Ronda Rousey, like her or not, she does remind you of Muhammad Ali, Mike Tyson, Roy Jones... When they were at the top of their game and were undisputed champions of the world. And for them to be champions, they had to be super confident to win, super cocky to draw in the crowds, super arrogant to create buzz about their next fight and super successful to become legendary. And as it goes with all the legends, their fall was, is and always will be inevitable. Because no kingdom is eternal, no champion will hold their title forever (If they keep on fighting) and no being is truly eternal and immortal (They just live for a very long time). And so it is for Ronda Rousey who has finally been dealt her first loss as a champion and therefore dethroned as the undisputed champion, just like Ali, Tyson, Jones along with many others.
But now with Ronda's first defeat at the hands of Holly Holm, the real test comes as to whether she can get knocked down and get back up. Or is it all over for her? But one thing that amazes me is how quickly so many have turned against her, how so many are enjoying her first public defeat so much that they don't realize they can drive her into a deep depression that she may never comes out of. And that is how Society is, when you are on top, they all love you, they all beg you to do more tricks for them, they all want you to entertain them more and more and keep feeding their need for a hero. But as soon as you fall for a second, then they turn on you, they quickly say you had it coming, they post nasty things about you and they do their best to make sure they drive you to committing suicide. And so for these reasons and more, I fear for Ronda Rousey. But here is a little bio. about her:
Ronda Jean Rousey was born on February 1, 1987, in Riverside, California. Born with her umbilical cord wrapped around her neck, Rousey nearly died from a lack of oxygen and sustained slight brain damage, which impeded her ability to speak an intelligible word until she was 6.
A tragedy fell upon the family when Rousey's dad, Ron, broke his back while sledding with his daughters. A blood disorder prevented him from healing properly, and after learning he would be a paraplegic in the few years he had left to live, he committed suicide when Rousey was 8. Ronda's Judo career is a storied one. At 17 she became the youngest judoka in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. That same year she won a gold medal at the World Junior Judo Championships in Budapest, and in 2006 she became the first U.S. female in almost 10 years to win an A-Level tournament going 5-0 to clench the gold at the World Cup in Great Britain. At 19 she won the bronze medal at the Junior World Championships. She is the first U.S. athlete to win two Junior World Medals. In 2007 she added a silver at the World Judo Championships and a gold at the Pan American Games. The pinnacle of her Judo career was a bronze at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing. Rousey became the first American to win an Olympic medal in women's Judo
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