Ronda Rousey on loss: ‘That had to happen for me to learn certain things’

At a Reebok Luncheon for Inspirational Women on Tuesday in L.A. former UFC women’s bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey spoke to the group of ladies about how she deals with setbacks, what her recent loss has taught her and the value of self-belief. “A lot of people think they’re a good person because they don’t do this, and … Read more

Photos of the Day: Take a look at Brittney Palmer and Arianny Celeste in nothing but body paint

UFC Octagon girls Brittney Palmer and Arianny Celeste have traded in their clothes for body paint for a Super Bowl promo with The Chive and fortunately for you have decided to share some of their behind-the-scenes photos via Instagram

Self-Defense or Self-Offense: Three Tips for Remaining Safe

I made this acronym for A.W.A.R.E. that I use as my mantra… Always Watch And Remain Engaged.

What if self-defense started before you even left the house? There are plenty of conscious decisions you can make that can lower the chances that you will be attacked.

Common sense can be the best line of self-defense. Being aware of your surroundings is key! That means “keeping your eye on the road” so to speak. Focus on what you are doing. Predators look for easy targets. Women who are not paying attention to what they are doing.

Shah Bobonis Blog: Women and Fighting

pro MMA fighter Shah Bobonis

I don’t even know where to start because the older I get the less I find myself wanting to share my life with women, unless it’s a weekend at a time. It’s been a while since my last relationship and fighting was probably the major force behind my last two break ups.