Video: UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey on 'The Opie & Anthony Show'

Ronda Rousey was interviewed on Thursday's (April 25, 2013) edition of "Opie & Anthony" where she discussed her budding career, coaching on The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) and much, much more.

Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey is in New York/New Jersey as a guest fighter for UFC 159: "Jones vs. Sonnen" fight week and has made plenty of media rounds during her time there.

Earlier in the week the 26-year-old was on "The Jeff Probst Show" (watch it here), and on Thursday (April 25, 2013), "Rowdy" stopped by the studio of the extremely popular talk radio show, "The Opie & Anthony Show."

During the twenty-plus minute interview, Rousey discusses a plethora of issues from transition from judo on the Olympic level into mixed martial arts (MMA), wardrobe malfunctions in her fights, potentially fighting a man and much, much more.

And of course, Rousey couldn't do an interview without promoting her coaching role on The Ultimate Fighter 18, which is set to air on FOX Sports 1 in Sept. 2013.

Check out Rousey's complete interview from "The Opie & Anthony Show" above.

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