9. Ronda Rousey
Rousey beat up her boyfriend because he was “kidnapping” her.
Ronda Rousey wrote in her autobiography My Fight, Your Fight, “I punched him in the face with a straight right, then a left hook. He staggered back and fell against the door…I slapped him with my right hand. He still wouldn’t move. Then I grabbed him by the neck of his hoodie, kneed him in the face and tossed him aside on the kitchen floor.”
She later defended her actions on UFC 193, “legally, if somebody blocks your exit, it’s considered kidnapping,” Rousey said. “I was in that situation before when I got in a fight at a movie theater and my exit was blocked, and people wouldn’t let me out. Legally, you cannot do that. It’s considered a self-defense scenario.”
Kim Pentico of the National Network to End Domestic Violence noted the double standard about women being abusive to their boyfriends. “I own that there’s a double standard here,” Pentico said. “Until the tables turn in our society, it is going to be that way.”
One in four men are victims of physical violence. But this next guy beat four different women to even it out…