Love or hate her, Ronda Rousey is real. She doesn't put on a front for the cameras and what you see is what you get. What that has caused is a polarization of her fans, like we said, love her or hate her.
The media has speculated how her portrayal on this season of the Ultimate Fighter has affected her public persona, and whether or not it has hurt or helped her 'image.'
But how has she personally felt she came off as a coach and person on this season? She doesn't know, as she hasn't watched an epsidoe:
"I still haven't watched any of the episodes. If you want to get the real person via a reality TV show you're not going to get the right person. For all I know Kim Kardashian could be a rocket scientist. I'm happy that a lot of people know the girls now and they got to fight on the big stage. I don't have to worry about leaving that Gina Carano void. I feel like I have a couple of heartbroken kids I have to go talk to and I'm stuck here talking to you guys."
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The fact of the matter is that it doesn't really matter if you love Ronda Rousey or hate her, the important thing is that you want to watch her fight. And that sells PPVs.
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