Ronda Rousey is still not over her crushing loss to Holly Holm for the UFC championship belt. The fighter admitted she’s still ‘really f***ing sad’ during a candid interview about overcoming defeat, her recovery, and staying optimistic. HollywoodLife.com has the scoop.
Ronda Rousey, 28, shocked the world when she lost to Holly Holm, 34, during UFC’s Bantamweight title fight on Nov. 14. Despite Ronda’s best efforts to shake off the defeat, she’s still devastated mentally, emotionally and physically over the crushing loss. Now she’s revealing her deepest feelings over losing her championship belt!
Although Ronda is still bummed about her loss to Holly back in Nov., it won’t stop her from gracing the cover of ESPN The Magazine, according to People.com. “I’m still really f***king sad,” said Ronda during the interview.“It might be three to six months before I can eat an apple, let alone take an impact.” Ouch!
The former UFC champ is taking this opportunity to dish on her feelings post-loss and let the world know how she’s handling things. ”Maybe I can’t do it all before my prime, before my body is done,” she says. ”But f— it, maybe I can,” she says in the ‘Ideas Of The Year’ issue set to hit stands on Dec. 11.
Ronda has been known in the past to speak up about her strength and DGAF attitude when she famously claimed she’s ‘not a do-nothing bitch’. Well — You go girl! She wants to stay optimistic and prove that losing isn’t everything. PREACH. We’re all about Ronda’s positive attitude following a brutal kick to the face, leaving her unconscious and badly bruised. Her unapologetic and fearless mantra gives us all a little bit of encouragement to keep on keepin’ on! We are really getting excited about that much anticipated re-match.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Ronda will beat Holly the second time around?! Let us know your thoughts!