Ronda Rousey Once Beat Up Two Massive Guys So Badly They 'Filed Charges Against Her,' Says Dana White
Dana White once claimed that UFC legend Ronda Rousey was involved in a street fight with two massive men and inflicted some serious damage to the pair.
Rousey, 32, was a pioneer for women in combat sport and was the first female fighter to be inducted into the UFC Hall of Fame.
And UFC president White told EsNews in 2014 that the men filed charges against the former MMA superstar, despite starting the fight in the first place.
The 50-year-old UFC chief explained: "Listen, this is a true story. [Ronda] got into a street fight with two huge guys in a movie theatre.
"She hurt them both so bad they went to the police department and filed charges against her, when they're the ones that started the fight with her.
"That was before she started fighting. That was when she was doing judo alone."
Rousey, who transitioned to WWE after her career in MMA, has confirmed that the incident took place.
During an appearance on Power 106 FM in 2014, she recalled how the situation at the movie theatre ended up turning into an all-out brawl.
Rousey said she went to watch the movie Juno and the girl sat behind her put her feet up on the back of her chair.
The girl, who was joined by her boyfriend and three other couples, initially nudged Rousey in the head with her shoe.
When she told the girl to stop doing it, she gave Rousey a dirty look and continued to test the patience of the UFC legend.
Rousey, who is on hiatus from WWE, finally snapped and took the girl's shoe and lobbed it across the theatre before telling her to "get some manners."
According to Rousey, two of the men from the group approached her and demanded that she retrieve the shoe.
When the former UFC women's bantamweight champ refused, a shoving contest took place and that proved to be the last straw.
Rousey punched one of the guys in the face several times before she dealt with the other attacker by throwing him to the ground.
The group had annoyed theatregoers so much that they stood and applauded Rousey during the incident.
The two men attempted to press charges against her by claiming that she had attacked one of the girls first.
However, the police didn't charge Rousey with any wrongdoings after they learned what had happened at the theatre.
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