Ronda Rousey Won't Talk to Media

Ronda Rousey Won’t Talk to Media, so She’s Using Her Instagram as a Hype Machine Instead

Ronda Rousey, leading up to her return to the octagon, hasn’t said a peep to the media. But a quick look at her Instagram account — as well as her activities today — show that she’s not exactly hiding. In fact, she’s just posting a series of gorgeous photos — while at the same time adding into the silence from her camp heading into the fight.

#FearTheReturn #dec30 #rouseyvsnunes #ufc207 pic by @ewillphoto

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#FearTheReturn #FridayDec30 #rouseyvsnunes #ufc207 Pic by @ewillphoto

A photo posted by rondarousey (@rondarousey) on

#FearTheReturn #FridayDec30 #RouseyVsNunes #UFC207 Pic by @ewillphoto

A photo posted by rondarousey (@rondarousey) on

#FearTheReturn #FridayDec30 #rouseyvsnunes #ufc207 Pic by @ewillphoto

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It culminated with this video:

#FearTheReturn #FridayDec30 #rouseyvsnunes #ufc207

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