Ronda Rousey is the UFC's undefeated women's bantamweight champion and an Olympic medalist in judo. Arguably the most dominant athlete in UFC history, Rousey is responsible for the inclusion of women in the Octagon. She has taken Hollywood with her signature force, landing roles in major films and exploding onto the scene with the drive, commitment, and command that has made her a champion. Maria Burns Ortiz is a journalist who has written for numerous publications including ESPN.com, Fox News Latino, and the Associated Press and was named the National Association of Hispanic Journalists' Emerging Journalist of the Year. She is also Ronda Rousey's sister. She lives with her husband and their three amazing kids.
"There have been multiple challenges to buffer Rousey's myriad triumphs, and she boldly bares all in a book that is fascinating to read and tough to put down." -- UFC.com "[Rousey's]experiences and storytelling are engrossing and entertaining." -- Kirkus Reviews "An exceptional autobiography." -- The Miami Herald