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Some people like to call me cocky or arrogant, but I just think 'how dare you assume I should think less of myself'
One of my mom's best lines is... You're not training to be the best in the world, you're training to be the best in the world on your worst day.
Judo taught me that I am capable of anything... I can mentally push past anything and be victorious.
You have to have fear in order to have courage.
Life is a fight from the minute you take your first breath to the moment you exhale your last.
I'm scared of failure all the time. But not scared enough to stop trying.
Don't doubt, don't stop... The only 2 things that can stop you is to stop working and start doubting.
You have to fight because you can't count on anyone else fighting for you. And you have to fight for people who can't fight for themselves. To get anything of real value, you have to fight for it.
One thing that I learned from judo... Maximum efficiency and minimum effort.
I train to be the best in the world on my worst day
It's your purpose to leave the world better than how you found it.
If you work hard the fight's easy. If you don't work hard then the fight's hard.
I feel like when I fight it's an art, and Art isn't supposed to be 'nice', it isn't supposed to be liked. It's supposed to make you feel something.
No one has the right to beat you.
That's why I love fighting, because I get to have a big battle every couple months to make up for the little battles I have to forfeit every day
A loss leads to victory, being fired leads to a dream job..I find comfort in believing that good things can grow out of tragedy.
There have always been people who have written me off. They're not going away. I use that to motivate me. I'm driven to show them just how wrong they are.
Sports are a metaphor for life.
A belt does nothing but hold your gi together. A belt has assigned significance, a belt is someone else saying you're good, you don't need other people saying that you're good in order to be good.
If you're fighting with emotion instead of structure... it's always going to be a mistake.
Easy lives make boring people and things have definitely not been easy.
The Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue really sets the social standard for what people expect the perfect woman's body to look like, and a lot of those bodies usually look the same.
That I happened to fall into a career that no other girls wanted isn't surprising to me. I wanted something that didn't exist, so I had to create it.
I'm the most dangerous unarmed women in the world, I've prepared my entire life to be that way.
No one is easy until you actually beat them.
I thought that I was mutant somehow. I eventually realized that I have a very natural look, and that's what God gave me, and I'm proud of it. It was kind of a way for me to get past that as well.
I'm living such a lucky and blessed life and I'm trying my best to deserve it.
I am vulnerable; that's why I fight.
To be a fighter, you have to be passionate. I have so much passion, it's hard to hold it all in. That passion escapes as tears from my eyes, sweat from my pores, blood from my veins.
I've coached doing judo, but I've never coached MMA. I'll have my own coach with me to help me along the way and I can't really fail with him by my side, but I'm a little nervous.
I never aspired to be 2nd. I was taught... you can do whatever you want in this world, so why not be the best in the world?
I don't want little girls to have the same ambitions as me. But I want them to know that it's okay to be ambitious.
Being an athlete, you try to get protein.
The whole 'bad girl' thing allows me to mess up sometimes. And I have freedom to say more of what I want to.
The thing that gets me up in the morning is that I’m really not ready to see someone that I know I can beat holding my belt.
After I did the swimsuit issuе, I knew that I wanted to do it again.
My father would say, 'Ronnie, you're going to be someone special. Whatever it is that you want to do, you're going to be the best in the world at it.'
Complimenting yourself is the funnest form of manifestation.
I kind of like to think of myself as the bad girl Olympian that would get kicked out of the Miss America pageant.
Fear of failure is always a driver but the thirst for more is a good one too... So I think you need a little bit of both.
My one fear is failure and that's one fear I have to face all the time. Yes, it's uncomfortable to be scared but I'm finally comfortable being uncomfortable.
Strong and healthy is the new sexy.
There was a long time I had no job security, no options and no education.
Even before I was a fighter, I was a daddy's girl.
I'm a courageous person because I'm a scared person.
My first injury ever was a broken toe, and my mother made me run laps around the mat for the rest of the night. She said she wanted me to know that even if I was hurt, I was still fine.
I'm going to beat Alexis Davis then take a nap
As an athlete you're taught to be selfish. When I'm training, it's usually all about me.
At home, I watch fights and documentaries - that's it. If it's not about the birth and death of stars, 'Frozen Planet,' or someone getting punched in the face, I'm probably not watching it.
Look at my face. Does it look like I can take a good hit?