On Saturday, Oct. 3, the 28-year-old mixed martial artist took to Instagram to share her latest professional feat. She's had some amazing accomplishments throughout her career, but becoming the first woman to cover Men's Fitness magazine is pretty freakin' awesome.
"Thank you @mensfitnessau for making me the first woman on your cover!! 💪😁🌏#UFCMelbourne," Ronda captioned the photo. It doesn't take a fan of the UFC to know that Ronda is an absolute queen and the perfect representative for the #BuiltByGirls movement. She's a beast on and off the mat, and she's used her star power to expand her career into film, all the while promoting positivity and empowerment for girls and women.
Seriously, you know you're the ish when you have fans asking you to the Marine Corps and Beyonce bowing down to you. Back in September, Queen Bey shouted out Ronda during her Made in America Festival set, referencing the fighter's "Embedded" vlog series speech in which she assures everyone that she's no one's "do-nothin' b**ch."
SLAY, Ronda. Continue showing us how to kick a** and take names in life. At this point, we're not sure if there's anything you can't do.