Ronda Rousey Used To Street-Fight Guys For Frappuccinos

We know it's still a bit early, but can we please put in a request for a Ronda Rousey bio-pic? The gal's got some serious stories to tell.

Take this coming-of-age anecdote from a recent interview with Sports Illustrated. Turns out a teenage Rousey was so devoted to Starbucks Frappuccinos, she'd arrange street-fights to earn coffee money. In other words, she's not just badass. She's also entrepreneurial.

"I was around 14-years-old," the UFC fighter shared. "And I thought I was hot shit, badass, right? And I felt like this secret, blonde, Beverly Hills Ninja. And I loved Frappuccinos. Me and my friend Jackie, after school, we would walk over to the Promenade, and Jackie was like my Paul Heyman. She would be like, 'I bet my girl right here could beat you up for $10, or $5, or whatever.' And then some guy would be like, 'Ehh, whatever. I'll take that bet.' It would just start, and whatever the guy was, I would throw him to the ground, either give him a choke or an arm bar. We would get him to say he gave up, then take his money and go buy Frappuccinos. Those were my first pro fights. Will fight for Frappuccinos."

And you thought you had a coffee addiction. We just hope the Starbucks baristas spelled her name right. (Fansided)

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