I don't know how many people are into the whole UFC sport, but I know I have expressed more than once that I am a fan of the Ultimate Fighting Championship fighting sport. The face you see in this lesson is a female fighter and she is making so much of a name for herself that I just had to go and do a lesson on how to draw Ronda Rousey, step by step. This is one tough chic and when I watched a short documentry on her I was like "what?". First off, Ronda grew up with a mother who was a skilled Judo fighter and was actually the first U.S. citizen to win a World Judo Championship. This was back in 1984 so obviously if your mom is trained in Martial Arts, more than likely you will take up the sport or art as well. Ronda started training in Judo with her mom when she was just eleven years old and by the time she was seventeen she had already qualified to attend the 2004 Olympic Games that was held in Athens, Greece. Not only did she attend the Olympic Games in 2004, she also won a gold medal in Budapest, Hungary at the World Junior Judo Championships. She did however retire from Judo at the age of 21, but she did start her MMA career at 22. Having been the only female EVER to sign up for the UFC, in 2012, the Ultimate Fighting Championship made it public that Ronda Rousey was in fact the first and only female fighter to have ever signed up with the UFC. Now, that has to tell you something about her skill, power and abilities. She is set to fight Bethe Correia on August 1st. If you are waiting to see how the fight will go down, make sure to catch your PPV premier for up close and personal seats right from your home. For now, have fun drawing Ronda Rousey and be sure to let folks know of the event that is taking place August 1st.