The 28-year-old UFC fighter showed some serious cleavage when she posed in a black swimsuit for Self magazine. "I love feeling like I'm inhabiting the body of a ninja," she quipped, "like I could rob a liquor store with my bare hands if I wanted to."
While definitely in great shape, Rousey does admit during her interview with "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" star Chelsea Peretti that she indulges in a guilty pleasure after a fight.
"I eat about 50 hot wings. I love hot wings," she disclosed. "After my last fight, one of the UFC owners flew in a private chef from São Paulo to Rio de Janeiro so that he could make me hot wings, because there are no hot wings in Rio! That’s how important they are to me."
Rousey clearly has no issue flaunting her feminine figure for Self. But when it comes to her professional life, she doesn't want her gender to play a part in her success. "I want my name to be mentioned along with Mike Tyson and Muhammad Ali," she declares. "And I don't want the word woman to be in front of champion."
Rousey has impressed another fellow feminist. Beyonce has used the athlete's inspiring "do nothing bitch" speech during her performances, and that thrills Rousey. "To be honest, it's a honor to have a real powerhouse of a woman like Beyonce just recognize my existence," she told ET. "Such a huge compliment, I couldn't be more grateful."