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Ronda Rousey files for another trademark: 'F**k Them All'

Former UFC women's bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey has filed for yet another trademark in anticipation of her return to the Octagon.

Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Earlier today it was revealed that Ronda Rousey has officially filed to trademark the acronym "FTA", which as you might have guessed, stands for "F**k! Them All".

The phrase appears to be what Rousey has used as motivation to get past a lot of the criticism she faced after her defeat at the hands of eventual women's bantamweight champion Holly Holm at UFC 193 this past November in Australia.

ESPN's Darren Rovell confirmed the news via Twitter:

Rousey had originally filed a trademark for another phrase she made somewhat popular in "DNB", which stood for "do nothing bitch". That term brought a series of discussions to the MMA community, even among other fighters. No announcements have been made regarding what she plans to do with these trademarks at this time.

Given recent circumstances in Rousey's life and career after her the massive upset loss, it stands to reason that any dominant athlete in their sport has something to use as motivation to bounce back. While Rousey does not have a fight lined up yet, we're certainly going to hear more from her between now and her next bout announcement.

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