The issue is Rousey isn't looking the most slender or most appealing in this photo. Here is a photo of Ronda Rousey in her younger days, looking to have a little too much fun with a female friend. She is pulling on her bathing suit so her twins are partially exposed and a little too much of her stomach is showing for parents' liking. But all things considered, Rousey should care a little more about what the younger generation of fans think about her.
You're not sure what she's trying to endorse here, but there's no doubt that Rousey knows how to evoke a reaction out of anybody. While the fashion choice may be questionable, it's Ronda Rousey; like she's going to look bad in a bikini of any kind. She almost has the look on her face that's asking you to join her. There are other pictures of her from this shoot where she's standing dead center in front of the camera, yet there's something about her being slightly behind the curtain that increases th appeal.
Now fans know professional athletes do these types of shoots all the time. If a common fan puts up a ludicrous photo, the worst that happens is that they get criticized by family, friends, and ones close to them. How many of us have a legion of photographers looking to get any kind of photo of us that is notable in any way? But if Rousey doesn't want to pack on the pounds, she might want to keep sticking to a strict diet and not display shameful photos like this one. She is sending a mixed message here by saying it is good to display your beauty but you have to do so in minimal clothing.
Plus, the sun shining in the back with her hair blowing in the wind is another reason why she looks great in a bikini. While we will never know if her embarrassment was simply due to the loss she suffered or if her face had become puffy or bruised in some manner, one thing is clear. It sure isn't a bad sight on a beach. It's a well balanced photo. Her face seems disinterested in the reporter and her mouth seems to be making a weird shape that isn't typically photographed. She also is caught again with her mouth open, not the best look in the world.
This is one of the lesser shamed photos of Rousey in her life as a whole, but still noticeable enough to make this list. She competed on the Jr. The very fact that we are looking at it means one of two things transpired. Plus, her swimsuit photos are to die for. Whether it is a big playoff game, a regular season game in the beginning of the season, or a fight in this case; losing is the worst.
All over her body was a tiger face just lying there as the water washes upon her. After this judo match, however, she seems to have decided to go another way. . But that doesn't mean they can't do it in a classy sort of way. Her hair up in a bun, sitting on the set, she already knows she looks good.
The striped swimsuit overlapping each part makes the eyes want move back and forth. This is shameful for the simple sense that it is in public. A beautiful woman whose arms look larger because she has turned herself into a lean mean fighting machine, whoever decided to do that to her arms should give themselves a shake. Athletes take some regrettable photos all of the time, but with Rousey; it seems to make the spotlight brighter. The pinnacle of her Judo career was a bronze at the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing.
She is the first U. Here we see Rousey hiding her face following her defeat to Holm at the airport. This picture shows the athleticism of Rousey, yet also displays her ability to look graceful whenever she feels like it. Imagine a little girl flipping the bird to her parents because she saw Rousey do it? It can be something as simple as losing a friend, a family member, even clothing. We can expect many more of these types of shoots in the future. What fans didn't see very much was when Rousey was being out maneuvered and had less stamina in her later fights.
Lying down on sand, the top half of her bikini is shaped similar to a hairnet giving more appeal to her breasts. She expresses that every day as she works as hard as she can to be the best. Someone whose body is her profession, Ronda depends on her physical prowess in order to dominate women in the octagon. At 17 she became the youngest judoka in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. Seeing her opponent face to face is one of the ways she intimidates her opponents because of the incredible strength and quickness that she has.