Ronda Rousey And Dana White’s Hilarious Reactions To Her Getting Hit On At UFC Press Conference
Ronda Rousey and Dana White both had hilarious responses when the MMA legend was asked if she was single at a UFC press conference.
The 33-year-old former MMA superstar was defending the women's bantamweight championship against Alexis Davis at UFC 175 in 2014.
But at a press conference ahead of the fight, one person decided to ask Rousey about her personal life and to find out whether or not she was playing the field.
"Ronda, Ronda, Ronda. Alright, so there's a collection of guys back there, we're all wanting to know what's your update on this history... are you dating? Are you still available?" he asked.
The UFC Hall of Famer started by saying she didn't want people to enter "into the habit of thinking my business is their business."
But Rousey, who retired from MMA after back-to-back defeats, also found the funny side of the question and insisted that she wasn't "surfing Tinder if you know what I mean."
The 'Baddest Woman on the Planet' said: "I don't want people to get into the habit of thinking my business is their business.
"But yeah, I'm not on Tinder right now [laughs]. I'm not surfing Tinder if you know what I mean."
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UFC president White wasted no time in adding the final nail in the coffin as he hilariously added: "She has a boyfriend, next question."
Fans also loved Rousey's response and were quick to share their thoughts on the exchange.
One YouTube commenter wrote: "Everyone hates Ronda but at least she has a sense of humor. Every press conference she's in she's the only one who laughs as much as the fans do. But haters gonna hate."
While user foxaldo7a said: "these are the good old days."
A third fan posted: "Used this for my Tinder bio, thanks lad."
And user CH03 added: "Watching this video is so crazy. It's only been 5 years and EVERYTHING has changed. Just goes to show how 5 years truly is a lifetime in this sport."
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