Why Ronda Rousey is an Inspiration

Ronda Rousey, the number one woman MMA fighter is currently a hot topic all over the web. Some people might think she's over-hyped but there are many reason why she is loved!

1. She works hard to get to where she's at!

Ronda had a history of training before challenging Miesha Tate and take over the title as Strikeforce Women's Bantamweight Champion. If you watch the documentation above, her mom said, "She went from being introduced as AnnMaria's daughter to me being introduced as Ronda's mom. That flip came around when she was 16." On top of that she trained hard to win the Olympic medal for Judo.

2. She's determined.

Yes, she's talented and skilled. But I also think the reason why she earn the championship is she doesn't stop trying. She has a vision and she worked towards it.

3. She's positive body image role model.

Back in February, she modeled for Sport Illustrated's 2015 Swimsuit issue. Ronda told SI why she isn't going to take this for granted.

“I was so happy to have this opportunity because I really do believe that there shouldn’t be one cookie cutter body type that everyone is aspiring to be."

In addition, she also GAINED weight for the photoshoot.

“I felt like I was much too small for a magazine that is supposed to be celebrating the epitome of a woman. I wanted to be at my most feminine shape, and I don’t feel my most attractive at 135 pounds, which is the weight I fight at. At 150 pounds, I feel like I’m at my healthiest and my strongest and my most beautiful.”

But just like all of us, she wasn't always proud of her image. She told Cosmo,

“I grew up thinking that because my body type was uncommon, it was a bad thing. Now that I’m older, I’ve really begun to realize that I’m really proud that my body has developed for a purpose and not just to be looked at.”

4. She's the type of friend we all want.

If someone ever talk trash about her family or loved ones. She'll shut you up in 34 seconds.

5. She's proud of her achievement.

If there's something to take away from Ronda it is....

Don't stop believing,

work hard,

and be proud at what you do!

Hair & Beauty Enthusiast.
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