Further endearing herself to scores of fans everywhere, while possibly scaring the living daylights out of a smaller, shadier portion, Strikeforce bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey recently elaborated on a story that had surfaced in recent months surrounding a physical confrontation she experienced years back while watching a movie.

Rousey, while as a guest on ESPN’s Highly Questionable with Dan LeBatard, brought the unsanctioned bout up while addressing earlier comments she’d made about beating up former title-holder Miesha Tates boyfriend Bryan Caraway, a 135-pounder on the UFC's roster.

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“I got jumped by a bunch of guys in a movie theater and I beat them up and then everyone clapped. and then I was like, 'Maybe I should fight in front of people, people tend to like it.' That was one of my first MMA experiences,” Rousey stated.

"They wouldn't let me leave and they pushed me. So, I was technically in the 'kidnap situation,' I learned this from my lawyer, and was fearing for my life, so I had to defend myself. So I did defend myself very well ... and so they sued me. Whatever,” she continued in a ho-hum manner. "The good thing was, it was an aisle, so I had them between the seats and the wall, so they couldn't get around me, so I had them one at a time. So, it was actually a good situation for a multi-person fighting situation."

Perhaps Caraway, who Rousey called “some average to below average MMA guy”, should watch out after all.

Check out the full interview below:


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