Ronda Rousey files trademark for ‘F—k Them All’ ahead of UFC return

Ronda Rousey files trademark for ‘F—k Them All’ ahead of UFC return

Ronda Rousey is again on top of Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) News.

The former women’s bantamweight champion won’t be returning to the octagon until later his year, however, Rousey is already making business preparations for it. Rousey has filed for five trademarks involving the acronym “FTA” which stands for “F—k Them All”.

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Ronda Rousey’s newest trademark would make way for fresh apparels, electronics and other accessories. Business will surely boom for the 29-year-old ahead of her return to UFC once again.

Rousey has filed trademarks for other acronyms before, including “DNB”, which stands for “Do Nothing B—h”. She used the phrase during her first MMA bantamweight title defeat to Holly Holm.

Rousey is still some way off before entering the octagon again. She has recently expressed contemplating suicide after the bout on the Ellen DeGeneres Show. However, she is much better now mentally.

“What am I anymore if I’m not this? I’m nothing. What do I do anymore?” Rousey said.

In the same interview, Ronda Rousey confirmed of her return to MMA and facing Holly Holm again. Filing five trademarks is just the beginning. In “FTA” Rousey has found the catchphrase that will motivate her.

Ronda Rousey may find motivation in “FTA” but many within the social community have found it indecent. Podcaster Steven Crowder is not a fan of the acronym.

Rousey has sent a clear message to her critics who doubt her credibility after one loss. She has signaled her intent of dominating the UFC scene once again.

The American mixed martial artist has never been afraid of challenges in the past and this looks like the biggest of them all.

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