UFC bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey isn't one to complain, but she has to admit that her increasing fame comes with a few catches. Having baby llamas in Brazil named after you because of your rising popularity can't be that bad, but not being able to finish your lunch wrap before it gets all soggy and messy because of constant interruptions could start to get old.
"The more famous you get, the harder it gets to eat," Rousey recently told Cosmopolitan magazine.
"At one of my favorite places to eat after training, I literally double-fist my food with a wrap in one hand and a forkful of salad in the other -- but every time a fan approaches me, which can happen a dozen times throughout the meal, I have to put my food down to talk. There was one day when I tried to take a bite five times in a row, and it just didn't work out."
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Rousey insists that she is much more patient than her friends and teammates are, on her behalf. "Sometimes people I'm eating with will get impatient and be like, 'God----, just let her eat her sandwich,' " the champ says.
"But I have a lot of patience and I'm happy to talk to people. The only thing that bothers me is when my wrap starts to fall apart from picking it up and putting it down too many times. You need to get a good grip on a wrap to eat it!"
We know that struggle all too well. However, we're guessing that Rousey's wraps are a bit more on the healthy and manageable side than the "burritos suiza as big as your head" variety that we're used to eating.