Is Kylie Jenner trying to make it official??
There's no way she wasn't sending him... and the world... a message!
Ronda Rousey always keeps it real.
Earlier in the day she shared a snap of her sitting on Jimmy Fallon's couch as an effort to thank her glam squad for her styling for the interview.
Hours later she realized the image had been altered to make her arms look smaller — and Miz Rousey was not having it!
The 29-year-old took to her page again with a side-by-side of the original and edited images to address the situation:
The UFC champion feels for her opponent.
The 34-year-old admitted after hearing her opponent's remarks, she wasn't sure how she should respond, explaining:
Talk about a step in the right direction!
Apparently, Nike doesn't want to associate themselves with such a homophobic athlete, even if he is at the top of his field! YAY!!!
But if you're not going to take our word for it, Manny's Gym Training line has already been removed from the website entirely — though for now he is still on their Instagram page…
Do U think Nike is serious about coming out as pro-LGBT??
[Imag Manny Pacquiao/Instagram.]
Ronda Rousey has remained pretty silent about her shocking UFC defeat to Holly Holm back in November, only making it clear that she wants to challenge the fighter once again to win her title back.
In the sit down, Rousey said how she really didn't remember most of the fight, because the first blow to the head messed her up way worse than she let on.
After Holm's match-ending kick left the fighter unconscious and hospitalized, the former bantamweight Champion said she reached an all-time low.
Breaking down, the 29-year-old admitted to thinking that she felt like she was "nothing" after her crushing loss, and had suicidal thoughts — but it was her boyfriend Travis Browne who gave her the strength she needed to get back up. She said:
This… isn't much of an apology, Manny.
And while he clearly upset a lot of his LGBT supporters, it doesn't look like he's too bothered by the hate.
The 37-year-old issued a public apology for his comment early Tuesday morning, but he actually does more harm than good, saying:
Hold off on that Hollywood career for a second!
The MMA superstar has been keeping a pretty low profile since that loss to Holm, even despite others around her teasing about a possible rematch to get Rousey back on top.
But Rousey was photographed on Thursday
Former UFC Heavyweight Champion Kevin Randleman died on Thursday at 44.
According to reports, the MMA fighter was hospitalized with pneumonia and later passed away from heart failure.
Born in Ohio, Randleman was an early fixture of ultimate fighting and mixed martial arts, debuting in the UFC in 1999 — and three fights into his career was the heavyweight champion in the world!
Nicknamed "The Monster", the athlete later spent four years in Japan, where he became a fixture in PRIDE Fighting Championships.
After fading from the spotlight in the mid-2000s, he got involved with the Tapout Training Program.
Randleman attended the 8th annual Fighters Only World Mixed Martial Arts Awards in Las Vegas — where he had been living — on February 5, and reportedly looked like he was in good health.
The athlete is survived by his wife and three children. Our hearts go out to his friends and family during this devastating time.
[Image via Judy Eddy/WENN.]