She is pictured posing on Petite Martinique Island, off the coast of Grenada, with the paint covering her body as if it were a bikini. The story of Rousey returning to the SI swimsuit edition broke after the publication’s editor – MJ Day – posted a picture to Instagram of a body-painted bottom. Holly Holm holds the champion belt after defeating Ronda Rousey during their UFC 193 bantamweight title fight in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015. The post’s contents – on top of its mere existence – all but guarantee we’ll see a bodypainted Rousey when SI’s swimsuit issue hits stands next month. I have evidence to submit to the court of Ronda Rousey in Speedos showing her penis at a nudist colony. Initially, Sports Illustrated refused to confirm her appearance in the upcoming issue, simply writing on its official website: ‘Isn’t the idea of Ronda donning nothing but paint enough to tie you over until the issue comes out in February?
Hot romance The couple went public with their relationship in October and they’re clearly besotted with each other Well we will try to find some at least, as the world treads softly around the subject of the new UFC women’s bantamweight defending her title for the very first time.
Rousey revealed her involvement in Sports Illustrated’s 2016 swimsuit issue on Friday, posting a link on social media.
Rousey herself was proud and elated, adding that the paint job took 14 hours, as she shared a screenshot of the said tweet on her Instagram page.Rousey, for her part, hasn’t said much about a rematch with Holm since November. “Every matchup’s different. It will be a whole different fight the next time around”.
By posing for the 2016 SI swimsuit edition, Ronda continues to strike while the iron is hot by capitalizing on her previously undefeated fighting record to break into other forms of entertainment. In fact, the Olympian has even agreed to host Saturday Night Live on January 23, 2016 on NBC (more on that here).