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“Me and Liz Carmouche felt bigger” – Ronda Rousey on UFC vs. WWE

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In an exclusive sitdown interview, UFC Hall of Famer Ronda Rousey talks to Megan Olivi about the difference between competing in MMA, the Olympics, and WWE. “Rowdy” also recounts her starstruck interaction with Joan Jett at WrestleMania. Watch the entire interview on YouTube.com/ufc.
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