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September 14, 2015
 

Dolph Lundgren: I Could Take Ronda Rousey

Oh Dolph, you are always an entertaining interview and his recent chat with Maxim is no different.

When asked who would win a fight between Dolph and Ronda Rousey he responded “In a fight to the death, the man will always beat the woman, even if he isn’t trained. Rousey’s a good fighter, but very few women will take a fight to the very end. There’s something about a guy punching a girl in the face full blast that’s a different ball game. Men are built to kill by our Creator; women really aren’t. That’s why the bodies and systems work differently. Sure, there are some women who can become an Army Ranger, but they’re extremely few. Ronda Rousey is a great fighter, but there’s a huge difference.”

He was then asked how about fighting in a ring?

“I was a former heavyweight champion [in Kyokushin karate]. I think you have my answer.”

 

Source: Maxim



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