Ronda Rousey criticizes Conor McGregor: ‘Don’t have to get arrested’ to promote fights

Ronda Rousey criticized Conor McGregor in a recent interview with TMZ Sports, saying the controversial UFC fighter – whom she later referred to as a “friend” – crossed the line to promote his showdown with Khabib Nurmagomedov.

Rousey, a former UFC champion and current WWE wrestler, was asked about the possibility of a rematch. Instead, she wanted to talk about McGregor’s vicious attack on a bus carrying UFC fighters in April, a despicable act of violence for which he was arrested.

Rousey’s comments on McGregor

“I understand promoting fights, and having to sell them, I really do,” Rousey told TMZ. “I get it. But I don’t think people have to get arrested in order to do that. I think I’ve been able to prove that you can make a fight exciting and make people really want to see it without crossing any legal lines.

“I’m just glad both guys are healthy,” she continued. “I’m glad it was a great match. I’m sorry it’s been soured by the aftermath. Their performances aren’t going to get enough credit because of what happened. I just really hope it doesn’t become

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