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Single ladies, are you worth fighting for? No, I’m not talking physical MMA style like UFC Bantamweight champ Ronda Rousey, but the man who will do whatever it takes to win her heart. So, what does Ronda Rousey have to do with this?
There’s three traits that Rousey embodies when it comes to her UFC career, as a woman you can emulate.
I admit, I’m not a big Ronda Rousey fan, but over the years I’ve seen her work ethic consistently and I have respect for that. Every time she fights, she draws record crowds in the venues (let’s not forget about the pay per view purchases and over crowded sports bars). This blog is in no way how to get a man, but to set your standards high when multiple men approach you to ask for a date, they will fight for you. Let me go in depth about when a man will fight for you.
When a man is truly interested in a woman, he will do whatever it takes to win her heart. If she does give him the time of day, he will realize she doesn’t have time for games and he must come correct or don’t come at all. Some men realize her value and know that other men are interested as well. Hence, he will fight for her (doing the necessary things a man should do if he wants a wife) these things include:
-Living on his own
-Have personal goals
The key to this is the man doing the aforementioned things JUST to get her (once he get her, he starts to lack in those areas). This is what happens as a young man who lacks a father because he’s not used to seeing his father work everyday. Remember, it’s hard to emulate what you aren’t used to seeing.
Let me say this:
A man should have these things in place regardless of trying to fight for the woman he desire.
In some cases men might need a little dose of inspiration when he sees a woman he desires to marry. Once he realize her standards, he takes the initiative to meet her standards. Why? Because he knows there are other men who will fight for her.
Have you found something of value? Did you share it? I don’t think so. You kept it to yourself. The same thing applies to a man when he meets the woman of his dreams.
At first, UFC president Dana White was against woman fighting in the UFC. Once he saw the turnout in Rousey first fight against Liz Carmouche in Feburary 2013 on the UFC platform, he got a dose of inspiration to keep women in the UFC.
No man wants a golden opportunity to slip out their hands (not marrying a woman of substance when he had the chance) Although it happens from time to time, God is gracious to give man another opportunity to find the woman of his dreams.
A man won’t fight for a common woman, she’s always available and possesses what other women possess, but he will fight for the uncommon woman.
Here’s three traits of Ronda Rousey UFC career that will make you a woman worth fighting for:
-Places The Bar High
The expectations Rousey set for herself at times seem unrealistic, but she keeps winning every fight in a confident fashion.
Are you placing the bar high in your personal life? What are your personal goals? Let’s set relationship goals aside for a moment. If you place the bar high in your personal life (spiritually, mentally, physically, and financially) you can’t help but meet someone on your level because you set the bar high in your own life that dating under the bar is unacceptable.
-Ronda Rousey is Focused
When Ronda Rousey comes out the tunnel, do you see her focus? Thousands of people get excited as she enters the octagon, yet she doesn’t get caught up in the hype, flashing lights, and attention. Her focus is her opponent and keeping the title.
How focused are you when guys are trying to give you their number and speaking corner pick up lines? How focused are you night after night when you come home to an empty apartment with no man to hold you at night? Can you stay focused on God and your personal goals?
-Ronda Rousey has Confidence
Rarely do you hear Ronda Rousey talk a lot before fights and press conferences. She does her talking with her hands and feet in the octagon (oh! How can we forget her famous arm submission?) I believe she doesn’t talk a good game because of her confidence. When someone has confidence, they don’t have to announce it, people recognize it.
We all struggle with insecurities, but do people recognize your confidence? Do you wait for people to confirm you before you realize you have it? Do you have confidence in yourself apart from a man?
In no way am I making Ronda Rousey as the epitome of a woman, but you can’t take away her three traits (besides her looks) that make millions of viewers watch her as she do what she loves.
I believe if you focus on what God wants you to do first (knowing His will for your life) He will bring you the right one if you desire to marry.
But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. -Matthew 6:33
When you become rare, men will take notice. You will become a woman worth fighting for.
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