Ronda Rousey says UFC debut against Liz Carmouche ‘felt bigger’ than WrestleMania 35

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Date: 2019-05-15T15:00:00-04:00
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Rousey: UFC debut ‘felt bigger’ than headlining WrestleMania

Ronda Rousey made WWE history alongside Becky Lynch and Charlotte Flair at WrestleMania 35 last month while competing in the first-ever women’s headlining match.

As special as that moment was for Rousey, she says it doesn’t carry the same significance as her UFC debut against Liz Carmouche in 2013.

“(WrestleMania) felt big – it’s just, I think it just has to do with the time, with the perspective. Me and Liz Carmouche felt bigger to me,” Rousey said in an interview with UFC reporter Megan Olivi (starts at the 11:00 mark).

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Ronda Rousey Claims UFC Debut ‘Felt Bigger’ Than WrestleMania Main Event

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Ronda Rousey Says UFC Debut Was More ‘Pivotal’ Than Wrestlemania

Former women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey feels her UFC debut against Liz Carmouche was a ‘bigger’ moment than main eventing Wrestlemania.

After making her WWE debut last year, Rousey would need just one year to be among the first female wrestlers alongside Becky Lynch and Charlotte to headline Wrestlemania.

It was a big deal as Wrestlemania is not only the biggest WWE event of the year with an attendance of over 80,000 people this year, but is also a cultural phenomenon.

However, ‘Rowdy’ values a moment from her UFC career even higher in what was a cultural phenomenon in its own way.

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Video: Ronda Rousey Says She Did the ‘Easy Version’ of WWE in UFC Interview

Ronda Rousey sat down with Megan Olivi of the UFC in a one-on-one interview that included Rousey calling her year in WWE the “easy version.”

“It’s physical in a different way; the stress from fighting is much, much more,” Rousey said (at the 8:25 mark of the video below, which contains NSFW language). “… The training camp, the weeks leading up to it, the press and going to sleep every night thinking about it, that’s the real wear and tear’not the physical part of it.

“With fights you assume, ‘OK, I’ll give myself at least a month to recover after that.’ It’s a peaking system, you allow yourself to peak and crash. With WWE, it’s just a grind and it’s nonstop, and I did the easy version; everybody else does 300 days a year. Their bodies don’t get to rest as much as ours in MMA, but their minds get to rest a lot more than we do in MMA, I feel like. There’s no pressure on anything.”

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