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MMA champion Ronda Rousey
's ESPN cover is one of six the magazine published for this year's edition of The Body Issue
. In 2004, Rousey qualified for the 2004 Olympics at just 17, making her the youngest Judo competitor ever, and in 2008, she took home the bronze medal—the first American woman to do so ever since the sport's Olympic inception in 1992.
As an MMA fighter, Rousey's no stranger to danger. "I'm trying to be the most dangerous unarmed woman in the world. I want to be remembered as somebody who had zero respect for the limits placed in front of her," she told ESPN The Magazine.
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