“I think it was very good for the women’s division, and I think it definitely needed to happen. But you couldn’t pay me $10 million to do it again. How could people possibly know who you are from a couple of clips of a video that people are seeing out of context? That’s no way for people to get to know you, so I’m just preparing for people to get the worst idea of who I am.”
UFC female bantamweight champion, Ronda Rousey, discussed her recent coaching gig on the UFC’s hit reality show, ‘The Ultimate Fighter’, with USA Today.
Ronda coaches opposite her longtime rival Miesha Tate and the two served as the first ever female coaches in the show’s 18-season history.