Video: Ronda Rousey blasts fan for asking inappropriate sexually-charged question

The nerve of some people.

Well we just figured out one way to draw UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey's ire.

Do not, and I repeat do not, ask her about how much sex she has before she fights in front of a large crowd of people.

That is, unless you're Conan O'Brien or Jim Rome.

Rousey was in the midst of signing some autographs following the special UFC 'World Tour' Press Conference in New York when she was prompted the question by a fan. Her immediate response was, "Who said that?!?"

Once she found the perpetrator, who actually had the guts to respond, she added:

"It's not an appropriate question to ask. If your mother was standing behind you and heard you ask that question, what would she say to you?"

Needless to say, this drew a few "ooos" from the rest of the fans still waiting their turn to meet the UFC superstars.

Rousey is no stranger to the sexual side of the sport. She posed tastefully nude for ESPN's The Body Issue last year and recently was photographed topless for an upcoming issue of Maxim magazine. She is currently slated to face rival Miesha Tate in the co-main event of UFC 168 later this year (Dec. 28, 2013) in Las Vegas.

Did she handle the situation properly?

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