Ronda Rousey Speaks About Feud Between Chris Brown And Soulja Boy
The last words you might have heard from Ronda Rousey after her loss might have been:
“I need to take some time to reflect and think about the future. Thank you for believing in me and understanding.”
Everybody has heard about the two celebrities fighting later in March, Soulja Boy and Chris Brown.
When asked about this issue, Ronda Rousey shared that the reason for them fighting is completely childish and stupid but if she were to place her bets, it would be on Chris Brown.
As the media says all over the plays, Floyd Mayweather has agreed to help Soulja Boy while Mike Tyson has agreed to teach Chris Brown “all the dirty tricks in the book.”
The public feud between Brown and Soulja Boy began when Soulja liked a photo of Chris Brown’s ex-girlfriend, Karrueche Tran, on Instagram. However, Soulja has more recently said that the beef actually started after Brown assaulted his then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009.
Despite Soulja’s attempt to smooth things over on social media, the pair announced they would take their beef into the ring in a three-round bout in March.
Could Rousey be siding with Brown due to her little feud with Mayweather back from her fight with Holly Holms? Though Mayweather tried to defend Rousey after the fight, she can never forget the things that said to each other before the fight.
The fight’s organizer 50 Cent revealed the pairing in an Instagram video, later reposted by Brown, where he talks to the boxer on the phone.
“Listen Mike, they say Floyd Mayweather’s going to be training Soulja Boy so I said I’ve gotta get Mike Tyson to train Chris Brown,” he says.
Tyson responds: “Yeah, Soulja Boy’s gonna get fucked up.”
In a video 50 Cent said: “I kind of feel like Floyd wants to train him so he can beat me. I just got off the phone with Iron Mike Tyson and Iron Mike is going to train Chris Brown. Now this is going to be a show! When I put on a show I put on a show!”
None of the parties involved in the fight has an unblemished record outside the ring. Tyson, Brown and Mayweather have all been convicted of violence against women, with Tyson sentenced to six years in jail for rape in 1992, Brown ordered to perform 1,400 hours of community service after his assault of Rihanna, and Mayweather convicted for multiple incidents of battery domestic violence.
Soulja Boy, for his part, was arrested in December for violating probation after a gun was found in his home
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