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‘Rowdy’ Ronda Rousey is easily the biggest women’s combat sports athlete of all time. After winning a medal for Judo in the 2008 Summer Olympics, Rousey had transitioned into MMA. Her MMA career was highly successful and she was the biggest reason why women’s MMA is so popular today. After suffering two brutal back to back defeats, Rousey moved on from MMA and joined the WWE. Her first official match at Wrestlemania 34 was a hit and many considered it to be the match of the night. Rousey’s mother, Dr. AnnMaria De Mars has now revealed that she gave Rousey some valuable advise.

De Mars was recently in a conversation with MMA Junkie. She talked about how everyone should when to let go and how advised Ronda to switch the UFC for WWE. Here’s what she had to say:

I’ve told her that, and I tell all my girls that, and I tell graduate students that I teach that you don’t owe anybody else your life, and you don’t live your life by other people’s expectations, So, I think it’s really great that she’s doing what she’s happy about doing now. And, yes, I think it’s the right thing in life to try help other people and make the world a little bit better when you can.

But if you get to the point where you’re not, I just think too many people get out of bed, and they’re not excited to face the day, and it doesn’t have to be like that. And so, if you don’t feel like that, you should change.

I think everybody needs to know when to go, And when you’re in a sport – and I say this for anybody, not just Ronda or UFC or judo or whatever – but when you’re in a sport and when the tournament’s over the biggest thing is relief that you didn’t lose or relief that it’s over – that’s the time to go. You know?

You should be going into an event and be excited to be there. ‘This is so great, I get to beat people up, and they’re not gonna arrest me.’ You should feel great about being in it and not just it being over and, ‘Oh my god, nothing bad happened.’ So I think she’s really enjoying the journey, and I’m really happy.

 

UFC: Ronda Rousey's mother reveals her advise to her daughter - Ronda Rousey
Ronda Rousey is now in the WWE!

‘Rowdy’ Ronda Rousey is easily the biggest women’s combat sports athlete of all time. After winning a medal for Judo in the 2008 Summer Olympics, Rousey had transitioned into MMA. Her MMA career was highly successful and she was the biggest reason why women’s MMA is so popular today. After suffering two brutal back to back defeats, Rousey moved on from MMA and joined the WWE. Her first official match at Wrestlemania 34 was a hit and many considered it to be the match of the night. Rousey’s mother, Dr. AnnMaria De Mars has now revealed that she gave Rousey some valuable advise.

De Mars was recently in a conversation with MMA Junkie. She talked about how everyone should when to let go and how advised Ronda to switch the UFC for WWE. Here’s what she had to say:

I’ve told her that, and I tell all my girls that, and I tell graduate students that I teach that you don’t owe anybody else your life, and you don’t live your life by other people’s expectations, So, I think it’s really great that she’s doing what she’s happy about doing now. And, yes, I think it’s the right thing in life to try help other people and make the world a little bit better when you can.

But if you get to the point where you’re not, I just think too many people get out of bed, and they’re not excited to face the day, and it doesn’t have to be like that. And so, if you don’t feel like that, you should change.

I think everybody needs to know when to go, And when you’re in a sport – and I say this for anybody, not just Ronda or UFC or judo or whatever – but when you’re in a sport and when the tournament’s over the biggest thing is relief that you didn’t lose or relief that it’s over – that’s the time to go. You know?

You should be going into an event and be excited to be there. ‘This is so great, I get to beat people up, and they’re not gonna arrest me.’ You should feel great about being in it and not just it being over and, ‘Oh my god, nothing bad happened.’ So I think she’s really enjoying the journey, and I’m really happy.

 

 

 

 

 

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