Ronda Rousey ESPN: Sexy Cover Of UFC Champion Hot But Can't Compare To MMA Fighter's Naked Issue [PHOTOS & REPORT]

By Staff Reporter May 1, 2013 12:59 PM EDT
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Ronda Rousey will be appearing on ESPN's magazine cover for their 15th anniversary issue but this time the UFC bantamweight vixen will be fully clothed.

This will be the fighting champions second time being featured on the cover of ESPN. Rousey was first selected as the cover model for the 2012 Body Issue where the athlete sported nothing besides pink hand wrap. Rousey showed off her toned body throughout the spread of the magazine making her not just known for her undefeated title but also for her heart warming personality and flawless figure.

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But don't let Rousey's cascading blonde hair and stunning looks fool you though. This sexy athlete can knock you out which is why the ESPN magazine decided to have Rousey appear on their cover for a second time.

The iconic magazine will be celebrating their 15th anniversary special edition and in honor of the mileston ESPN had decided to load their cover with four carefully selected athletes. The other ESPN cover models that will be joining Rousey include Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III, baseball player Bryce Harper of the Washington Nationals, and Los Angeles Clipper Blake Griffin.

Lucky fellas, right?

Rousey is all smiles on the ESPN cover as she jumps throughout a pile of balloons labeled '15'. Her blonde, tousled hair floats about matching the airy personality of the mixed martial artist.

It was reported that being featured as a cover athlete for the ESPN magazine again will help increase awareness of MMA sport.

"Cool! Ronda on the cover! It's so great that ESPN is giving women's MMA some love and we have Ronda to thank for it!" one fan wrote on Rousey's Facebook.

Rousey made her MMA debut as an amateur in August of 2010. Since then the 5"6', 135 pound fighter has earned several titles one of them being first American woman to earn an Olympic medal. Rousey competed in Judo at the Summer Olympics in Beijing in 2008 and dominated the competition.

In addition to butt kicking Rousey is also known for her trash talking. But the ESPN cover model says that her harsh language and downplaying of her opponents is a way to generate more publicity for the sport. Could Rousey's bark be worse than her bite? We doubt it.

Make sure you pick up ESPN's 15 anniversary issue with Rousey's second cover debut when the magazine hits stands on May 3.

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