She may have lost per position as women’s bantamweight champ in her bout with Holly Holm last year, but that didn’t stop Ronda Rousey from being named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People of 2016. She even had Tina Fey pen her homage for the list.
Besides, a loss to Holly Holm doesn’t erase her amazing track record of near countless under-60-second knockouts.
There’s no question she played a major role in the rise of popular interest in female fighters in the UFC in 2015. She has practically become the face of mixed martial arts in the last couple of years, and won’t be giving up any time soon.
Rumors attach her to a future screen adaptation of her autobiography My Fight/Your Fight.
FACT: Ronda Rousey loves World of Warcraft, preferring to play as a Night Elf hunter. She used to moderate a Pokemon message board and was obsessed with Dragon Ball Z.