in their UFC women's bantamweight championship bout during the UFC 193 event at Etihad Stadium on November 15, 2015 in Melbourne, Australia.

Ronda Rousey applies to trademark NSFW phrase

Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has been going through a tough time since losing to Holly Holm in November. She recently came out and admitted she considered suicide after suffering the first loss of her career.

But Rousey is a strong woman, and we know she’ll be back on her feet and will be throwing her name in the hat for her next fight before too long. She’s been training and is one of the most self-motivated fighters out there.

For now, though, Rousey is trying to protect her assets, and that includes clever phrases she’s used, even ones that are not safe for work. Like, for example, when she took aim at her critics by posting this message on Facebook last month.

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Rousey has now applied to trademark “f-ck em all,” according to ESPN’s Darren Rovell.

Who at USPTO will stand in her way? I wouldn’t want to be the examiner assigned to review her case, and would give her the trademark just for fear of being arm-barred.

 

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