There are websites, magazines, books and more dedicated to one sex — an all-inclusive place for men or women to seek information dedicated solely to them. But making history and taking names is badass babe Ronda Rousey. The UFC Women's Bantamweight Champion is now the first woman to grab a cover of Australian Men's Fitness magazine. Pitched as a 'Hardcore Fight Special' edition of the publication, the cover shows a beautiful yet bold depiction of the mixed martial artist and judoka champion with her hair in loose waves, her face slightly made up, a tight tank and boxing gloves. Staring intensely down the camera lens, the heading reads, "Think You're Tough? How Ronda Rousey will make you tougher." But the responses were undoubtedly mixed. Is this inspiring? Is this a knock to men?
"What an amazing role model & athlete! Here's to all the young girls looking up to this one and smashing through the male-esq boundaries," one person wrote.
"Questionable appearance for a mens fitness magazine," said another.But this is not the first time the 28-year-old has provided a "wow" factor in a magazine. In fact, she previously posed nude for the cover of ESPN's The Magazine 2012 Body Issue and was also featured on the cover of Maxim magazine. And while some may say they're unsure if this is a good move for the magazine, the US version has already seen women gracing the cover of Men's Fitness, including professional wrestlers Stacy Keibler and Maria Menounos. What do you think of Rousey taking the cover for the newest issues of the publication? Source: Daily Mail Do you follow us on Instagram? [caption id="attachment_112011" align="alignnone" width="100"] @BodyRockTV[/caption]