It seems like there are a lot of people invested emotionally in your success, right? And I've always fought above myself under pressure. That's what I always called myself, is a pressure fighter. And the more weight I put on myself, like, the better I do. If they were like tests, I would, like, kill it on tests. That's one of the reasons why we have these short fights.
Haschert has been in the Marines for a little more than two and half years.
UFC's biggest star recently sat down for a one-on-one exclusive interview with Sports Illustrated executive editor Jon Wertheim to talk underendowed ex-boyfriends, the history of the arm bar, her relationship with losing and more. dive bar with Rousey and, soon, she’s behind the bar itself, preparing her specialty drink, some crazy concoction of raspberry vodka, lemon vodka, simple syrup and Chambord. Here are some out-takes from her recent one-on-one session with Jon Wertheim, Sports Illustrated’s executive editor. So when people think like, Oh, your life must be like so weird.
To spend a day with Ronda Rousey is to hear about underendowed ex-boyfriends and the myth of the brontosaurus—“They mixed up the brachiosaurus and stegosaurus skeletal remains”—and the pros and cons of various hair-removal methods. I'm like, Well, I haven't had much of a taste for normal, so... I guess every day's different, every day's chaotic a little bit.
C., where he serves in 1st Battalion, 8th Marines, an infantry unit in which Haschert serves in the mortar section.
In 2004, the battalion participated in the battle of Fallujah and has deployed multiple times to Iraq and Afghanistan in the last 15 years.