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Ronda Rousey Bares All For Maxim Magazine!


That’s right folks, step on up. See Ronda Rousey, and I mean all of Ronda Rousey, in the September edition of Maxim Magazine.

Ronda poses nearly naked (again, first time for ESPN) for Maxim magazine, after years of bashing women who’d do this sort of thing. I say good for her. It seems like those who aren’t getting offers from Maxim and ESPN magazine are always trash talking those that do. Rousey is the first ever UFC women’s champion. She is only 26 years old, and her career is blooming in every line of work. Recently she appeared in ESPN’s body issue, and Sylvester Stallone has now casted her to appear in “The Expendables 3”. Currently she is preparing to do battle with Miesha Tate for the second time in her short career. This fight will take place after the two of them coach The Ultimate Fighter season 8, which is the first season to feature men and women in the same house.

Ronda’s career started early, when she earned a bronze medal in the Judo Olympics. She made her mixed martial arts debut as an amateur in August, 2010. She defeated Hayden Munoz by submission due to an armbar in 23 seconds. This was the start of the most successful career in woman’s MMA to date. Rousey beat Miesha Tate, taking her Strikeforce title on March 3, 2012 in Columbus, Ohio. She defeated Tate by submission due to an armbar in the first round, and was crowned the new Strikeforce Women’s Bantamweight Champion. She defended her strikeforce belt until moving to the UFC where she was proclaimed champion, she has defended her title a single time against Liz Carmouche.

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Coming from a family of fighters, and growing up on the jiujitsu mats of half a dozen MMA schools in Orange County and Los Angeles, Adam Brennan is a well informed member of the rapidly growing Mixed Martial Art community. As a competitor in the sport, he is very opinionated and vocal about both the flaws surrounding it and it's positive impacts on the martial arts community. Adam's love for the sport drives him to advocate solutions to issues and promote the successes. Dreaming of a career as a fighter, Adam spends his days as working two jobs and training hard every night at Kings MMA in Huntington Beach. Being a huge advocate of better athlete pay and a fighter union, he will stop at nothing to do his part to help bring the sport to the next level.