During her Q&A session with Joanna Jedrzejczyk after the massive UFC “Go Big” launch event on Friday, Ronda Rousey dropped a bombshell as it pertains to her current legal situation, albeit a bombshell that the blonde bombshell admitted she can easily afford.
When asked a question from a fan about her book, “My Fight / Your Fight,” Rousey’s autobiography that will soon be turned into a major Paramount Pictures film project, Rousey revealed that she is being sued by her ex-manager Darin Harvey.
According to reports, Harvey is seeking at least $170,000, possibly more, from the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Champion.
“That’s alright, I can afford it,” quipped the UFC mega-star.
Ronda Rousey returns to the Octagon to defend her UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship against undefeated contender Holly Holm at UFC 193, which will be held inside the 60,000+ seat Etihad Stadium in Melbourne, Australia.
Coincidentally enough, the co-headline attraction that evening will feature Rousey’s “UFC: Go Big” Q&A co-host, Joanna Jedrzejczyk, who will be defending her UFC Women’s Strawweight Championship against Valerie Letourneau in a show headlined by two women’s title matches in what will likely become the biggest live attendance record in UFC history.