Don’t expect to catch UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey signing books at your local Walmart, because the MMA mega-star’s biography has been banned from the powerhouse retailer.
PageSix.com has it:
Walmart — the largest seller of guns and ammo in the country — is refusing to sell a book by cage-fighting cutie Ronda Rousey on the grounds that she’s too violent.
“My Fight/Your Fight” (due May 12 from Regan Arts) has pre-sold thousands of copies at Barnes & Noble, and the ravishing Rousey is already booked on “Good Morning America,” “CBS This Morning” and other shows. But the mouth-breathers at Walmart will be denied.
“I’m shocked, shocked to discover that censorship is going on in America!” snarked publisher Judith Regan.
Rousey, the UFC 135-pound bantamweight champ, will grow even bigger — figuratively — with her appearances in “Furious 7,” which opened Friday, and the “Entourage” movie, coming in June.
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