Ronda Rousey is continuing her extended break from UFC by hosting this week’s episode of Saturday Night Live. It’s the latest in a long line of things that Rousey has done to keep herself occupied while she’s taking some time away from the octagon, as she’s working on a remake of Road House, is teaming up with Tina Fey for a movie based on one of her most well-known catchphrases, reportedly filmed a Bud Light Platinum Super Bowl commercial with Amy Schumer and Seth Rogen, and may or may not have worn body paint for a photo shoot for the upcoming Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition.
In short, Rousey has had a ton on her plate ever since she lost the UFC Women’s Bantamweight Championship to Holly Holm last November at UFC 193. Still, even though she hasn’t fought in a while, Rousey is one of the toughest people on the planet, something that was conveyed through this week’s SNL promos. Whether Rousey was ragging on Beck Bennett for having no game, looking out on New York City and mentioning that she could beat up anyone within a several mile radius in 20 seconds, or throwing Bennett to the ground while he had her in a side headlock, Rousey didn’t let anyone forget that she’s one of the baddest people on earth.