Unrest: Brendan Schaub Attacked Ronda Rousey About Breaking Up A Decade Ago What He Said Was Demeaning

“Why bring it up 14 years later?”

Brendan Schaub has responded to former UFC women’s bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey.

‘Rowdy’ has been busy on a press tour for her recently released memoir, as some admirers have probably noticed. It is a follow-up to Ronda Rousey’s debut book, which was published in 2015. It is titled “Our Fight.” This follow-up memoir delves into her transition to the professional wrestling world and the latter half of her mixed martial arts career.

Excerpts from the book regarding her ex-boyfriend, Brendan Schaub, caused a stir earlier this week. “Big Brown” broke up with Ronda Rousey in 2014 after dating her for a year. The former champion attacked Schaub for engaging in “mind games” in their relationship in her most recent memoir. She also talked about how happy it made her to see the podcaster lose to Travis Browne in their 2014 fight.

Ronda Rousey and Brendan Schaub

In a recent episode of his podcast, “The Fighter and the Kid,” Brendan Schaub addressed Ronda Rousey. The former heavyweight contender in the UFC asked her there why, precisely, she was bringing up their breakup ten years later. Moreover, Schaub appeared to think that her camp was somehow involved in the actual problems at hand.

Former heavyweight champion Brendan Schaub addresses Ronda Rousey’s remarks

Beyond that, though, Brendan Schaub remains amicable with his ex-girlfriend. “Big Brown” said on the show that he was glad Ronda Rousey had found a partner because he had also found one. They just weren’t a good fit, even if he still likes her as a friend.

So why bring it up now, fourteen years later? She had children, so clearly things worked out for her, and, you know, life goes on. Brendan Schaub declared this in response to Ronda Rousey. “We weren’t compatible. Thus, when she refers to “mind games,” it isn’t what she means. To be honest, it was her camp that brought up the mind games. That was the problem she was having, and she can deal with that on a different level. That is not related to me in any way.

“I don’t know the coach; I didn’t train at her camp, and I have nothing to do with that,” he went on. I suppose she meant that [we] weren’t a good fit when she said, “mind games.” Indeed, you were present at that time and were aware of this. “Dude, I don’t know what to do,” I would say. I adore the girl as a friend, but we just aren’t meant to be together; she’s not my type. I’ve discovered the one.

What are your thoughts on Brendan Schaub’s remarks? Would you be interested in reading Ronda Rousey’s most recent book?

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