Then, in November, she announced on a national talk show that she prepares for her fights by trying "to have as much sex as possible."
So, now that Ronda Rousey has your attention, she'd like you to stay tuned through Saturday night, when, at Honda Center, she intends to force an openly gay ex-Marine who served three tours in Iraq to crumble beneath her overwhelming will.
No matter the result, Rousey and Liz Carmouche will make history, their bout the first time women have been featured in a UFC event.
And these two aren't just a warm-up, either, a pom-pom routine to rally the masses. They're the main event of UFC 157, sitting atop a fight card filled out by men with shaved heads and overgrown beards.
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