why she included the line:

As a result, the UFC star and the singer showed some love for each other:

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In case you were wondering, the two have met before, via Twitter user Delena Brazil:

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