UFC Legend Ronda Rousey Once Put Floyd Mayweather In His Place With A Brutal Comment

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UFC Legend Ronda Rousey Once Put Floyd Mayweather In His Place With A Brutal Comment

UFC legend Ronda Rousey once called out boxing legend Floyd Mayweather and brutally told him to "learn to read and write" after he took a swipe at her.



And White's comments didn't sit well with Mayweather, who suggested that he didn't know who Rousey was and even referred to her as "he" in an interview.

Mayweather, 43, didn't waste the opportunity to take another dig at Rousey by saying that she should earn at least $300m before talking about him.

SB Nation reports that Rousey pulled no punches when she responded to the former five-division champ's $300m comments, calling him out for his reading problems.

The 33-year-old American star said at the time: "I actually did the math and, given the numbers of my last fight, I'm actually the highest-paid UFC fighter, and I'm a woman.


"I think I actually make two to three times more than he does per second... so when he learns to read and write, he can text me."

Rap legend 50 Cent, who has had an ongoing rivalry with Mayweather, has also taken a swipe at 'Money' over his reading ability.


UFC superstar Conor McGregor called out Mayweather's reading skills during his memorable trash-talking rant in the build-up to their 2017 blockbuster mega-fight.

Rousey, who retired from MMA after suffering back-to-back defeats, was tipped to beat Mayweather in a fight by Filipino superstar Manny Pacquiao.

Pacquiao said in 2015: "[Can she beat him?] I believe so. She's strong. Strong enough to beat Floyd Mayweather in MMA."


However, UFC Hall of Famer Rousey argued that wouldn't be the case in a no-holds-barred fight, saying that she could "beat anyone on this planet."

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Topics: Baddest Woman on the Planet, Boxing News, UFC News, MMA News, Boxing, Money, UFC, Ronda Rousey, MMA, Floyd Mayweather

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