Watch a trailer for a MMA documentary The Hurt Business, featuring Ronda Rousey and Jon Jones.
RONDA Rousey thinks she has found a resolution to preventing mass shootings in America: chuck people in a enclosure and get them to kick any other up.
In a preview of an arriving documentary, The Hurt Business: A Deeper Look during MMA, the 29-year-old backs a force of Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) and suggests it could stop mass shootings, a New York Post reports.
Rousey says: “I consider that a lot of people that are ignorant about (MMA) consider that it promotes violence, when it unequivocally is a many obliged opening for it.
“It’s a tellurian instinct to fight, and if we try to conceal it wholly and put everybody in a bubble-wrapped society, that’s when people finish adult going nuts and sharpened film theatres.
“If any of those people that had all of that charge built adult in them had some arrange of outlet, we consider that we would have a lot some-more governmental health.”
The American, once dubbed “The World’s Most Dangerous Woman”, afterwards goes on to play down a atrocity of a competition by emphasising a “art” in churned martial arts.
“It’s not assault for a consequence of violence. The word ‘art’ is in it for a reason. When we go in there, yeah, I’m fighting, though unequivocally what I’m perplexing to do is outmanoeuvre a other person. It’s a nonplus to be solved,” she said.
“I’m not going in there and spazzing out, overhanging my hands — lifting weights so we can pitch my hands even harder. It’s some-more mental and tactical than anything else, and we consider it’s a purest, many pleasing competition in a world.”
For some-more see a New York Post.