It seems as if Ronda Rousey has become the biggest household name pertaining to competitive sports. Just over the course of this year, Rousey has made an “electrifying Appearance” at Wrestlemania 31, was featured in the movies The Expendables 3, Furious 7, and Entourage, and wrote a memoir, My Fight/Your Fight. Did we mention Ronda Rousey is the current UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion with an 11-0 undefeated streak?
Summarized, Ronda Rousey is sitting on top of the world, granted with the moniker of “Most Dominant Athlete Alive” and “World’s Most Dangerous Woman.” Yet Rousey isn’t immune from fear and she recently revealed what she is most afraid of.
According to Rant Sports, Ronda Rousey revealed her greatest fear in her phenomenal feature in Rolling Stone. The feature utilizes a wordsmith technique, painting a picture of Rousey’s life, the part in which she sleeps peacefully in her Venice Beach, California, bungalow nude in the sheets. Apparently, Rousey doesn’t mind being nude at home as well as on the cover of ESPN’s Body, which generally isn’t an uncommon practice for many single people at all. What is peculiar is why the feature emphasized it, and it all comes down to Ronda Rousey’s greatest fear.
No, it is not any living person or a stereotypical fear like spiders or heights. What Ronda Rousey is most afraid of is experiencing a “wardrobe malfunction” in the Octagon.
“The first Miesha fight, she got her hooks in from behind, and I was like, ‘Oh, I can get out of here easy.’ But if I did, I would flash everyone, so I had to figure out a way to pull her feet out where my business was facing down, not facing the world.”
“And then I have a phobia about camel toe. I swear to God, every time after I win, even before I take my mouth guard out, I pull my shorts down, and it’s because I have a phobia of high-def camel toe, people zooming in on the Internet and everything. It’s always, first thing, fix the camel toe!”
That sounds kind of weird given the fact that Ronda Rousey has posed nude for magazine shoots. However, in those shoots, Rousey doesn’t show anything explicit. If a nip were to slip or her bare butt were exposed, Rousey would be right about the internet, in which it would have a field day. Also, it is reported that the only reason Rousey even posed nude in ESPN’s Body in the first place is because her ex-boyfriend had nude pictures of her. If the public was going to see her in the nude, Ronda Rousey would show it on her own terms.
In conclusion, Rant Sports probably provided the best statement in what should be done pertaining to Ronda Rousey’s greatest fear.
“Let’s hope the garment industry steps in and revolutionizes Rousey’s fight gear — helping her to refocus on kicking butts without accidentally baring hers.”
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