Tuesday, November 30, 2021

Lady Gaga Joins Donald Trump In Taking Cheap Shot At Ronda Rousey Following UFC 193

Add Lady Gaga to the list of celebrities and athletes who have taken shots at Ronda Rousey following her brutal knockout loss to Holly Holm at this past Saturday’s UFC 193 pay-per-view event.

Unlike Miesha Tate, or even Donald Trump (to an extent), Lady Gaga doesn’t appear to have much of a personal reason to trash-talk the UFC star.

In the case of Tate, she has been Rousey’s biggest career rival, and was actually promised the next shot at Rousey over Holm, but was passed over by UFC brass for whatever reason.

With Donald Trump, his ego — which is massive — took a hit when he made the mistake of talking about Rousey in the media, using her name as a way to get her fans to vote for him in the upcoming United States Presidential election. Trump claimed Rousey was backing him for President, only for Rousey to turn around and claim she would never back Trump, and that she was in fact supporting Bernie Sanders.

Related News: Donald Trump Takes Cheap Shot At Ronda Rousey Following UFC 193 Loss On Saturday

Lady Gaga, however, appears to simply have a problem with Rousey’s unsportsmanlike conduct in the Octagon right before the fight began, as she referenced the fact that Rousey refused to touch gloves with Holm during their pre-fight stare down in the cage.

“That’s what you get for not touching gloves!” wrote Gaga on her official Instagram page, as you can see below.

To be fair, Lady Gaga did also post on Instagram during the co-main event and didn’t have anything negative to say in that one. You can check out that post below as well.

Related News: Video: Miesha Tate: “F*ck Ronda Rousey! You Just Got Beat, B*tch!”

THATS WHAT YOU GET FOR NOT TOUCHING GLOVES!

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Watching the girls kick some ass. #GirlsNight #UFC

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