Ronda Rousey collection released by Mizuno

Ronda Rousey collection released by Mizuno

Former UFC women’s bantamweight champion and former WWE champion, Ronda Rousey, has announced a new line of apparel with Japanese based manufacturer, Mizuno.

“The wait is over and my new @mizunonorthamerica collection is finally here and available to buy!” Rouse wrote on Instagram. “Check the link in my bio for the baddest apparel on the planet that me and @mizunonorthamerica spent over a year designing – clothes that will last a lifetime and feel so good they motivate you to train in them. In the immortal of my mother – Someone has to be the best, why not you?”

 

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Rousey, adds to an already strong roster of influential female athletes including, April Ross and Jennie Finch, representing Mizuno with powerful, inspiring messages of courage, determination, and grit. “Rowdy” has helped shape a path for female athletes by putting action to words, making this announcement – on National Girls & Women in Sports Day – even more meaningful.

“Ronda is one of the biggest female athletes of all-time – constantly pushing the envelope and motivating young athletes to strive beyond what they thought was possible. Ronda bestows a work ethic, passion, and charisma for sport that is so perfectly in tune with the mission and values of Mizuno at our core,” said Tomohiro Ota, Chief Marketing Officer at Mizuno USA.

A long-time fan of Mizuno dating back to her youth, Rousey began wearing Mizuno gear during her years of competitive judo training. Today, Rousey fans can see the recognizable Mizuno RunBird on her gear inside and outside the wrestling ring.

”Mizuno is a brand that I have loved since I was 11-years old. Over the years, I’ve tried other brands and continually am drawn back by the quality, attention to detail and focus on performance delivered in Mizuno gear. It is beyond any of the other sports brands out there,” comments Rousey.

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