Ronda Rousey Gives Second Painfully Awkward Interview On ESPN, Goes After Max Kellerman For Asking Question About Her MMA Career

It’s been a rough day former UFC superstar Ronda Rousey who is currently promoting her upcoming appearance at next month’s Wrestlemania.

Early this morning, Rousey made things very awkward with Mike Golic of the Golic and Wingo show when he asked her if she was willing to get back into MMA.

Golic: Let’s go back and start when you knew from the MMA when you were done there. When you knew in your mind, “I’m not going to fight anymore?”

Rousey: I never said that.

Golic: Ah, so there is a possibility that you could go back in time?

: There’s a possibility that I could go back in time? That’s your question to me?

Golic: Go back in time, and fight. Go back in the octagon.

Rousey: I do not have the ability to go back in time, no.

Golic: Would you fight again?

Rousey: I don’t know.

Rousey would later appear on First Take and she made things awkward when Kellerman asked her a legitimate question on why she had so many haters.

Max Kellerman: Why do you think there was a negative backlash to you after your loss?


In other words you must be aware in the MMA world there was a lot of people saying “she was overrated” and my point of view was that you achieved amazing heights and almost no one wins forever but there seemed to be an unusual amount of negative pushback after your loss. Did you not experience that?

Rousey: I experienced a lot of people who quote some people that are really afraid to state their own opinion.

This is nothing new for Rousey. At the tail end of her MMA career she was notorious for hanging up on conference calls and ducking reporters who were willing to ask her any sort of tough question. For someone as “badass” as Rousey says she is, she’s pretty thin skinned.