A Ronda Rousey movie is coming: UFC champion to play herself in My Fight/Your Fight adaptation

 
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Rousey defeated Brazilian Bethe Correia in just 34 seconds on Saturday (Source: Getty)

On top of defending her UFC title in spectacular fashion on Saturday night, Ronda Rousey scored another win this week after Paramount Pictures bought the film rights to her bestselling autobiography My Fight/Your Fight.

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Rousey will star as herself in a biopic being penned by Dawn of the Planet of the Apes and Wolverine scriptwriter Mark Bomback.

The MMA superstar and Olympic bronze medallist has already ventured from the Octagon to the silver screen with appearances in The Expendables 3, Furious 7 and Entourage as well as forthcoming action film with Mark Wahlberg Mile 22.

And he My Fight/Your Fight filmmakers may need to heavily rely on Rousey's extracurricular activities with her last three UFC fights not even lasting a cumulative three minutes such is the nature of her dominance.

Brazilian opponent Bethe Correira was obliterated in just 34 seconds on Saturday, leaving Rousey with barely a bead of sweat on her body and eyeing up another fight before the end of the year.

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