Ronda Rousey stripped down for a bold photoshoot with Sports Illustrated

From destroying her opponents on the battlefield to starring in blockbuster movies. Not just this but the 'Rowdy' Ronda Rousey has surprised her fans by going all in for a bold photoshoot and has become a “Sports Illustrated” cover girl for a swimsuit edition.

Huge Fan Following

When Rousey went on for her photo shoot in the middle of the Caribbean islands, she was all surrounded by the paparazzi and within a few minutes, her pictures made their way to online mediums and created a stir.

Body As The Canvas

Rousey, who was all excited, also shared how makeup artist Joanne Gair has been helping her all along. She expressed how lucky she felt on being chosen to be a canvas for a hand-painted masterpiece by Joanne Gair. It took 14 hours to paint Rousey's body.

Bold Cover Girl

Rousey is known for her rebellious nature, and she proved it when she went ahead to strip down to absolutely nothing for the Swimsuit Issue. Her body was painted in black and white paint featuring an animal print.

Real Life Inspired Swimsuit

Rousey had the “swimsuit” which was inspired by a real-life one by Camilla and was painted on her body. The entire process took long hours and also required very intimate and close contact with the painters.

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