Ronda Rousey playing villain could help women’s MMA – USA TODAY

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USA TODAY
LAS VEGAS — For a breakout superstar, Ultimate Fighting Championship women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has had to get used to the sound of boos in a hurry. It probably helps that she’s getting a lot of practice these days and figures to get
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