Ronda Rousey is the 43rd most desirable woman in the world according to

Ronda Rousey was named the 43rd most desirable woman in the world according to, and that’s cool and everything, and I’m gonna let them finish, but sometimes one has to consider the fortune awaiting someone who puts together something like the suitable for work That’s the 100% fictional suitable for work arm breaking fetish site (also the planet’s leading and only suitable for work arm breaking fetish site) that I just created in my mind. Ronda Rousey would be #1 on’s most desirable women list year after year, that’s an easy selection. I don’t personally dig the whole getting beat up by chicks thing, but I know there’s a market for it (???) and it’s niche enough to succeed. I would just work on the site I guess, and I bet the rest of the MiddleEasy crew would moonlight with me. Bauzen and his taco-themed broken arm photo spreads. Layzie making a video of an arm getting barred with a doobie between the fingers. Cat could have various roles, all including socks. Zeus would make it beautiful. I don’t know where I’m going with this fantasy, but I think it could reach dozens of people, if not hundreds.

Is Ronda Rousey the first chick to take an astonishingly violent road of broken bones to the top of a ‘most desirable’ list such as this? If so I think it’s a great thing. Think about it: 100 years ago women were concerned with suffrage, not how much suffering they were about to lay down on an opponent. Let’s hope Ronda blazes a trail to get more eyes on the women of MMA. If it were up to us, there would be a whole lot of female fighters on a list such as this. That’s the AskMen list, not the list. Even though they would make that one too.

Killers in the cage > Kardashians.


Published on December 12, 2012 at 1:13 am
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