Twitter Reacts to Ronda Rousey's Awkward ESPN First Take, Mike Golic Interviews

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Twitter Reacts to Ronda Rousey's Awkward ESPN First Take, Mike Golic Interviews

It's all too easy for Max Kellerman to bring up one of the most trying time of Rousey's life and ask her to speak coherently on live television.

In the first extended peak at Rousey in the ring, we get a look at how she'll compete.

If you're still wondering how seriously Ronda Rousey is taking her return to the ring for WWE. why? A full transcription of the exchange is as follows: Golic: Let's go back and start with when you knew from the MMA, when you were done there.

Golic: "Go back in time, and fight".

Rousey: I never said that.

Rousey: "There's a possibility I could go back in time?". "Go back in the octagon".




When Kellerman asked if she thought it was his opinion, Rousey just shrugged.

While it would be easy to indict Rousey for being so unfriendly, I'd like to applaud her for not obliging ESPN. However, if people were calling her the best female athlete in the world, then ... The host told her it wasn't his opinion and lauded her accomplishments.

Rousey, who is considered as a veteran in the Mixed Martial Arts world, is certainly no stranger to a heavy workout routine-something which she has been following for the past few years during her time with the Ultimate Fighting Championship. We don't know, but we now know to never ask Rousey questions about UFC if given the opportunity. I think it's a very fair question from Golic.

Also having her first WrestleMania match and debut pro wrestling match is "Rowdy" Ronda Rousey.

Rousey was a big signing for WWE nonetheless, as she remains a massive crossover star who moves the needle among mainstream media. "That's me saying I read and heard from others and defended you".

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