Like Tiger Woods’ winning streak once upon a time, Ronda Rousey too has taken the UFC Women’s fights by surprise (and storm). She has the guts and the glory to gain an edge over her opponents and is simply unbeatable. And she is on a roll meaning that any temporary losses along the way are not going to affect her in any way.
Ronda Rousey is the best and she knows it. Her one move which comes in handy every time is termed the arm bar. She used it to great advantage but overall she is one lean and mean warrior who likes to have her own way in violent encounters.
Her each move is calculated yet instinctual. It is raw and realistic to the nth degree. And Ronda has to literally get down in the mud and work for a living. But the fact is that she is damned good at it.
In many ways comparing Ronda Rousey with Tiger Woods is not that far-off a metaphor. The two have so many things in common.
Ronda Rousey vs Alexis Davis Saturday, July 5th for the women’s bantamweight title in Las Vegas for International Fight Week!!!— Dana White (@danawhite) April 12, 2014
The fact that they are shining examples of winners that just refuse to quit is the most salient parallel that can be drawn between the two. And she is to fight Alexis Davis instead of Gina Carano soon.
Ronda has such an arsenal of rough and tough kicks and punches at her disposal that she can fight her opponents with one hand tied behind her back. And the more people try to predict her demise and fall, the more she defies them by coming back stronger than ever.
Rather like the phoenix that arises from its ashes, Ronda Rousey has the uncanny skills to reinvent herself time after time. She’s unstoppable and her path to fighter superstardom lies clear for it is littered with the tired, aching and bruised bodies of the competitors she has hurt badly.