Ronda Rousey must really love Pokemon Go - works out in Pikachu costume

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Ronda Rousey has been away from the fight scene for so long at this point, with it being nearly nine months since her defeat to Holly Holm at UFC 193.

Rousey was beaten up badly by Holm, losing the UFC Women's bantamweight title as well as a few teeth along the way, and hasn't really been seen since. 

So, what has Rousey been up to since she suffered her first career date? Apparently, working out in a Pikachu costume.


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Last night, Sports Center posted a video of Rousey working out in a gym in a full body Pikachu costume.

It does not look comfy in there.

The video begins with Rousey putting on the Pikachu costume in dramatic fashion. What follows is a training montage that includes punching a kicking a heavybag, working on some gymnastic rings, using a rowing machine and slapping around a dummy body.

We know that Rousey is a huge Pokemon fan as she admitted in the past when she revealed that she was actually a moderator on a Pokemon forum as a child, before she became a professional ass-kicker.

'Rowdy' must be loving Pokemon Go right now, which has taken over social media completely. Even in the UK, where the game hasn't officially been released, thousands of people are still finding ways to download it and get their fix. After all, you've always gotta catch em all.

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Dana White
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